Reg­u­la­tions

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Who can present a project?

  • European young talents who want to develop and test their new animation project or property for the international market and/or to be distributed on several screens.
  • Young talents who are currently student or have graduated from animation/audiovisual schools for a maximum of 5 years (graduation date in Summer 2019 or after).
  • Flu­en­cy in Eng­lish is required to com­mu­ni­cate with oth­er par­tic­i­pants and the pitch must be in Eng­lish, as there will be no trans­la­tion on site.

European

  • The talent must come from or have studied in one if the countries of Cre­ative Europe — MEDIA: the 27 EU coun­tries + Alba­nia, Bosnia and Herze­gov­ina, Georgia, Ice­land, Liecht­en­stein, Mon­tene­gro, North Mace­do­nia, Nor­way, Repub­lic of Ser­bia, Tunisia or Ukraine.
    ​“List of non-EU Par­tic­i­pat­ing Coun­tries in the Cre­ative Europe Pro­gramme” (pdf)
  • Attention: since the Brexit, the UK is not part of the eligible countries. Projects submitted by UK-based production companies as main producers are not eligible.

Which project can be submitted?

  • a TV Special (minimum 26 minutes)
  • a TV or Web series
  • a feature film (minimum 60 minutes)
  • an animated project dedicated to multi-platforms
  • short films are NOT accepted

Compliance

Every information fulfilled in the form must be correct and comply with the rules explained above and the law (copyrights, etc). We reserve the right to ban from our events anyone who does not respect these rules.