Cartoon Network Latin America Teams Up With Pixelatl For Animation Pitch Competition Girl Power: Pitch Me The Future

Cartoon Network Latin America Teams Up With Pixelatl For Animation Pitch Competition Girl Power: Pitch Me The Future

Cartoon Network Latin America Teams Up With Pixelatl For Animation Pitch Competition Girl Power: Pitch Me The Future

Cartoon Network Latin America and Mexican animation festival Pixelatl have teamed up once again for a animation pitching contest – Girl Power: Pitch Me The Future, in previous years, Cartoon Network and Pixelatl has organised pitching contests with different themes such as 2016’s Pitch Me Anything (for content on the Cartoon Network Anything app) and 2017’s Pitch Me Evolution (for YouTube content).

Girl Power: Pitch Me The Future will be an opportunity for female animators and creators to pitch their show ideas to Cartoon Network, however potential projects must fit into Cartoon Network’s editorial values, must be a original idea and different to anything else currently on the channel and must have a multiplatform approach, this may include short-form content or offer an interactive experience. The proposed project must have humour and authenticity in mind and all entrants must be 18 and over and live in a Latin American country.

To enter the pitching competition, go to the Girl Power competition page – http://www.convocatoriaspixelatl.com/girlpower and fill in the online form, up to three projects per participant are allowed, pitch bibles must be uploaded onto a storage service that don’t have an expiration date such as Google Drive, Dropbox or OneDrive, the URL for the pitch bible must be provided on the submission form.

All projects must be submitted by Sunday 5th August 2018 and a minimum of five finalist projects will be selected which will be announced on Friday 10th August by Pixelatl. Finalists must attend the Pixelatl Animation Festival in Cuernavaca, Mexico between 4th and 8th September 2018, where they will have the opportunity to pitch their projects in-front of Cartoon Network executives. The first place winner will get the opportunity to produce their very own pilot episode up to the value of $10,000 USD.

https://pixelatl.com/es-MX/contenidos/8562CE85-83C8-4EA4-BD46-DC4535E9A919/Cartoon_Network_busca_mujeres_creadoras.html

Cartoon Network At Pixelatl Animation Festival 2017 Schedule

Cartoon Network At Pixelatl Animation Festival 2017 Schedule

Cartoon Network At Pixelatl Animation Festival 2017 Schedule

Cartoon Network will be attending the 2017 Pixelatl animation, video games and comics festival in Cuernavaca, Mexico, this year’s festival will be held between Tuesday 5th September and Sunday 10th September. At the festival, the winner of Cartoon Network’s “Pitch Me Evolution” competition will be announced. The competition is an opportunity for aspiring animators to pitch their animated show ideas to Cartoon Network, a maximum of fifteen finalists will pitch their show ideas to a panel of Cartoon Network Latin America executives at the festival before a winner is selected. The winner will get to produce an animated pilot which will feature on Cartoon Network’s YouTube channels.

https://www.regularcapital.com/2017/05/cartoon-network-and-pixelatl-launches-pitch-me-evolution-contest/

On the first day of the convention (Tuesday 5th September) at 1pm, former Senior Vice President of Original Animation for Cartoon Network – Linda Simensky (now at PBS Kids) will talk about the past, present and future of animation in her “Then, Now, and What’s Next” lecture, she will use her past experiences as examples, including her time working on the original series of Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls.

http://elfestival.mx/en-US/content/72/968/THEN_NOW_AND_WHAT%E2%80%99S_NEXT%E2%80%A6.html

On Wednesday 6th September at 4pm, David Feiss – the creator of Cartoon Network’s Cow and Chicken, will talk about some animation industry secrets in his “The Secrets Of The Industry” lecture. David will also share his vision of the future evolution of animation IP and will offer advice on how to keep up to date in the industry.

http://elfestival.mx/en-US/content/72/977/THE_SECRETS_OF_THE_INDUSTRY.html

On Thursday 7th September at 10am, the creator of Cartoon Network Mexico’s Villainous – Alan Ituriel will be hosting a “Creating Artificial Life” workshop session, this session will be about developing characters and their personalities.

http://elfestival.mx/en-US/content/67/1037/CREANDO_VIDA_ARTIFICIAL.html

Also later on Thursday at 4.30pm, Jaime Jiménez – Director of Content for Cartoon Network Mexico, will also be doing a lecture on how to utilise a studio’s intellectual property for product licensing.

