Arab Animation Forum 2016
Following the great success of the Event in the last years the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film and the Robert Bosch Stiftung are glad to present the Arab Animation Forum 2016 from April 28th through May 1st.
The Arab Animation Forum connects young animation directors and artists from the Arab World (member states of the “League of Arab States”) with upcoming producers from Germany in order to support joint animated film projects. The aim of the Arab Animation Forum is to identify interesting projects and to connect potential co-production partners directed towards a possible application for the Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung for International Cooperation.
Eligible to attend the Arab Animation Forum are animation filmmakers from the Arab World looking for a producer or coproducer as well as German producers interested in producing or coproducing an animated film project.
The selected filmmakers get the opportunity to present their animation film projects to a professional jury during a pitching session and receive an evaluation of their projects.
The selected producers get to talk to the Arab directors on their projects in several personal meetings and so develop a comprehensive picture of the co-production possibilities.
Thereby the Arab Animation Forum offers a unique chance to create new co-productions. Additionally there will be several meetings, workshops, consultings and matching sessions on the agenda.
The winning project of the Arab Animation Forum is automatically nominated for the Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung for International Cooperation. (For the nomination a German producer is required. Winning a German producer for the project is still possible after the Arab Animation Forum.)
Find the detailed call for proposals and the application form for Arab fimmakers here.
Find the detailed call for proposals and the application form for German producers here.
Find more information on the Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung for International Cooperation on www.filmprize.de