“Bob Spit – We Do Not Like People” is the first Latin American feature to win the top feature prize at the Ottawa Int’l Animation Festival.
The festival’s program runs the gamut from indie to industry, tech talks to rare retrospectives.
L.A. dwellers: here’s your chance to see the buzziest indie features on the festival circuit.
Mahboobeh Kalaee’s experimental mixed-media short “The Fourth Wall” won Fantoche’s international competition for best film.
The British-made film from Disney’s 20th Century Studios and Locksmith Animation will get a festival launch in London.
Entries are currently open — and free.
Another winner was “Hayop Ka! The Nimfa Dimaano Story,” a decidedly adult rom-com from the Philippines.
This one’s for the stop motion gang!
Following the demise of Hiroshima International Animation Festival, the new Hiroshima Animation Season will hold its first edition on August 17–21, 2022.
The festival will also host the world premiere of a documentary about Tippett, directed by his daughter.
The virtual edition of Ottawa will run from September 22 to October 3.
This could well be the longest standing ovation the festival has ever given to an animated film.
The festival will also host the world premiere of “Satoshi Kon, The Illusionist,” a documentary about the late anime master.
Read the full list of winners at Annecy 2021, a strong year for animated documentaries.
For the first time, audiences outside of L.A. will be able to experience Animation is Film, which is adding virtual screenings to its line-up this year.
A look at five notable shorts, from up-and-coming filmmakers and established pros alike, that will screen next week at the famed animation festival.
The festival will take place next month both in-person in France and online for those who aren’t yet able to travel.
The festival looks to build on the “huge success” of its first virtual edition.
The world’s leading animation festival will be held this year on June 14–19. The organizers are planning a hybrid edition.