Animation power players, both on the creative and executive side, are scheduled to speak at the 3rd annual Women in Animation World Summit.
“I Lost My Body,” the only animated feature in competition at Cannes Critics’ Week, has won the grand prize.
Tribeca attendees had a massive range of styles, narratives (both linear and non-linear), gameplay, and immersion to choose from this year.
The grand prix comes with a cash prize of 15,000 euros.
Ninety vr projects were submitted to Annecy this year; nine were chosen.
Jérémy Clapin’s highly-anticipated feature film directorial debut will premiere at Cannes.
Tribeca Film Festival is a key event to discover immersive vr/ar experiences, many of them which use animation.
The hand-drawn feature will be part of Cannes’ Un Certain Regard section.
With festival attendance booming, Annecy is becoming an important stop for the American studios to preview and premiere animation projects.
Nearly half of Annecy’s feature film selections come from Asia this year.
The festival will present 15 features from Asia, Europe, North America, and South America, many of which will be making their Asian or Chinese premieres at the festival.
107 films will compete in Annecy 2019’s graduation, TV, and commissioned film categories.
“There are no experts in virtual reality,” says Corentin Lambot. “If someone says they are one, don’t believe them.”
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The French animation festival has announced 80 films in its first group of competition selections.
113 films were selected for the competition programs at Animafest Zagreb.
It’s the first time that Warner Bros. has made an entire series of cartoonist-driven Looney Tunes in nearly 60 years.
GLAS is back for its fourth year with an incredible slate of programming.
“Playmobil” will be the opening night film at Annecy 2019.
Guests include Peter Lord, Mark Osborne, Vernon Chatman, and Katariina Lillqvist.