Here are details on six upcoming festivals, only one of which has committed to going fully virtual.
The Ottawa International Animation Festival has picked 92 shorts and 6 features in competition for its 2020 edition.
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For the first time, the top feature prize went to a film that no one got to see.
A celebration of Latin America’s carnivals, a satire of Britain’s bleak urban developments, a fable about a world literally turned on its head, and more…
An Egyptian fantasy, a transgender murder mystery, an apocalyptic coming-of-age tragicomedy, and more…
The feature, an adaptation of Jiro Taniguchi’s famed manga, was presented as a work in progress at Annecy.
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For less than $17, experience the first virtual edition of the famous Annecy festival.
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Twenty animated features will be presented during next month’s online-only edition of Annecy.
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 event itself may be canceled, but Annecy’s competitions are running as usual this year.
The virtual event (May 5–10) will feature both free and paid-for strands.
The spread of the coronavirus has raised a fundamental question: What makes a festival a festival?
The Berkeley-based festival is handing out its full set of awards despite canceling this year’s edition.
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His forthcoming feature “The French Dispatch” features some animation.
80 films have been selected for this year’s competition.
Cartoon Brew visited the latest edition of the festival, which ran in December in the Slovenian capital Ljubljana.