Animation Resources

This page contains an index of web sites to view 3D and traditional animation. Many of the links are also to festivals and competitions that animators can enter their work.


Showcase of films made with Hash’s Animation Master software.

Web site that showcases independently created animation. There are also submission guidelines for those looking to submit their own work.

Argo Entertainment Group:
The Metropolis Theatre in San Jose, CA., USA.

Atom Films:
Download "every film available on the web…"

Pocket Movies:
Download free trailers, animations and videos for your computer or portable device.

Web site for viewing and submitting Independent Sci Fi movies and animation.

Sundance Online Film Festival:
An exhibition venue for serious indie animators.

Official Website of EYE_DROPS – "Escape into a world of animated wonder…" This collection is beyond eclectic.


10 Second Club:
A Monthly character animation competition. Some very talented animators ARE attracted to this monthly challenge. A sound clip is presented, and the contestants animate something to go along with it. If you’re an animation fan, you’ll find plenty there to entertain you.

DAM Short Film Festival:
There are hundreds upon hundreds of short films made every year, yet the public only sees a small percentage. The average film festival receives between 500 and 2000 submissions, yet rarely screens more than 5 percent of these. Even worse, films that do make it to the festival circuit only have a limited lifespan, and disappear from view within a year of two.

The Dam Short Film Society aims to remedy this. The annual Dam Short Film Festival will screen approximately 100 unique shorts, from all years and of numerous styles and subjects matters.

Independent Exposure:

A Monthly Microcinema Screening Program of International Short Films, Videos and Digital Works – has a standing call for entries. No forms, no deadlines.

West Chester Film Festival:
The West Chester Film Festival is held in West Chester, PA, near Philadelphia. The week end of October 9 2004 marked their first festival for independent short films. The festival was a success and the organizers are committed to featuring short films.

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