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Hellavision Television Network is a series of participatory events emphasizing improv practices to create animation, film, art, & design. Each show is free to the public, each show is free to submit, each show is not curated. Anyone and everyone is welcome to participate. Artists are encouraged to create work as quick as possible and without self-judgement. We also offer workshops!

Planned Future Episodes:
Getting Smarter – October 2019

Press:
August 22, 2018 — AIGA Eye On Design
June 20, 2018 — The Current Blog

Please direct questions to hellavisiontelevision@gmail.com

FAQ

Yeah but what IS it?
At Hellavision Television Network we stress the importance of practice. This show exists to be a platform for people who just want to make animation, whether it be someones first time animating, or a seasoned veteran wanting a space to try something new. Artists are encouraged to create work as quick as possible and without self-judgement.

Will my short make it in the show if I submit?
Absolutely. As long as the short you submit meets the entry guidelines that are given in the submission Google Doc.

How do I submit?
When you go to the SUBMIT page. You can sign up to our Mailchimp mailing list. When Calls for Submissions are OPEN, we will email you submission details in a Google Doc. The Google Doc links you to a form where you can send us files and details.

Did you sell it? Why is it back?
We sold the show to a Bed & Breakfast in Yorkshire, UK for $50 USD. We then tried to buy the show back but they raised the price to $10,000. We invested in a bitcoin and sold the coin for $10,000 exactly and bought the show back. Now we are broke. Got any great ideas?

What was Hellavision Television Animation Show?
Hellavision Television Animation Show was where this project started. It was a series of episodic experimental animation screenings and zines. Screenings were held quarterly, free to the public. Anyone and everyone is welcome to participate.

Episodes 3—8 support provided by the Visual Arts Fund, administered by Midway Contemporary Art with generous funding from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York.