The festival’s program runs the gamut from indie to industry, tech talks to rare retrospectives.
Simon Otto, the show’s supervising director, was head of character animation on the “How to Train Your Dragon” trilogy.
A new full-sized pinscreen — only the third in existence — has arrived in Quebec. Its creator talks us through the painstaking process of assembling it.
Drouin was known for the striking shorts he made at the National Film Board of Canada, such as “Mindscape” and “Imprints.”
Another winner was “Hayop Ka! The Nimfa Dimaano Story,” a decidedly adult rom-com from the Philippines.
The new Toronto base will work on vfx for film and episodic projects, feature animation, and technology.
The Vancouver-based studio is capitalizing on rapid growth in the pandemic.
This one’s for the stop motion gang!
The union’s main goal is to ensure that ex-employees receive their severance payments.
The studio is set to open in January 2022. Its first production will be a “Moana” spin-off series.
The studio was working on multiple feature animation projects for Netflix at the time of shutdown.
The studio is welcoming vfx supervisors Dottie Starling, Damien Hurgon, and Ellen Poon, as well as feature animation head of production Nathan Santell.
Damon Pourshian, who claims Pixar ripped off his student film “Inside Out,” has won an appeal in an Ontario court.
The festival will also host the world premiere of a documentary about Tippett, directed by his daughter.
The virtual edition of Ottawa will run from September 22 to October 3.
Based in L.A. and Montreal, the new studio will work on “premiere real-time 2d and 3d series and features.”
The virtual festival will run August 5–25 and be geo-locked for Canadians.
Oasis’s union was the first animation union to be accredited in Canada.
We watched all the feature pitches at Annecy’s MIFA market. Here are the three we liked best.