Categories
Submissions When deciding how to submit your film, choose the category that best describes your film's production environment, distribution method and/or purpose:

A - Feature Film
Animated Feature: Animated film considered full- or feature-length

B - School Competition
Animation School Showreel: A maximum of 40 minutes of a training/education institution’s best films from July 2013 to June 2014. Must include full versions of each film; no excerpts. It is the duty of the entrant to select the films. Films can also be entered individually in the appropriate Student Animation Competition category. Please fill out separate entry forms for any individual student films being submitted under Category D.

C - Independent Short Films Competition
Short-format, non-commissioned animated films or videos
Note: As it is extremely rare that any short film exceeding 30 minutes is selected for competition, we strongly recommend a maximum length of 30 minutes.
Narrative Short: Structured with some sort of narrative or story. (ie. "something happens")
Experimental/Abstract Animation: Structured without a clear narrative or cause-effect plotline.

D - Student Animation Competition
Films made by students who are either enrolled in a school, or were enrolled during the films’ production
High School Animation: Films directed by students attending a government- or privately-funded general education program, generally stretching from ages 15-18 (also known as “upper” or “secondary” school)
Undergraduate Animation: Films directed by students enrolled in a post-secondary (diploma or degree) program that lasts from 6 months to 4 years, with the standard requirement usually being a high school diploma.
Graduation Animation: Films directed by students in a post-graduate (diploma or degree) program that lasts from 6 months to 2 years, and requires prior experience or an undergraduate diploma/degree for enrollment. In addition, "final" or "thesis" (graduation) projects for undergraduate programs would be considered within this category.

E - Commissioned Films Competition
Works that are funded and produced for specific commercial or promotional purposes
Promotional Animation: Includes commercials, title sequences, and station/program identification spots
Music Video: Includes works made to specifically promote and/or compliment a music soundtrack
Animation Series for Adults: Animated television series not specifically aimed at children demographics. Only one episode per series is eligible.

F - Films/Videos Made for Children
Works that are produced and distributed specifically for children and youth demographics
Short Animation Made for Children: Any non-feature animated film that is aimed specifically at young audiences.
Animation Series Made for Children: Any special or series created specifically for a young television/video audience. Only one episode per series is eligible.
 
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