Events
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9.11.2023
30.1.2024

Q&A Webinar and World Building Workshop: Climate Short Animation Film Competition

Join us on Thursday 8 February for our Q&A Information Webinar followed by an exclusive online World Building workshop for our Climate Short Animation Film Competition.

Q&A Webinar and World Building Workshop: Climate Short Animation Film Competition

Join us on Thursday 8 February for our Q&A Information Webinar followed by an exclusive online World Building workshop for our Climate Short Animation Film Competition.

Presented by Climate Spring, TK-FX, and Lowkey Films in collaboration with BBC Writers and BFI NETWORK, this competition provides a unique opportunity to direct the screen industry’s creativity towards climate action. With this competition we encourage filmmakers and creatives to leverage the storytelling tools of animation to craft new climate narratives, to envision and articulate a world where sustainability and regeneration are the norm. The winning project will receive a £30k production budget, along with additional in-kind production and climate advisory support.

Part 1: Q&A Information Webinar: Climate Short Animation Film Competition
Time: 8 February, 5.30-6pm GMT

Join us and representatives from TK-FX and Lowkey for an informal Q&A session where prospective applicants have the opportunity to address any questions they have about the Climate Short Animation Film Competition. From details about the creative and technical brief to a step-by-step guide on the application process, we’ll ensure you have all the information needed to bring your creative ideas to life.

Part 2: Online World Building Workshop with Gustavo Montes de Oca, from Imaginals
Time: 8 February, 6-7.30pm GMT

In the second part of this webinar you’ll delve into climate World Building and how to apply this concept to your Climate Short Animation Film project. Led by world builder, social entrepreneur and writer Gustavo, this workshop will equip you with insightful tools and examples to understand and apply the art of constructing compelling fictional worlds and universes, with a particular focus on stories set in a near regenerative future.

Register here for this free event.

Pitch to us

With a panel of experts working across feature
film and TV, live action and animation, we’re
interested in stories in any genre and for any
age-group. Find out more about requirements
and how to pitch your idea to us.