A revered name in French film will distribute an animated feature for the first time in its nearly sixty-year history.
Here are the contending animated features for this year’s European Film Awards, set to be presented on December 7 in Berlin, Germany.
Pitches for 85 new European series and specials were presented over three days at Cartoon Forum – here’s what we learned at the event.
Our report on new shows from day one of Cartoon Forum.
“Funan” opens today in Los Angeles.
A pudgy little man dreams of being Tarzan.
The animal-centric version of the Jules Verne novel stars a marmoset and a scheming frog.
Winner of both the Goya and European Film Award, “Another Day of Life” will be released this year in the U.S.
An abstract music video for Piloot’s “Gyre.”
These highly individualistic and bold animated features are guaranteed to challenge and inspire filmgoers.
This major animation event is where deals gets made for European animated features.
“This Magnificent Cake!” won the top prize in a majority live-action film line-up.
The film combines cg animation and documentary footage to recount the true-life adventures of a Polish journalist in Angola at the start of the country’s civil war in 1975.
Macho men, chicks, dogs, guns, cars, and motorcycles.
The directors of the Annie Award-nominated feature film “This Magnificent Cake!” spoke with Cartoon Brew about their one-of-a-kind stop-motion project.
The bittersweet life story of a young girl who grows up to be a crazy old cat lady.
Cartoon Network’s first animated series from Denmark had a heroic night at the European Animation Awards.
Watch the trailers for the animated shorts that will compete at Sundance next month.
Here are the contending animated features for this year’s European Film Awards, set to be presented on December 15 in Seville, Spain.
In addition to “Funan,” the Spanish film “Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles” was also recognized with a special jury prize.
The 29th edition of Cartoon Forum, the renowned European co-production platform for animated television and new media projects, starts next Monday, September 10, in Toulouse, France.