This is a call for animations, interactions, and visual performances. It is an opportunity for you to present your finest work along with a world-class collection of animators, scientists, effects wizards, creators, and inventors. The Computer Animation Festival provides a forum for the computer graphics community to submit the best work of the previous year as well as works in progress. It reflects the style and direction of current research, artistic vision, creativity, and storytelling ability of the individual as well as the trends of the collective.
Selected films and videos are presented in either the daily screening rooms (Animation Theaters), the Electronic Theater matinée or evening shows, in special events, and/or in other SIGGRAPH 2000 programs. Subject areas include (but are not limited to) animation, entertainment, special effects, visualization, research and technique, education, architecture, art, music, dance, non-narrative and experimental works, commercial productions, and student-produced works. SIGGRAPH 2000 is looking for the year's best computer graphics film and video to be shown in the premier event of its kind.
NEW! Messages from the Future!
Consider submitting short television-like commercials (maximum 60 seconds in length) that represent your vision of the TV commercial of the future! You should consider your imaginary story, product, service, or message when creating your futuristic commercial. Entries will be judged on creativity, originality, story, message, humor, and production values. Accepted pieces will be used to punctuate the Electronic Theater program.
Note: The deadline for Messages from the Future is the same as the standard submission deadline.
Sketches & Applications
Is your production process as original as the submission? Is the Computer Animation Festival audience going to leave the theater debating exactly how you achieved those amazing visuals? If so, consider submitting a proposal to Sketches & Applications so that you can explain the techniques and answer those questions. Don't disappoint your fans and those who don't yet realize that they're fans.
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