Animators Guild India announces the AGIF23 2nd Edition celebration to be held on December 10, 2023. A dynamic schedule of films, a lively market with innovative animation items, and great networking possibilities, are all part of the AGIF Awards. The second edition of AGIF is gathering a wide range of animators and aficionados, and we are incredibly excited to watch it unfold,” says Prateek Sethi, Producer and Creative Director of TRIP Creative Services. AGIF23 is a celebration of the infinite creativity and innovation found in the animation business, not just an event. We are excited to recognize and present outstanding talent from across the globe along with our Indian talent on the same platform.”
AGIF23 will be held at Karmveer Siddharth Hall, located within the Karmveer Sports Complex, 4 Bungalows, RTO Corner, Andheri West, Mumbai 53, at 10:30 am. Professionals and hobbyists alike should not miss this event, which promises to be a thrilling celebration of innovation.
Prospective attendees can secure their spot at AGIF23 by booking tickets at (www.filmfreeway.com/agif/tickets)
AGIF23 has attracted participants from 25 countries, including Japan, China, Germany, the UK, and India, fostering a global exchange of ideas and creativity. AGIF23 is introducing a massive prize of INR 50,000 for the Rising Star category in an effort to identify and reward remarkable potential. As another testament to AGIF’s dedication to advancing animation excellence, other competitors will get distinguished trophies and certifications.
Co-founder AGIF, Rituparna Sarkar adds, “We have planned a power packed day full of screenings of award winning films, with special packages curated from premium International Animation Festivals such as Annecy, France and O!PLA Fest, Poland – pop-up bazaar, networking session and the Awards” While Snigdha Rao, Co-founder AGIF, adds, “We have a stellar line up of judges from around the globe bringing in their diverse experience and perspectives. From mind-bending educators like Nina Sabnani and Prakash Moorthy to medium-bending professionals like Sheetal Sudhir, Arthur Dneprovskii, Nosipho Maketo-Van Den Bragt and Peter Sluszka – it really is an intergalactic panel”