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How to Make Animated Films by Kathryn Spencer, Tony White

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Appendix 5: Exposure, Exhibitions, and Festivals

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“If you animate it, they will come!”

Now that you have made your film, you of course want people to see it! There are a number of exhibition outlets for animated filmmakers these days, but you have to have some degree of perspective on what you can expect. Clearly, unless you have made the most fabulous, feature-length movie that is of the highest professional standard, you are unlikely to attract serious cinematic distribution. Some short films occasionally get a theatrical run with a full-length mainstream movie, but the opportunities are too few to even discuss right here and now and more than ...

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