Times and Showings From Around the World


Animation Alliance Australia | ASIFA Australia

  • 28 Oct, Brisbane, QLD 
  •  28 Oct, Melbourne, VIC

Australian IAD Programs:

Brisbane: Screening a ‘best of’ selection of short animated films shared by ASIFA chapters from around the world exclusively for International Animation Day.

Melbourne: MIAF will be screening a total of 25 Australian animated short films over two sessions – Australian Student Showcase at 5:45pm and Australian Showcase at 7:45pm.


ASIFA Bulgaria

  • 28.10.2022, Sofia, Bulgaria, Cinema Odeon, 19:30h




Participants: Students and Faculty of the School of Arts and Design of Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology and members of ASIFA China. Lectures and screening sessions will be included.


ASIFA Cyprus

  • Oct 29, 7pm, Home for Cooperation, Nicosia
  • Oct 29, 7pm, EVOHK artist run space, Larnaka
  • Oct 29, 7pm, Attikon Multicultural Space, Paphos
  • Oct 29, 7pm, 6X6 Centre of Photography, Limassol
  • Oct 29, 7pm, Famagusta Avennue Garage, Derinia

As part of the annual worldwide celebrations for the International Animation Day, the Cyprus chapter of ASIFA (the International Animated Film Association), is organizing a free film screening event in locations across Cyprus. The curated selection of short films has a special focus on the East Mediterranean region. Total duration: 65′ The entrance is free to the public.


Finish Animation Guild

  • 28.10. at 16.30 and 18.30 Central Library Oodi, Helsinki, Finland



  • 01.11.2022 – 15.12.2022, 01.11.2022- Hyderabad
  • 04.11.2022- Indore
  • Nov-Dec’22- Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Noida, Bilaspur(CG), Gurgaon, Navi Mumbai, New Delhi

India IAD 22 Programs:

  • Master class from Globally renowned Artist
  • Case Study of Award Winning Films
  • Awards of Excellence for Students & Professional
  • Game Design Expert for Gaming Session
  • AVGC Summit/Panel Discussion
  • Experience Sharing Session from Women Creators Program with Epic Games



IAD 22 Programs:

  •   “IAD 2022 in KYOTO” will be held on November 22nd, 2022, at Kyoto University of the Arts (KUA),    as a special class aimed for students, graduate students, faculty members, and related people    including ASIFA members.    (Because of Covid-19, we are still not able to hold our IAD aiming general public.)    

    At the opening, as always, we will be holding a short lecture to make a brief overview of IAD, and then, this year, we would be pleased to show four short films by Michaela Pavlatova (screening at the venue only), which will be followed by Michaela’s lecture on her filmmaking, via online, connecting Praha and Kyoto.   

    Co-organized by the Department of Information Design, KUA;  Design Field, Graduate School,     KUA; and ASIFA-JAPAN.
  • “VR Photo Exhibition of Hiroshima International Animation Festival 1985 – 2020” will be held on the occasion of IAD 2022, during October 28th – November 30th, 2022 (tentative), in both English & Japanese, to show the 36 years history of Hiroshima Festival. This VR Photo Exhibition will be accessible via internet from all around the world! More details will be announced soon. Planned, composed, and designed by Hiroshi Onishi, Professor at Kyoto University of the Arts/Deputy President of ASIFA-JAPAN;  Supported by Kyoto University of the Arts; and Supervised by ASIFA-JAPAN.
  • “IAD 2022 in ATSUGI” will be held on November 14th, 2022, at Kanagawa Institute of Technology (KAIT), as a special class aimed for students, faculty members, and related people including ASIFA members. Programs will be announced soon.


ASIFA Poland

  • BIALOWIEZA – Cultural Center – 28.10
  • BYDGOSZCZ – Provincial and City Public Library – 10.11
  • CHELMEK – Iluzja Cinema – 16.11
  • GDANSK – Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology – 28.10
  • GORZNO – Cultural Center – 28.10
  • KOZMIN WLKP. – Mieszko Cinema – 29.10
  • KRAKOW – Kika Cinema – 28.10
  • LUBLIN – Projekt Cinema – 08.11
  • LODZ – 6 district club and cafe – 28.10
  • OLSZYNY – Cinema Behind The Corner – 28.10
  • OPOLE – OPO club and cafe – 28.10
  • RZESZOW – School of Economics – 28.10
  • SLUPSK – High School of Fine Arts – 27.10
  • TRZCIANKA – Public Library and Cultural Center – 28.10
  • WROCLAW – Entropia Art Gallery – 28.10
  • ZIELONKA – Kolejowa 11 Cultural Center – 12.11
  • WARSAW – Polish Japanese Academy of Information Technology – 28.10

The IAD 2022 program includes:

  • Little Nemo (USA 1911, 06:15), Winsor McCay
  • A Lasting Image (USA 2022, 03:10), Christine Veras, Kirstin Stevens Schmidt, Ana Villarreal, Scott Huddleston , School of Arts, Technology and Emerging Communication at the University of Texas at Dallas
  • An Ostrich Told Me the World is Fake and I Think I Believe It(Australia 2021, 11:18), Lachlan Pendragon, Griffith Film School
  • Dear me / Droga ja (India 2021, 03:36), Suchana
  • Do Not Feed The Pigeons (Great Britain 2021, 08:40), Antonin Niclass, The National Film & Television School
  • Elevator Alone (Greece 2021, 03:38), Anastasia Papadopoulou, University of West Attica
  • Lovely Rita (Switzerland 2022, 04:10), Elena Madrid
  • My crow don’t know to fish (India 2021, 05:20), Divakar SK
  • Pop N Possum (Australia 2020, 07:20), Christian Staats
  • Signs (Switzerland 2020, 10:40), Dustin Rees
  • Ten Degrees of Strange (USA 2021, 04:29), Lynn Tomlinson
  • Thou Shalt Dance (Iran 2022, 08:54), Abtin Yaghmaian


Central ASIFA

  • Oct 23 Edmore, Michigan 2 PM EST
    • Celebrating Edmore Michigan native Winsor McCay and animation from around the world.
  • Oct 28 Grants Pass Museum of Art, Grants Pass, Oregon. 7 PM PST
  • Oct 28 Interlochen Center for the Arts, Interlochen, Michigan. 7:00pm EST
  • Oct 28 Central Michigan University, Opperman Auditorium. 3:15 pm Mount Pleasant
  • Oct 28 Elements Brew Pub, Midland MI. 8:00 pm
  • Oct 28 School of Arts, Humanities, Technology, The University of Texas at Dallas, AHT Lobby 2PM CST
  • Oct 28 School of Arts, Humanities, Technology, The University of Texas at Dallas, ACT Lecture Hall 3PM CST