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Fest Anča 2018: Selection Results Announced
Zippy Frames, 20. apríl 2018
The 11th Fest Anča Fest Anča Announces 2018 Selection, and focuses on political propaganda. 1626 short animated films and music videos from over 100 countries were submitted to the festival, of which 283 will be screened in Fest Anča’s competitive and non-competitive programme. Animated film as a tool of political propaganda’ will be the main theme of 11th Fest Anča International Animation Festival (28 June to 1 July 2018, Žilina, Slovakia).

Fest Anča Announces Lineup 
filmneweurope, 16. 6. 2017
The 10th International festival of animated films Fest Anča, based in Žilina, introduced a programme with three competitions including international competition of short and student films, international music video competition and international competition of films for children…

Successes of our artists developing Moonfall
fishcowstudio, 6. 2. 2017
Fest Anča is an international festival of animated film that has been taking place in Slovakia since 2008 and is considered the most prestigious festival of its kind in our country. Our artist namely Štefan Niktulinec attended with his co-developers this competition last year representing a game Zen Duckies.

The Anča Award Goes to the Spanish Film Three Fitted Flies
filmneweurope.com, 5. 7. 2016
he 9th Fest Anča International Animation Festival ended on Sunday 3 July 2016 at the New Synagogue in Žilina. The main Anča Award, which carries a financial reward of €800, went to Spain and the directors María Álvarez and Elisa Morais for their film Three Fitted Flies (Tres moscas a medida).

Spanish Film ‘Three Fitted Flies’ Takes Top Anca Award
animationmagazine.net, 5. 7. 2016
The 9th Fest Anča International Animation Festival wrapped up on Sunday in Žilina, Slovakia, with Spanish directors Maria Álvarez and Elisa Morals taking the main Anča Award (and the 800 euro prize purse) for their film Three Fitted Flies (Tres moscas a medida).

“Cosmoetico” menzione speciale al Fest Anca di Zilina
cinemaitaliano.info, 4. 7. 2016
Il cortometraggio “Cosmoetico” di Martina Scarpelli ha ricevuto una menzione speciale alla nona edizione del Fest Anca (29 giugno – 3 luglio 2016), festival internazionale dell’animazione di Zilina (Slovacchia), con la seguente motivazione della giuria…

Three Fitted Flies, Sunday Lunch, Ruben Leaves Take Home 2016 Fest Anča Awards
zippyframes.com, 3. 7. 2016
Scorching summer in the village, an old woman tries to bring her late husband back by means of twisted rituals…

Žofia Bosáková, Maroš Brojo • Directors, Fest Anča
cineuropa, 28. 6. 2016
Cineuropa sat down with two representatives of Fest Anča, the only Slovakian multimedia festival to specialise in animated productions…

Quay Bros. to Attend Fest Anca ’16
animationmagazine.net, 26. 6. 2016
Fest Anča — the International Animation Festival of Žilina, Slovakia — will be rolling out the red carpet for animation auteurs Stephen and Timothy Quay when the ninth edition takes place June 29 through July 3.

The Quay Brothers, Steven Woloshen Come to Fest Anča
zippyframes, 23. 6. 2016
The Slovakian fest boasts an auteur-driven attitude for its 2016 edition. It is a fact. The one-off creative duo will visit Slovakia and present their work at the Fest Anča International Animation Festival (29/6-3/7/2016,  Žilina, Slovakia).

Fest Anča Animation Festival Sets 2016 Program
Animation World Network, 21. 6. 2016
With a focus on focus on Balkan animation, Slovakian animation festival to host The Quay Brothers and Steven Woloshen at its ninth edition running June 29 through July 3, 2016.

Quay Brothers to present their work at Fest Anca
Animated Views, 21. 6. 2016
In the film world, The Quay Brothers are more than just a name. For good reason last year Hollywood director Christopher Nolan took them on as the subject for his short documentary Quay…

The Quay Brothers and Steven Woloshen at Fest Anča
filmneweurope, 21. 6. 2016
In the film world, The Quay Brothers are more than just a name. For good reason last year Hollywood director Christopher Nolan took them on as the subject for his short documentary Quay…