Cinemalaya launches logo animation competition

The Cinemalaya Foundation and the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) in coopera ...


The Cinemalaya Foundation and the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) in cooperation with the Animation Council of the Philippines (ACPI) are launching the Cinemalaya logo animation competition on May 2, 2014.

The competition, which involves the production of a new Cinemalaya logo animation, is part of the 10th anniversary celebration of the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival. The 15-second animation work will be used as the new opening billboard (OBB) for all Cinemalaya competition films. At present, the OBB is a 2D animation of the Cinemalaya logo created in 2006.

The new OBB logo animation will be chosen through a competition open to all Filipino professional and student/amateur animators. The participant may or may not be a resident of the Philippines and does not necessarily have to be a Filipino citizen as long as he/she has a Filipino lineage. A participant may submit a maximum of two entries only. The entries may be a 2D or 3D animation work.

Entry forms and competition guidelines and rules may be downloaded from the Cinemalaya, CCP and ACPI websites. The application period is from May 2 to June 13, 2014. The winner will be announced during the Cinemalaya press conference at the CCP on July 9, 2014. The winner shall receive a cash prize of P50,000 and a certificate of recognition from the Cinemalaya Foundation and the CCP.

The competition guidelines, entry form, authorization/agreement/waiver form, official Cinemalaya logo in TIFF and Jpeg formats, and MP3 version of the Cinemalaya 15 –second music may be downloaded below.

For further information, interested parties may contact the CCP Media Arts Division at 8321125 local 1704 or through Ms. Vicky Belarmino at or Mr. Rodel Valiente at  

Click here to download rules & guidelines

Click here to download Authorization Form

Click here to download Entry Form

Click here MP3 version of the Cinemalaya 15 –second music