Live Video Contest

Q: What do you mean by "Credit must be given where due"?

A: You must list each person that help you or your group that's in your video, including yourself and group, if you used a song(s) you must mention the song(s) and artist(s) . Just like they do at the end of movies.

Q: What do you mean by "Postmarked September 1 2018"

A: When you send your package to us you put stamps on it, the post office will stamp them with a postmark and it will have a date on it, that date must be September 1 2018 or before.

Q: If I or my group wins and have already bought our passes what happens then?

A: N2U will reimburse you the cost value of your passes up to the maximum of 6 preregistration weekend passes.

Q: Does N2U provide any help, software or equipment for the Live Video Contest?

A: No N2U does not and will not help you or provide you with any software or equipment to make your video.

However N2U will provide the means to play your entry at the convention.

Q: How many winners will there be?

A: There will be one grand prize winner, one runner up and one judges choice.

Q: Who will be the judges?

A: We will have a staff viewing /Judging first round then we post will post those that pass to be judged on line.



Q: Nominoichi?

A: Nominoichi = A Japanese Flea Market.

Q: So who is selling?

A: Regular attendees. People who bought a weekend badge, or even a one-day badge. There might be some staff and Volunteers there too.

Q: Sell what exactly?

A: Anime Stuff. This one is hard to answer. It includes, but is not limited to, DVD's, Art Books, Manga, CD's.

Q: Can I sell stuff like in the Artist alley?

A: No.

Q: I still want to sell other things, what else can I sell at the Nominoichi?

A: You are persistent.

To be clear: the Nominoichi is for the sale of licensed anime merchandise of all types. Both new and used items of anime merchandise are acceptable. The Nominoichi is not a part of the artist alley, and the artist alley is not a part of the Nominoichi. Therefore, homemade arts and crafts are not suitable for the Nominoichi.

Q: Is that it?

A: No, we will allow Japanese Manga and Doujinshi. These are not technically licenced, but we will allow them. However if you want to sell anything else, and it is NOT a licensed anime product, you must email n2u and let us know what it is.

Q: So is it all used stuff?

A: Probably. However, if you have some "new" things and you want to sell them then go ahead.

Q: So is it all anime stuff?

A: Yeah, Anime stuff can be a bit hard to define, but our common sense will apply. If someone is selling something non-anime we will ask them to remove it. If you want to sell something and are unsure if it is "anime enough" please ask first.

Q: So what will not be there?

A: Bootlegs and Fansubs. Don't even try. Same for weapons or props with a metal blade.

Q: So how much stuff will be there?

A: We have no idea, that all depends on what people bring and how many people bring stuff. We have 30 tables for this year.

Q: How much will the stuff cost?

A: Again, that is up to the sellers to decide, it is their stuff to sell. However if you're nice, and willing to deal, perhaps you can get a bargain.


Q: How big are the tables?

A: Six feet long by three feet wide. (6' x 3')

Q: How many chairs do we get?

A: 2 per table.

Q: If I am part of a group of sellers do we each pay $25?

A: No. The fee is $25 per table. Not per seller.

Q: Can I request more then one table?

A: No.

Q: But what if I am group contact for, like, 30 people?

A: Wow, well in that case… NO!

Q: I really wanted an artist alley table, but I did not get one this year, can I sell my homemade arts and crafts at the Nominoichi?

A: You really are not paying attention, the answer is NO.

Q. Can I sell 18+ items?

A: Yes you can HOWEVER you are to make sure that all items are presented in a PG way. YOU must also ID anyone buying 18+ items to make sure they are 18+.


Do plan on doing it by yourself or with your friends, do not ask our staff to help you bring your stuff in, set it up, or take it down.

Do bring all that you need, do not ask me, or the person next you, for some extra tape or markers to make price tags or signs (you really should have all that done before you get in the room.)

Do bring lots of change and small bills. Do not ask me, or the person next you, for help to break a $20.

Do have an exit plan. Do not ask me, or the person next to you, to watch your stuff if you go the washroom.

Do keep an eye on your stuff. Do not expect security to protect it for you.

Finally, try to keep things priced at whole dollars. Forget the $1.50 make it $1 or $2. (That one's not a rule exactly, but it is some good advice.)

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If you have any questions, or if you want any further information, please inquire at vendors@n2u.ca

Panel(s) & Workshop(s) Compensation FAQ's

Q: Can I get money back from doing panel(s) and workshop(s)?

A: Yes you can get some money back from doing your panel(s) / workshop(s).

Q: How any panel(s) / workshop(s) do I need to do to get money back?

A: This will depend on how many hours in total you have done in confirmed panel(s) / workshop(s).

Q: What do you mean by confirmed panel(s) / Workshop(s)

A: Confirmed panel(s) / workshop(s) will be ones that are up on the master schedule at a set date & time & you are present at said panel.

Q: We have like 6 people running the panel / workshop do we all get compensation?

A: No we only compensate up to one person per panel or two persons per workshop you will have to choose who gets the compensation.

Q: What’s the compensation structure for so-many-hours done?

A: Below is a list showing what you can receive in compensation for so many hours done.

Saturday/Sunday Compensation:

1-2 Hours:

10% off preregistration membership

2.5-4 Hours:

15% off preregistration membership

4.5-7 Hours:

20% off preregistration membership + T Shirt