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FICCI BAF Awards 2018 entries now open

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FICCI Frames–the three-day global convention covering the entire gamut of India’s media and entertainment industry–is close, bringing with it the Best Animated Frames (BAF) Awards, one of the most coveted animation, visual effects and gaming (AVG) awards. The last date to submit entries for the awards is 15 February 2018.

The fifteenth edition of the BAF Awards will take place on 5 March 2018 at Hotel Grand Hyatt, Mumbai, for which entries are invited for the animation, visual effects and gaming categories.The BAF Awards at FICCI Frames are an affair of extreme excitement as the entire AVG industry gathers under one roof after a year of arduous work.

The BAF awards were started in 2004 by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) to recognise and honour students and professionals in the field of animation. This first-ever animation awards in India have grown over the years to encompass awards not only in animation but also in the VFX and gaming fields.

The contest now receives top-notch entries from across the globe; the last BAF Awards held on 22 March 2017 received 400 entries from across 12 countries.

Entries can be sent online.

For more details and registration, click here.

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