+1 September 13, 2016 Published by Ivana Petriskova Share 0 Animax Skopje Fest 2016 – Macedonian International Animation Festival Pocket Deadline: 20 September 2016Open to: animators and filmmakers around the worldAwards: Grand Prix (Golden Brick), Second Prize(Silver Brick) and Third Prize (Bronze Brick), and possibly other prizes as wellDescriptionThe call for the sixth edition of the Macedonian International Animation Festival “Animax Skopje Fest” is now open and filmmakers around the world are invited to apply. The Festival is competitive and its program consists of several sections. It is open for short, feature and animated films for kids. Submitted films must have been completed after 1st January 2015 and should not have previously be entered in Animax Skopje Fest.The festival is the right address for anyone interested in animation as a way of communication, as a way of expanding horizons, as an effort to support a cultural form and spend leisure time in creative and constructive way, as part of a global trend of creative industries in Europe and the world. “Animax Skopje Fest” is organized by the production company “Auripigment”, in collaboration with the Association of Citizens Creative Center “Tintiri – Mintiri” of Skopje, Macedonia, with the support of Ministry of Culture of Republic of Macedonia. The main mission of “Animax Skopje Fest” is:Promotion of animation in Macedonia;Increasing the awareness for animation in Macedonia as a part of important cultural (creative) industries;Contacting and communication between artists in Macedonia and abroad;Promotion of dialog between filmmakers, designers, animators, artists, producers and viewers;Organizing seminars, forums, workshops.EligibilityThe festival is open to animators and filmmakers from all around the world.AwardsThree main prizes will be awarded as part of the Animax Skopje Fest 2016 open competition — Grand Prix (Golden Brick), Second Prize(Silver Brick) and Third Prize (Bronze Brick), and possibly other prizes as well.How to enter?The applicant should necessary submit application form on the festival official e-mail address [email protected] The applicant should also send the signed version of application form together with animation film by regular post, on the following address:For Animax Skopje Fest 2016Str. Venijamin Macukovski 17/1-1 1000 Skopje,Republic of Macedonia.The applicant should also send:Printed and signed application form;High definition digital video of the film;Short synopsis of the film (max 300 characters);Short biography of the director (300 characters max);3 high quality photos from the film;3 high quality photos from the director;English dialogue lists.In case of any further questions contact: [email protected] more information please visit the official website. Animax Skopje Fest 2014 Animation Festival in Macedonia Similar Stories 2017 Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Tweet ← United Nations-Japan Long-Term Fellowship Programme Reddit LinkedIn 0 Workshop for Researchers on Living History in East-Central and Southeastern Europe →
The i-tri Girls Hamptons Youth Triathlon has gone virtual. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the nonprofit, committed to the empowerment of adolescent girls through the sport of triathlon, has transformed the annual BNB Bank-sponsored event into a virtual Olympic challenge. “We are truly inspired by the i-tri organization and its efforts in helping young women across Long Island succeed in sports and in life,” said Theresa McCarthy, vice president of commercial real estate lending at BNB Bank. “As a community bank dedicated to improving our communities, we are thrilled to show our continued support and be a part of i-tri’s transformational program.” The event will take place June 20 at 11:30 AM on Zoom and simulcasted via Facebook Live. The event will feature three 10-minute sections, each simulating parts of a triathlon — upper body exercises for swimming, leg and core exercises for biking, and high-intensity cardio for running. In keeping with social distancing rules, the girls will be led by i-tri trainers in participating in these activities from their homes. Throughout the event, the girls will be cheered on by Olympic athletes Katie Zaferes, Gwen Jorgensen, and Dara Torres, and professional triathlete Sara Piampiano. The challenge will culminate in a one-minute virtual “sprint to the finish,” featuring Zaferes, a professional triathlete since 2013 and current World Triathlon Series Champion. “Sara, Katie, and Gwen have recorded videos of themselves doing the exercises that the girls will be doing, and Dara Torres is actually going to be working with and spoke to the girls Saturday on our weekly triathlon training session on Zoom,” said i-tri Girls Development and Events Manager Jennifer Fowkes. “Even if social distancing rules are relaxed, we did not anticipate that we would be able to hold our traditional triathlon, so we have spent the last few weeks trying to come up with a plan that would challenge the 145 girls who are participating in i-tri that could be completed safely at their homes. And, if we do say so ourselves, we think we’ve come up with a pretty great alternative. It’s been such a pleasure and an honor to work with all of these athletes, and we are hoping that the list of those