http://elfestival.mx/en-US/content/72/982/LICENSING_AND_INTELLECTUAL_PROPERTIES.html

On Friday 8th September at 1.30pm, Cartoon Network Mexico will be presenting their new animated projects in the “Cartoon Network: New IPs” panel, joining along in the session are Jaime Jiménez (Director of Content for Cartoon Network Mexico), Humberto Cervera (Content Producer for Cartoon Network Mexico), 2016 Pitch Me Anything finalist – Guillermo Rivas, who submitted his La isla de Jim (Jim’s Island) project to the competition and the winner of 2016 Pitch Me Anything – Gabriel Frugone, his winning submission was “Perrita del Espacio” (Little Dog From Space). The winner of the 2016 Ideatoon Contest at Pixelatl – Ivanobich Verduzco will also be at the panel, (his winning project was “Viking Tales”) along with Luispa Salmón – producer of visual content at Mighty Animation.

http://elfestival.mx/en-US/content/72/1022/CARTOON_NETWORK_NEW_IPS.html

Later on Friday at 6.30pm, there will be a special We Bare Bears lecture with the show’s creator – Daniel Chong and with the show’s supervising director – Manny Hernández. During the lecture, both Daniel and Manny will talk about how the show was developed from a web comic (Three Bare Bears) into a fully-fledged BAFTA award-winning animated series produced by Cartoon Network.

http://elfestival.mx/en-US/content/72/970/WE_BARE_BEARS_FROM_WEBCOMIC_TO_SERIE_DE_TV.html

Finally on Saturday 9th September at 10am, the creator of Villainous – Alan Ituriel will be doing a lecture about his short-form animation project with Cartoon Network Mexico. Alan will talk about the origins of the show’s concept, why it became an online phenomenon among animation fans in Latin America and he will also talk about his future plans for the show. Festival attendees will get an exclusive Villainous poster and there will also be an opportunity to meet Alan and some of the production crew during the autograph signing session.

http://elfestival.mx/en-US/content/72/992/CARTOON_NETWORK_VILLANOUS.html

Cartoon Network And Pixelatl Launches Pitch Me Evolution Contest

Cartoon Network And Pixelatl Launches Pitch Me Evolution Contest

Cartoon Network And Pixelatl Launches Pitch Me Evolution Contest

Cartoon Network Latin America and the annual Pixelatl animation festival in Cuernavaca, Mexico have teamed up for another Pitch Me competition, this year’s competition has the title “Pitch Me Evolution”. The competition is an opportunity for aspiring animators to pitch their animated show ideas in front of content executives from Cartoon Network Latin America. Last year’s competition – “Pitch Me Anything” was an opportunity for animators to put forward their ideas for short-form cartoons for the Cartoon Network Anything app. Back in 2014, Alan Ituriel pitched his “Villainous” show idea for the Ideatoon contest at Pixelatl and it attracted the attention of Cartoon Network Latin America executives. Villainous started off from a concept and now it’s an animated short series which has been highly received by animation fans on the internet.

http://elfestival.mx/en-US/content/72/702/VILLAINOUS_LUZ_VERDE_A_UNA_IP_MEXICANA.html

Competition participants must be over 18 years old and live in Latin America. The proposed animated short must have humour and must have a unique and innovative format that appeals to children aged between 6 and 11 years old and the proposed project must fit in well with Cartoon Network’s existing programming. Cartoon Network are looking for projects that could possibly be turned into 7 to 11-minute episodes for their YouTube channel. A maximum of fifteen finalists will be selected and the winner of the competition will get their pitch bible turned into an animated pilot.

The project submission deadline is Monday 17th July and the winner will be announced at the end of the Pixelatl animation festival. This year’s Pixelatl festival will be held between 5th-10th September.

For more information about Pitch Me Evolution, please follow the link below:

http://www.pixelatl.com/es-MX/contenidos/1E46422E-78EB-4437-A0E2-CBD15A5D3C9B/Cartoon_Network_produce_tu_idea.html

http://www.norteenlinea.com/noticias/ocio/pitch-me-evolution-cartoon-network-y-pixelatl-lanzan-la-segunda-edicion-de-su-convocatoria-creativa