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.
As things stand, the festival will hold an IRL edition in Croatia in June.
Terry Gilliam, Peter Chung, and Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis will be among the guests at the virtual festival, which takes place on April 5–11.
The historical drama is fresh from its win at the Césars, France’s equivalent of the Oscars.
Anima Festival, Cartoon Movie, Tricky Women, and Animation Dingle are among the festivals that are avoiding physical gatherings.
Bastien Dubois’s animated short “Souvenir Souvenir” picked up a prize too.
The online festival, which takes place January 18–31, will showcase the cutting edge of Austria’s indie animation scene.
The new event will still feature an animation element, but the festival’s co-founder and director Sayoko Kinoshita will not be involved.
Forget about live animation events in the U.S. in the first half of next year.
Polish film “Kill it and Leave This Town” took the feature film prize.
Sketching tours of historic sites and projections on Kilkenny Castle are on the schedule for one of this year’s most unique animation events.
This week we look at shifting theatrical schedules, Fox’s big commitment to animation, and talk to Pixelatl head José Iñesta about Mexico’s evolving animation industry.
Nihei’s new film “Polka-Dot Boy” premieres this week at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
For less than $50, you can attend a Californian convention and a Canadian animation festival from your couch this week.
Supernova will unfold across outdoor projections, as well as online screenings.