Digital Viewing Library

The 225 films screened in competition at the 19th Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival are now available to watch via our online Digital Viewing Library, powered by Reelport: encounters.library.reelport.com

All accredited festival delegates have access to the Library until the end of March 2013. If you are accredited but have not yet received your username and password, let us know.

If you want to buy a reduced price delegate pass for the Digital Viewing Library only, contact us for more information.

For all queries contact Jude Lister: jude.lister[at]encounters-festival.org.uk

Trailers & Short Films

Check out some gems from past years of the festival on our Vimeo and YouTube channels.

Talks & Panels

Encounters and DSHED, Watershed's online platform, have documented Encounters for the past decade. Here you can watch a selection of talks and panels that have taken place at previous editions.

INSIDE ENCOUNTERS

Encounters, in partnership with NISI MASA - the European Network of Young Cinema and IdeasTap, invited twelve talented young journalists from the UK, France and Estonia to cover the festival as part of a New Film Journalism Workshop. Their video blogs are available on the Encounters Vimeo channel, including interviews with Grand Prix winner Jamie Stone and Audience Award winner Thomas Gleeson, as well as reports from the Pop-up Cine Chalet and the greatest dog show on earth, Gromit Unleashed!

Discover all the blog content at encounters-festival.org.uk/insideencounters

AniJam 2013

4 Teams signed up, 3 Teams started the Challenge, 2 Teams finished. Animation doesn’t get tougher than this!
 
During Encounters groups of animators participated in the 48-hour AniJam challenge, brought to us by Show Me the Animation and held at the M Shed. Our teams had just 48 hours to create a short film from scratch based around this years theme, “The Journey”.

Once again we were truly impressed with the talent and creativity displayed. The winning film will be decided based on a combination of an audience vote and a jury vote.

Vote for your favourite at showmetheanimation.com.

4 Teams signed up, 3 Teams started the Challenge, 2 Teams finished. Animation doesn’t get tougher than this!

 

During Encounters groups of animators participated in the 48-hour AniJam challenge, brought to us by Show Me the Animation and held at the M Shed. Our teams had just 48 hours to create a short film from scratch based around this years theme, “The Journey”.

 

Once again we were truly impressed with the talent and creativity displayed. The winning film will be decided based on a combination of an audience vote and a jury vote.


Vote for your favourite at showmetheanimation.com.

- See more at: http://www.encounters-festival.org.uk/anijam-2013.html#sthash.RJU84lPb.dpuf