3D Artist
Feb
26

BFX visual effects competition open for entry

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by
stephen.holmes

BFX visual effects competition looking for applications from talented students across the UK

Want to show off your VFX skills in a nationwide competition? Then read the press release below to find out how

BFX visual effects competition open for entry
 

BFX is a 6-week team competition for visual effects and animation students from around the country hosted by Bournemouth University and AUB in July and August 2013.  Groups will be competing to win an internship at a leading UK film and visual effects studio and all works will be screened at the BFX festival-taking place in Bournemouth in September 2013!

The competition aims to replicate a film studio working on a live project with participants working in groups of up to six to produce a highly polished short visual effects or animated sequence. Teams will get to select their own brief from a number of pieces of classic literature and will be mentored and monitored by industry practitioners throughout the competition. A panel of carefully selected industry judges will have the task of picking a winning team. The competition is free to enter and participants will receive accommodation and a stipend towards living expenses. Industry partners so far include The Mill, MPC, Double-Negative, Framestore, Cinesite and Aardman Animation.

BFX competition is now open for entry and applications must be received by 26 April. Applicants must be 18 years or older currently studying, or recently graduated, at a UK Higher Education Institution (university or Art College).

To find out more about how to apply to BFX visit www.bfxfestival.com/competition

BFX Competition is part of a festival taking place in Bournemouth 25-29 September which aims to celebrate British talent and creativity in animation and visual effects. The event, in its first year, is being organised by The International VFX Hub; a collaboration between the award-winning National Centre for Computer Animation at Bournemouth University (NCCA) and the Faculty of Media and Performance at the Arts University Bournemouth (AUB).

 

BFX visual effects competition open for entry