The exhibition will look at Suzuki’s early career as a magazine editor and how it shaped his work as a producer.
The online festival, which takes place January 18–31, will showcase the cutting edge of Austria’s indie animation scene.
INBTWN bills itself as an “animation convention & festival built from the ground-up for today’s digital audiences.”
Find out what the events are looking for and how to apply.
The festival’s industry events will be held online and free to all. Film screenings have been postponed to next year.
These upcoming animated features are from Asia, South America, and Europe.
A rift has emerged between the organizations that ran Hiroshima Int’l Animation Festival for more than 35 years.
Organizers say it’s impossible to hold the event in person given “continued uncertainty surrounding the future of COVID-19 and worldwide travel precautions.”
We speak to finalists in this year’s pitching contest about the benefits and challenges of creating animated IP in the region.
The new event will still feature an animation element, but the festival’s co-founder and director Sayoko Kinoshita will not be involved.
Springboard is where Europe’s young generation of animation creators come to pitch their brightest ideas.
Forget about live animation events in the U.S. in the first half of next year.
We dive into the feature projects presented at this year’s pitching forum.
Italy’s View Conference is offering 125 events free to stream this year.
Other prizewinners include Soetkin Verstegen’s “Freeze Frame” and Nadja Andrasev’s “Symbiosis.”
Sketching tours of historic sites and projections on Kilkenny Castle are on the schedule for one of this year’s most unique animation events.
“Malaysia is like a hidden gem — not talked up a lot globally. It’s a quiet giant of animation.”
For less than $50, you can attend a Californian convention and a Canadian animation festival from your couch this week.
Hundreds of would-be attendees cancelled their participation in the past week leading the event to move online.