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Robert Bosch Stiftung Co-Production Prize: Animation

Stuttgart Animation Co-Production Forum 10.-11.05.2012

Call for Proposals for animated short film projects


Robert Bosch Stiftung Co-Production Prize

Robert Bosch Stiftung is one of the largest german foundations enabling people to implement projects and initiative in Germany and elsewhere. The Robert Bosch Stiftung issues three Co-Production Prizes for joint film productions by young filmmakers from Germany and the Caucasus region (Armenia, Azeirbaijan, Georgia). The prize, worth up to 70,000€ for each selected project, is awarded for short films in the categories animation, documentary, and live action.

Animation Co-Production Forum
The Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film and the Georgian National Film Center are organizing an Animation Co-Production Forum to connect young directors, animators and producers from Germany and the Caucasus region. The Aim of the Animation Co-Production Forum is to identify interesting projects and to connect optional co-production partners with regard to an application for the Co-Production Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung. The forum is directed at both animation filmmakers who are looking for a producer or coproducer and producers who are interested in producing or coproducing an animated film project. Several meetings, workshops, trainings, and pitching sessions will be held.

The Animation Co-Production Forum takes place from May 10-11 in the context of the 19th Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film (ITFS). With over 2,000 international professionals and about to 75,000 spectators the ITFS, the FMX and the Animation Production Day form one of the world’s largest animation events and a unique platform for animation business and culture.

The selected directors, animators, and producers will be invited for three nights to take part in the Animation Coproduction Forum in Stuttgart. Travel and accommodation costs are covered by the Animation Co-Production Forum.

More about the regulations and conditions of participation (pdf).


Georgian National Film Center
Contact person:
Ketie Danelia (
Tel: +995-32-999 200
#4 Z.Gamsakhurdia Sanapiro, 0105 Tbilisi, Georgia

Film- und Medienfestival gGmbh

Contact person:
Sven Godenrath (
Tel: +49-711-925 46-103
Stephanstr. 33, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany


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