participating continues to grow.” Torres, the most decorated U.S. female Olympic athlete of all time, is also a New York Times best-selling author, fitness advocate, motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and mother who started her career on the international stage by breaking her first world record at the age of 15. Jorgensen is an Olympic gold medalist, winning the triathlon at the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and was World Champion in 2014 and 2015. Piampiano is a board member of i-tri who in 2012 left her corporate career at HSBC Holdings to train and compete as a triathlete full-time. Later that year, she won the Ironman New Orleans 70.3, and since turning professional, has accumulated seven 70.3-distance wins, four Ironman wins, and over 30 podium performances, as well as a seventh-place finish at the 2015 and 2016 Ironman World Championships in Hawaii. “This year, the look and feel of our event may be different, but the ultimate goal is the same . . . to train hard, believe in yourself, overcome self-doubt, and prove to yourself that you are capable, strong, and brave,” i-tri Girls founder and Chief Visionary Officer Theresa Roden said. “Our girls have shown such commitment and resilience during this challenging time, and are honored that these amazing Olympians and professional athletes care enough about them to share in this journey. We hope everyone logs on to cheer on the girls to the finish line.” While the Olympic challenge is being held online, i-tri Girls also announced the return of the TurboTri triathlon, albeit virtually. This triathlon, which will consist of a 300-yard swim, a six-mile bike, and a 1.5-mile run, can be completed any time from July 1 to 31. More details about the event will be forthcoming, but those 10 and up can register at events.elitefeats.com/[email protected] Share
The former captain of the Bulgarian national team Ivelin Popov has started negotiations with the Russian Sochi. According to the local edition “Championship”, Popov wants to leave his current club Rostov and this will most likely happen during the summer transfer window.Popov did not get into Rostov’s group for the match of the third round of the Russian championship against Dynamo Moscow.The Bulgarian moved to Rostov with a free transfer from Spartak Moscow in the winter of 2019. Popov’s contract with his current club expires in the summer of 2021.After the first three rounds in Russia, Sochi collected an asset of five points and is in a week position. Rostov is tenth in the standings. Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.
“Obviously, he can still improve and that is wonderful. But he is already very effective.”Mbappe discussed his candidacy for the Ballon d’Or on Thursday, saying he’s done everything he can to earn the award this year while adding that he will have no regrets should the votes not go his way.World champions France take on Netherlands in the Nations League on November 16 before facing Uruguay in a friendly four days later. France coach Didier Deschamps once again sung the praises of Kylian Mbappe after the star’s stunning start to the season.Mbappe, 19, has scored 13 goals and provided six assists in 12 games in all competitions for Paris Saint-Germain to begin the campaign. The attacker is a contender to win the Ballon d’Or and Deschamps – whose team face Netherlands and Uruguay later this month – again lauded Mbappe.”Kylian is able to do extraordinary things. Look at his stats. He is efficient. Look at the goals he scored with his club and with us. He also made assists,” he told a news conference on Thursday.”He is a young player, who is doing very well at the moment. And he doesn’t ask anything. He is an offensive leader for PSG. For us as well.The first player to reach goals in Europe’s top five leagues?That would be the man with the #WorldCup’s Young Player Award on his mantelpiece #MondayMotivation pic.twitter.com/ZmPB2juHCI— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) October 29, 2018″But he doesn’t try to take more space than he does now. He does already and it is natural.
The organisers of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics confirmed media reports that the opening ceremony on Friday suffered a cyber attack on February 9. The organisers though restrained to reveal the sources.The cyber attack affected the internet-connected televisions at the media centres and also shut down the official Winter Olympics website for around 20 minutes.WATCHHowever, the organisers claimed that the incident did not compromise any critical part of their operations.”Maintaining secure operations is our purpose,” The Daily Express quoted International Olympic Committee (IOC) spokesman Mark Adams as saying.”We know the cause of the problem but these kind of issues occur frequently during the Games,” Adams said.He added, “We have decided with the IOC we are not going to reveal the source of the attack.”The 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang kicked off on Friday with the two Koreans marching under unified flag in an opening ceremony themed around peace and future.The ceremony was attended by North Korean ceremonial leader Kim Yong Nam and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, as well as US Vice President Mike Pence.(With inputs from ANI)