Watch Pixelatl 2022’s charming festival trailer Aquí te encuentras from director Julio Pacheco.
This year’s OIAF runs September 21-25.
Cartoon Brew’s Cole Delaney documents his first in-person trip to the world’s biggest international animation festival.
Titles from Brazil, Peru, Mexico, and Chile were just a few from the increasingly prominent Latin American contingent at this year’s Annecy.
Against all odds, this self-taught group of filmmakers is producing a traditionally-animated feature film in Pakistan..
We’ve picked out three… well four, of the most exciting European projects to catch our eye at this year’s Annecy festival.
At a joyous closing ceremony, awards were handed out and Mexico was unveiled as the country of honor for Annecy 2023.
From high-concept fantasy tales to deeply personal documentary, this year’s feature film pitches at Annecy’s MIFA market had a bit of everything.
Former Annecy winner Alberto Vázquez uses teddy bears and unicorns to deliver his colorful, vulgar, and hilarious anti-war allegory.
Cartoon Brew looks at three standout projects pitched at this year’s Nigeria Focus at Annecy’s MIFA.
Michaela Pavlátova’s My Sunny Maad took home the feature film prize.
“We have so much ability to love, but our ability to hate comes from the same place,” Baumane learned while researching the film.
WIA returns to Annecy 2022 to host a series of panels, a fireside chat, and the first-ever Stories x Women initiative.
The first Niigata International Animation Film Festival will take place in March 2023.
Bestia, Steakhouse, and To the Last Drop featured among the winners at this year’s Stuttgart Festival.
The festival’s opening night film is Anne-Laure Daffis and Léo Marchand’s Les voisins de mes voisins sont mes voisins.
Michel Ocelot, Tomm Moore, and Florence Miailhe are just a few of the guests who will screen finished films and works in progress at the Moroccan event.
Annecy will host early looks at projects from Naoko Yamada, Genndy Tartakovsky, Aardman Animations, Skydance Animation, Tonko House, and others.
Annecy is back with an entirely in-person format for 2022, and boasts an appropriately stacked competition lineup for the occasion.
Three shorts and one live-action feature with animated sequences will screen at this year’s Cannes Critics’ Week.