World’s best animation features in SCCI-hosted festival

World’s best animation features in SCCI-hosted festival

Australian International Animation Festival

Australian International Animation Festival, Wagga Wagga Forum 6 Theatre, May 9-11 2014.

CSU’s School of Communication and Creative Industries Animation and Visual Effects Department is proud to present the 11th annual Australian International Animation Festival in Wagga Wagga.

This internationally-renowned event features more than 100 prestigious films selected from more than 2,500 submissions from all around the world, and runs from Friday 9 May to Sunday 11 May, 2014.

The range of styles, genres and techniques is testament to the vibrancy and relevance of creative animation and the premiere screening of this highly acclaimed collection opens on Friday this week.

The festival showcases an eclectic mix of films and will give audiences a complete, up-to-date snapshot of the international creative animation scene.

A series of free talks and workshops given by award-winning filmmakers from Australia and overseas will provide those with questioning minds a chance to learn more about how and why these films get made.

For more information, visit the Australian International Animation Festival 2014 page on Facebook. Contact details for the event and bookings are below.

For more information about studying animation and visual effects at CSU’s School of Communication and Creative Industries (SCCI), visit the Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Animation and Visual Effects) course overview page on the SCCI website.

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11th Annual Australian International Animation Festival

Course overview of  the Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Animation and Visual Effects) at CSU’s School of Communication and Creative Industries

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