The Polish event returns October 8–12 with a program of masterclasses, workshops, and other networking events for stop-motion filmmakers.
The program, which runs September 12–30, will screen “Ghost in the Shell,” “Paprika,” and “Summer Wars,” among others.
Artists assemble: California has a brand-new convention for you.
Dozens of Latin American series have been optioned, and moved into development and production thanks to the Ideatoon competition.
Mexico’s buzzing festival and conference returns to Cuernavaca, September 3–7. This year’s theme is “Roots & Tomorrow.”
High-profile industry artists are set to speak at the Ottawa Int’l Animation festival next month.
Mexico’s premier animation conference returns September 3–7. Other confirmed guests include “Mary and Max” director Adam Elliot.
The exhibition takes a comprehensive look at one of the most remarkable careers in Japanese animation. It runs until October 6.
Among the offerings is the world premiere of Disney’s second vr project, “A Kite’s Tail.”
Europe’s leading co-production platform for tv and SVOD animation will return to Toulouse, France on September 16–19.
A comedy show in London is inviting animators and vfx artists to share anecdotes about their career setbacks, in the spirit of fun.
From the vfx supervisor of Disney’s upcoming “The Lion King” to the director of “Klaus,” this year’s VIEW Conference will offer presentations from a wide range of industry all-stars.
The Concept Art Awards is the first awards show to celebrate the contributions of concept artists to the entertainment industry.
Twenty-four Latin American projects are participating in the program this year.
The conference takes place October 21-25 in Torino, Italy and brings together professionals working in interactive and immersive storytelling, computer graphics, animation, vfx, video games, vr, ar, and mixed reality projects.
Animation power players, both on the creative and executive side, are scheduled to speak at the 3rd annual Women in Animation World Summit.
Launched last fall, the L.A. organization has grown to nearly 500 members.
The day-long event will take place at DePaul University in Chicago on May 4.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Indian animation event.
The challenge for Latin American creators: telling stories about subjects and themes particular to their identity, without sacrificing broad global appeal.