Here are the contending animated features for this year’s European Film Awards, set to be presented on December 7 in Berlin, Germany.
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According to Chomet, the school will be among the first in France to teach some courses in English.
Jérémy Clapin’s award-winning feature will hit select U.S. theaters on November 15, and streaming two weeks later.
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It’s an unusually competitive year with lots of high-profile films in contention.
In a world that worships the Almighty Eye, two siblings find themselves escaping from sacrifice, only to discover their world is not what it appeared to be.
Gitanjali Rao’s hand-painted feature is an ambitious tale of love and loss in India’s biggest metropolis.
Netflix will be pushing both of these animated features during awards season.
In a snowed-in mountain village, the inhabitants await the arrival of The Man With Birds, who announces the end of winter.
In three shot progressions, Sergio López reveals how he animated the beloved Gallic characters in “Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion.”
The third edition of the European Animation Awards will not take place in December, as had previously been scheduled.
Winner of over 125 festival prizes and nominated for an Oscar, “Negative Space” is now online.
The film, by students from France’s École des Nouvelles Images, beat two other nominees in the awards’ third edition.
We speak to the filmmakers of three short animated documentaries from the current festival circuit and learn how they came to be made.
“Revue du Film d’Animation” will only be published in French — to begin with, at least.