The 4th edition of the festival takes place from 2nd through 5th November at the terminal building of New Chitose Airport, Hokkaido,Japan.
From April 17, the submissions for the Animated Short Film Competition will start for the 4th edition of the festival. Last year, the festival received over 1,200 applications for the competition and had about 31,000 visitors from all over the world for four days.
We’ll wait your submissions. See you at NEW CHITOSE 2017!
The 3rd New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival announced the 2016 award winners during the Closing Ceremony on 6th November. Congratulations to all the Prizewinners!
We’re gladly announce that the official selection for the competitions for New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival 2016 has been revealed. 67 films have been selected among 1,232 films submitted from 66 countries/regions. Looking forward to seeing you at the festival!
OFFICIAL SELECTION FOR THE COMPETITION
New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival, the one and only “Airport Festival”, is now calling for entries for short animated films until June 30th. The deadline is approaching! Do not forget to send your films via the online submission form.
We proudly announce the international jury for this year’s international competition: Jayne Pilling (UK, Director of British Animation Awards), Chris Sullivan (USA, Animation Filmmaker, Consuming Spirits), and Yoriko Mizushiri (Japan, Animation Filmmaker, Futon).
UK, Director of British Animation Awards
USA, Animation Filmmaker
Japan, Animation Filmmaker
New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival 2016 just released the poster visual. This year Japanese animation artist nuQ’s surrealistic drawing awaits you at the airport.
The 3rd edition of the festival will take place from 3rd throuth 6th November at the terminal building of New Chitose Airport, Hokkaido, Japan.
“New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival” which is the world’s first self-contained “airport film festival” was held in 2014 for the first time. Its main theme is “animation” considered as an international culture nowadays. Last year, the festival received over 1,100 applications for the competition and had more than 33,000 visitors from all over the world for four days. The one of the world’s most unique events achieved a great success.
From April 15, the submission for Animated Short Film Competition is open for the third edition of the festival. Check the online submission form.The deadline is June 30th. We’ll wait your submissions!