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SPARK ANIMATION 2018 Submissions Open

Mark your calendars: SPARK ANIMATION 2018 is coming October 25 to 28, 2018!

This year, we are celebrating our 10th anniversary and we want you to be a part of it! Whether you're an independent filmmaker, a big studio, or a student; whether you’re making commercials, PSAs, music videos, experimental shorts or any other type of animated project, we want to see what you’ve got!

Regular submission deadline is September 1, 2018 while the extended deadline is September 10, 2018.

For additional submission guidelines, information and to submit your project, visit our FilmFreeway festival page.

With hundreds of submissions spanning the world, SPARK ANIMATION is proud of the diversity of projects it receives and programs. The programming team makes every effort to ensure a blend of traditional and CG animation but we need your help! Help us spread SPARK ANIMATION further by sharing the submission page with friends, colleagues and on social media! Don't forget to hashtag your posts #SPARK2018!

Community News

The Vancouver Career Fair Is Back!

Designed to connect top creative talent with Vancouver's innovative studios, the annual Vancouver Career Fair for VFX, Animation and Video Games is taking place Saturday, April 14 at the Vancouver Convention Centre (East Building).

The free event is produced by the Vancouver Economic Commission with contributing partners Visual Effects Society, Spark CG Society, and Vancouver ACM SIGGRAPH.

Larger than ever, this year's event will bring together 35 exhibitors including a wider range of participants in the Education Expo so whether you're looking for a job or for information on educational programs, this event is not to be missed!

For additional information and to register for a spot, visit the event website.

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NFB Launches Indigenous Cinema Platform

Today, the NFB launched the Indigenous Cinema, an NFB Web page offering free streaming of more than 200 new and classic titles from its unparalleled collection of films by Indigenous directors — including 20 new and recently added films.

Indigenous Cinema now makes it easier than ever to find Indigenous stories and perspectives, searchable by subject, director’s name or Indigenous people or nation, along with curated and contextualized playlists for different age levels, plus filmmaker biographies.

Among the offerings are a number of animated projects including SPARK ANIMATION Alumni Amanda Strong’s Naked Island – Hipster Headdress, Diane Obomsawin’s I Like Girls and Jesse Gouchey’s Baaaad Dream among many others.

The full selection of projects can be found on the NFB’s Indigenous Cinema page.

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