The screenings are stacking up for graduate animation Liv as it is selected for another two festivals.
The 2017 graduate animation about Liv, who is terminally ill and decides to go back to her roots to live out the rest of her life in the wild, can now add Poland and Norway to its screenings at international festivals.
Out of more than 1,400 entries, Liv has been selected for the ANIMA competition of the 24th edition of International Film Festival Etiuda&Anima 2017. The festival has been running since 1994 and is the oldest film festival in Poland. It celebrates the achievements of students of film and art schools from all over the world, as well as works of fine-art animation film creators. Professionals, students and independent producers all come together during the festival. The festival takes place from 21–26 November 2017, and the festival takes place in Krakow, Poland.
Liv has also been selected for this year’s competition programme at Fredrikstad Animation Festival. One of the cornerstones of the festival is the Nordic-Baltic animated short film competition, with the awarding of the prize known as the Golden Gunnar. The festival takes place from the 9 – 11 November 2017 in Frederikstad in Norway, which also happens to be the home country of Liv’s director Sunniva Fluge Hole.