SIGGRAPH Asia 2020 Computer Animation Festival Now Open

SIGGRAPH Asia 2020 Computer Animation Festival Now Open

The SIGGRAPH Asia 2020 Computer Animation Festival is now open for submissions! We invite creators from around the world to submit their projects and help us showcase the world’s most innovative and exciting computer animation.

Submission Deadline: 15 August 2020, 23:59 UTC/GMT

This coming 17 – 20 November, the SIGGRAPH Asia 2020 Computer Animation Festival will convene in Daegu, South Korea, to celebrate the vibrant, diverse, and inspiring world of computer animation. From short films to scientific visualizations to AI-enhanced deepfakes, this year’s festival promises its most expansive and compelling program ever.

An international jury of top computer animation experts will judge the best works entered in each category; from that pool of top picks, they’ll hand out three prestigious 2020 awards: Best Student Project, Jury Special, and Best in Show. In addition, our judges will select between 30-40 (or more) “best of the best” works from across the submission pool, to be curated into the two “stars” of the festival: the always spectacular Electronic Theater and Animation Theater screenings.

Each year, the Electronic Theater and Animation Theater never fail to dazzle and entertain conference audiences eager to sit back and enjoy an entertaining and thought-provoking sample of the world’s best CG animation.

If it’s animated, and a computer was used at some part of its production, we want to see it! Join the festivities and help us honor the best in CG animation — submit your latest projects in any of the following categories:

Computer Animated Shorts: Includes character animation, narrative works, experimental works, opening sequences, game cinematics, selections and/or montages of animated television series, new-media format.
Animated Feature Films: Selections and/or montages of computer animation created for animated feature films.
Music Videos: Commissioned and/or independent works that use any combination of computer animation, digital effects, and live-action to illustrate, enhance, and/or complement a musical creation.
TV and Web Commercials: Advertisements created entirely or partially with computer animation and/or digital effects. This category also includes promotional spots, broadcast bumpers and graphics, and public service announcements.
Visualizations and Simulations: Computer animations created to explain, analyze, or visualize information for applications including scientific research, architecture, engineering, systems simulations, education, and documentary projects.
Visual Effects for Films and TV Programs: Selections and/or montages of visual effects created for live-action films and/or for television programs.
Real-Time Animation: Game, web, and mobile animations that are rendered in the same amount of time that it takes to play them back. Real-time technology demos are also encouraged! Real-time technology demos should be submitted to Real-Time Live!
Others: Computer Animations that do not fit in any of the above categories.

Scroll down for complete submission guidelines, key dates, and a link to the online entry system. Make sure you remember that all submissions must be received by 15 August 2020, 23:59 UTC/GMT.

And, make sure to tell your classmates, team members, and colleagues we want to see their work too!

In a year when all our lives have been adversely impacted by the deadly coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the Computer Animation Team appreciates everyone’s ongoing support. Be well, stay safe, and hopefully, we’ll see you this coming November!

For more information, please visit at SIGGRAPH Asia 2020

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Written by VFX Online

VFX Online, now writing with a focus on Visual Effects and Animation and Gaming, writing at VFX Online Blog since 2016. VFX Online in India.


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