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Indian Animation Set for Annecy Splash

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Naman Ramachandran Indian animation will be in the spotlight across the 2024 Annecy Animation Festival. For the first time, Indian animation will feature at Namaste MIFA, a pitch event at MIFA (Marché International du Film d’Animation) in Annecy.

The event, organized by Annecy-backed Indian animation festival AniMela and co-hosted by Assemblage Entertainment and Zebu Animation Studios, will present four work-in-progress projects reflecting diverse themes such as sports, food, gender and tradition.

These projects aim to blend Indian essence with universal appeal. The projects are “Hide & Seek” by Krishna Chandran Nair; “Rising Tides” by Pari Satarkar; “Lala” by Isha Mangalmurti and Shreeya Wagh; and “Table for One” by Debjyoti Saha and Dhruv Sehgal.

These projects, part of the international MIFA Campus in India, benefited from mentorship at AniMela‘s 2024 workshop. Over at the MIFA Pitch, there are four Indian projects among the 41 global selections, two of which are also part of Namaste MIFA.

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