MooreWomenArtists Film Festival: Women in Animation SUBMISSIONS

/MooreWomenArtists Film Festival: Women in Animation SUBMISSIONS

november, 2016

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Moore College of Art & Design is accepting submissions of animated short films for its 2017 “MooreWomenArtists Film Festival: Women in Animation,” scheduled during Women’s History Month, March 23 – 26 at the College, 20th Street and The Parkway. The deadline for submitting films is December 31, 2016.

Moore continues to honor its legacy as the first and only all women’s visual arts college in the U.S. with its second MooreWomenArtists Film Festival, this year showcasing women working in the ever-growing animation industry. The theme aligns with the first graduating class of its Animation & Game Arts program, which was created to prepare students for careers in an industry where women are often overlooked.

The festival will include feature and short films ranging from early animation to work created for current video games and interactive projects, as well as lectures and panel discussions. Programming announced to date includes: Emily Hubley, presenting the work of her mother, the late Faith Hubley, an animator who received honors from the Cannes, Venice, London and San Francisco film festivals as well as fourteen CINE Golden Eagle awards; Latvian filmmaker Signe Baumane’s Rocks in My Pocket, which raises questions of how family genetics determine who we are and if it is possible to outsmart one’s own DNA; Paper Red founding member Jessica Ciocci’s Animation Mix Tape, a fully integrated video collage of work by women animators who she admires; independent Asian-Canadian filmmaker, writer and visual artist Ann Marie Fleming’s Window Horses, featuring the voice of Sandra Oh; and the Game Changers: Women Making Games panel with Kat Webster (Bioware) and Lauren Brown (EA games). The festival will be fully announced in January.


November 15 (Tuesday) - December 31 (Saturday)


Moore College of Art & Design

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We are a member of the Association of Film Commissions International (AFCI). GPFO, first established in 1985 as a part of Philadelphia city government, continues to reside within city offices.

In 1992, we became a regional economic development agency, incorporating in 2000 as the Greater Philadelphia Film Office, a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation.


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