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AniDox Residency

The 2016 AniDox Residency director is the Danish artist Lasse Smith with the film and interactive experience TEU.

Residency program for the production of animated documentary short films.

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Building on the already existing Open Workshop artist residency and AniDox:Lab training programme at The Animation Workshop, and with the support of at the European Capital of Culture Aarhus 2017, AniDox Residency makes it possible for one animated documentary short film of high artistic quality to be produced every year from 2014-2017 leading up to a screening event at the European Capital of Culture Aarhus 2017. The Animation Workshop will host the production and provide studio facilities, workstations, housing for the director, production support as well as financial support.

AniDox Residency will be an artistic spearhead in the examination of the possibilities and potential of functional animation. Animation can systematize and reproduce abstract concepts and connections in an accessible way, and represent events that are too small, too big, happen too slowly or too fast, or that simply happened far away from rolling cameras.

The Animation Workshop, VIA University College is selecting one animated documentary short film to be produced in 2016. Production is expected to start in January 2016 with a premiere in January 2017.

The Animation Workshop provides:
  • Studio facilities
  • 1-2 workstations with relevant software
  • Technical support
  • Housing for the director
  • Production support
  • Financial support for materials and as salaries which amounts up to 250.000 DKK (approx. 33.500 EUR).

Application procedure:
Currently not open for applications for the 2017 residency yet.

Application deadline: Friday 20th November 2015 at 12:00 (noon).

Please submit your application through the online application form on the right side of this page.
You have to provide, among other things, contact information, a project proposal and your motivation for applying.

Annexes/additional material
Please attach a single PDF with your CV, project description, financing plan, detailed budget, project schedule and distribution plan. You may also attach letters of reference and/or other supporting documents.

Selection process:
A selection board consisting of staff from The Animation Workshop and an external consultant will perform a qualitative analysis and assessment of the submitted project proposals on the basis of a number of parameters including:

  • The story and angle of the film
  • The visual side of the project
  • How clear and precise the description of the project is
  • How realistic the budget and schedule are
  • Motivation
  • Level of experience
  • Technical and artistic feasibility

AniDox Residency 2016

Artist in residence: Lasse Smith, Denmark
Animated documentary: TEU

AniDox Residency 2015

Artist in residence: Soetkin Verstegen, Belgium
Animated documentary: Mr. Sand

AniDox Residency 2014

Artists in residence: Michelle & Uri Kranot, Israel
Animated documentary: Cosmopolitanism
Directed by Erik Gandini, Animation Directors: Michelle & Uri Kranot

AniDox Residency is part of the Open Workshop – a film workshop that also functions as an Artist Residency.

AniDox Residency is supported by:

If you want to learn about the AniDox:Lab programme, please go to anidox.com
 

Application form

  • Anidox Residency 2016 - closed
  • More info here: AniDox.com


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