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Spotlight on features at Annecy fest

25 April 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

PARIS -- Feature films will be in the spotlight when the 2007 Annecy International Animation Festival kicks off its 31st edition, organizers said Tuesday.

Initiatives to promote the full-length cartoon medium at the fest, which runs June 1-16, include a greater number of feature films in competition, new special distinction and audience awards, daily meetings for film executives and the addition of an out-of-competition category within the "official selection."

After sorting through a record 1,882 entries, the fest's selection committee has chosen 233 films from 35 countries -- 182 of which are part of the official competition, which includes nine feature films, 51 shorts, 43 telefilms, 28 publicity clips and 51 student films.

Competition titles vying for the festival's Cristal award for best feature include: Michel Ocelot's "Azur et Asmar" (France), Koichi Chigira's "Brave Story" (Japan), D. Jud Jones' "Film Noir" (U.S.), Sam Fell's "Flushed Away" (U.K.), Kompin Kemgumnird's "Khan Kluay" (Thailand), Samuel Guillaume's "Max & Co" (Switzerland), Satoshi Kon's "Paprika" (Japan), Christopher Nielsen's "Slipp Jimmy Fri" (Norway) and Mamoru Hosoda's "Toki wo kakeru shoujo" (Japan). »

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Annecy to focus on feature-length toons

25 April 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

PARIS -- Feature films will be in the spotlight at the 2007 Annecy International Animation Festival, set to kick off its 31st edition from June 11 - 16, organizers announced Tuesday.

Initiatives to promote the lengthy cartoon medium this year include more feature films in competition, a special features jury, a special distinction and an audience award in addition to the Cristal for best feature, a series of daily meetings for film execs and an out of competition category within the "official selection."

After sorting through a record 1,882 entries, the Fest's selection committee has chosen 233 films from 35 different countries, 182 of which are part of the official competition including nine feature films, 51 shorts, 43 TV movies, 28 publicity clips and 51 graduation films.

Features in official competition include: Michel Ocelot's "Azur et Asmar" (France), Koichi Chigira's "Brave Story" (Japan), D. Jud Jones' "Film Noir" (U.S.), Sam Fell's "Flushed Away" (U.K.), Kompin Kemgumnird's "Khan Kluay" (Thailand), Samuel Guillaume's "Max & Co" (Switzerland), Satoshi Kon's "Paprika" (Japan), Christopher Nielsen's "Slipp Jimmy Fri" (Norway) and Mamoru Hosoda's "Toki wo kakeru shoujo" (Japan). »

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