Anima 2020 is looking forward to receiving your films!

Your appointment with next year's ANIMA at the Flagey Centre in Brussels, will be from the 21st February to 1st March 2020.

You can already submit your films (shorts and features) for the 39th Anima here.

Deadline: 1st October 2019.

The results of the selection will be online before the end of the year.
And details of the programme (guests, retrospectives etc.) will be available at the beginning of 2020.

Anima 2020


The Anima Saturdays are back!

Details of all the programmes to be shown at Flagey from September 2019 to March 2020 are now online.

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Check out the daily photos from Anima 2019

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Kids' Workshops with Zorobabel

Check out what the kids got up to at the Anima workshops and other clips on our YouTube page.

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Workshop for Teens with Loup Blaster

Check out what they got up to at the Anima workshop and other clips on our YouTube page.

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Anima Festival
Pierre Bailly

Pierre Bailly created the poster for Anima 2020.
He was born in Algiers in 1970 and now lives in Liège where he creates various comic books.
He first published with the writer Denis Lapière: "La Saison des anguilles" the series for children "Ludo" (with drawings by Vincent Mathy) and "Agadamgorodok".
In 2006 his partner Céline Fraipont imagined the iconic, optimistic, crazy character of "Petit Poilu" and created the stories according to the concept of a comic book without words. Emotion, empathy and wonderment are the watch-words of these 22 books, drawn by Pierre and published by Dupuis.
Their darker graphic novel, "Muret", was published with Casterman in 2014
Pierre then co-directed (with Olivier Brugnoli) 78 episodes of the animated series "Petit Poilu" inspired by the comic books. The 23rd album and the second season of the series are now in progress.
He has recently published a popular science comic book "Homo Sapiens" with the paleoanthropoligist Antoine Balzeau published by Lombard).

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