Annecy International Animated Film Festival and its Market
The strong alpine wind and the constant rain could not hinder the festival organizers’ warm welcome for our team. The Annecy streets were crowded, but not all interest was focused on football. The animation industry had established its capital at Annecy for this one week and our team was fortunate to be in the whirlpool of flash, key frame and stop motion.We were amazed and full of gratitude for the experience and the know-how that was shared during all the meetings and conferences. We had so much fun at the screenings and we appreciated all the talent we saw. Camembert and a glass of wine accompanied our conversations with broadcasters and producers from the different continents. We learned a lot about the latest trends in the animation industry, what the broadcasters are looking for, the latest tools that the producers are using and much more. We met awesome and interesting people with inspiring ambition. At the end of MIFA’s final day, we said au revoir to many new friends and future partners.