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.
The character art conference’s first virtual edition will be live-streamed on September 18–19.
“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.
Best of all: everything is free!
The trailer’s director Paco Zamudio talks to us about the state of Mexican and Latin American animation.
The future of pitching is…masks!
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.