A look at Chilean feature and series pitches at Annecy.
Disney also presented two other upcoming shows from white African creators at Annecy.
We watched all the feature pitches at Annecy’s MIFA market. Here are the three we liked best.
Mentorships are key. Talent is not all about artistry. Parents need to be educated. And more …
The Oscar-qualified “The Nose or the Conspiracy of Mavericks” won the top feature prize.
The theme this year: “The Business Case for Diversity.”
The festival will take place next month both in-person in France and online for those who aren’t yet able to travel.
Asia is the best-represented continent, with eight films in all.
Over $70,000 in prize money was awarded to filmmakers at Stuttgart.
The hazards of social media, love for an IT technician, the solitude of Antarctica: these animated features offer something different than the usual.
The festival looks to build on the “huge success” of its first virtual edition.
The filmmaker and “Over the Garden Wall” art director reflects on his unusual career path.
The pitching event is a key platform for Central and Eastern European animation in particular.
Vaccines or no vaccines, Covid is far from done with wrecking the events calendar.
Anima Festival, Cartoon Movie, Tricky Women, and Animation Dingle are among the festivals that are avoiding physical gatherings.
The major get-together for Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American animation is due to take place on Tenerife on May 27–29.
The exhibition will look at Suzuki’s early career as a magazine editor and how it shaped his work as a producer.
Hedgehogs, ninjas, rainbows, and trolls — kids are well catered for at this year’s event.
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.”