Among the selections is ‘Chicken for Linda!’ which won the top feature film prize at Annecy last month.
Several titles spanning back to the 1930s have been digitized and were screened at this year’s Annecy Festival.
Without billions in backing or decades-old IPs, these indie producers are blazing a path in tv and feature animation.
The biggest Annecy ever, by a lot, wrapped tonight with an awards gala befitting its incredible competition lineups.
After arguing that animation productions punch above their weight compared to live-action films and series, the group called on the EU to adjust the AVMS Directive.
In an Annecy masterclass, del Toro said recent box office hits like ‘Spider-Man’ and ‘Mario’ could convince studios to give more leeway to animation filmmakers.
Industry executives discuss how decades-old stories don’t always work with contemporary standards of representation, storytelling, and relatability.
Annecy’s MIFA Feature Pitches offered up a visually and narratively diverse lineup that we’ll be tracking in the years to come.
Director Joël Vaudreuil spoke to us about the film’s small-town influences and making the jump from short to feature filmmaking.
Directors Nick Bruno and Troy Quane spoke with us about the visual development of the film’s medieval/futuristic world and characters.
We’ve put together a list of ten shorts that demonstrate the breadth and diversity available at this year’s Annecy Festival.
With so many screenings, panels, workshops, pitches, and parties, it’s impossible to catch everything at Annecy.
Two of the children and one adult are in “serious condition.” All six were taken to the hospital.
This year’s WIA World Summit will place a special emphasis on gender justice.
’27’ is the first animated short to win the prize since ‘Waves ’98’ did so in 2015.
The conversation also includes some valuable advice for any young artist looking to get into directing.
Buda talks to us about how her work has evolved since ‘Entropia’ and what she wants to do differently on her next film.
Vázquez is launching Imaxinaria, “To show the public the artistic and expressive possibilities of animation and bring this wonderful medium closer to them.”
Other Annecy highlights include debuts for ‘Nimona’ and ‘Ruby Gillman’ plus tons of high-profile first looks.
In total, 17 films, series, and interactive works will host WIP presentations at this year’s Annecy.