Animated Feature Film (Domestic & Foreign)
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A few reminders about rules:
From the MPSE Golden Reel Rules, page 3:
1. All entries shall be eligible only in the form in which they are initially released in the United States.
10. Feature films must have been released commercially during the calendar year of consideration, and must have run for at least one week in a public theater, in the United States. Festivals and private screenings do not qualify nor prevent qualification. For Foreign Features, the year of consideration is the year of U.S. release.
From the MPSE Golden Reel Rules, page 7:
1. Definition of Animation: The Board will decide which films qualify as animated on a case-by-case basis.
Among the factors that may be considered are the following:
a. Whether the film is traditional animation
b. Whether the sound editing follows the process of sound editing in traditional animation, including the pre-recording and editing of dialogue before picture is shot
c. In the cases of mixed media (live-action and animation), whether more than 50% of the frames in the film have animation
d. Whether the animation is intended to be perceived by the audience as 'realistic' or not
Please be sure to Download the Complete Rules if you have any questions.
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