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02 February 2002, 04:01 AM
Raider Productions

Proudly Presents

The search for North America's best computer and classically animated shorts

Raider Productions is conducting a search in Canada and the United States for classical and computer animated shorts to create two 90 minute DVD'S. These DVD's will be created to promote the diverse range of stories that the consistently developing medium is allowing us to show to the world.

Submission Details

(1) The submission must have a clear and complete storyline

(2) The submission must be no shorter than 1 minute and no longer than 15 minutes in length

(3) The submission must not contain a schoo logo

(4) The submission must have been created no longer than 2 years ago

(5) All software used must the commercial and not the educational version

(6) The submission must be copyrighted to the animator who produced it

(7) No set due date exists at this time for the submission

Delivery mediums

(1) VHS cassette

(2) CD-ROM

Monetary compensation

Those entrants who are selected for either of the DVD in the collection will sign a legally binding contract that will give Raider Productions the permission of the one time use of the animated work for this project.

In exchange Raider Productions will pay the animator or group a dividend of 2.5 % of each DVD sold. This equals 15 cents in American currency or 25 cents in Canadian currency.
Mailing Address

Please mail all entries to the following address

Raider Productions
7243 Braeside Dr
Burnaby BC

Further information

Further details regarding this project can be obtained on the " News section" of the Raider Production website. You can also contact us directly by using the information listed bellow. Best wishes to all entrants and I look forward to receiving and reviewing your submissions.

Yours truly,

Aaron Keogh

Creative Producer

Tel: 604-291-7727
Fax: 604-291-7727


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