“Even though the industry is overflowing with female talent, it is not always highlighted,” says Pixelatl artistic director Christian Bermejo.
The festival is taking place in real life (September 2–12), but the vr works will only be accessible online.
Here are details on six upcoming festivals, only one of which has committed to going fully virtual.
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The symposium will be available to Annecy Online badgeholders from June 17.
The initiative aims to “inspire local creativity while raising the bar for independent animation worldwide.”
The animation of Latin America, Spain, and Portugal will be showcased through talks, presentations, screenings, and awards — all accessible online.
The 2020 edition of the Stuttgart International Animation Festival was a virtual success, but it’s no replacement for attending a festival in person.
The virtual event is running from May until August.
The group aims to see 50/50 gender parity across Austin’s expanding animation industry by 2025.
This is the first time in the conference’s 47-year history that it has been cancelled.
The event had been due to attract more than 110,000 people in Los Angeles.
The event will take place again in 2021.
Only three weeks ago, the festival’s organizers stated that an online edition would be “inconceivable.”
80 films have been selected for this year’s competition.
The fourth edition of the fast-growing conference will be held in Edinburgh on February 19–21.
The pitching platform for animated features takes place in Bordeaux, France from March 3–5.
GLAS has unveiled a slate of distinguished guests for its 5th edition.