Annecy is back with an entirely in-person format for 2022, and boasts an appropriately stacked competition lineup for the occasion.
Yuasa’s other credits include cult favorite Lu Over the Wall and episodes of Japan Sinks: 2020 and Adventure Time.
Riot now holds a significant non-controlling stake in Paris-based Fortiche.
The 2d-animated drama is based on the life of German-Jewish painter Charlotte Salomon.
The festival, however, has said that it will continue to support anti-war filmmakers who live in the country.
The independently produced European feature was directed by former Pixar animator Carlo Vogele.
The film follows a lovelorn poet in Bavaria in 1812 as he undertakes a dangerous journey across mountains, ice, and snow.
With subtle colors and rich imagery, the film tells a tale of love and separation in the wake of the Vietnam War.
The film tells the tale of Bristle, a girl raised by dragons who embarks on a journey of discovery in the world of humans.
The French studio wants to avoid “the watered-down things” that result from Hollywood’s profit-seeking formula, says “Arcane” lead animator Alexis Wanneroy.
“The very limited portion allocated to animation . . . constitutes a real disappointment and lack of understanding from the platforms,” says one organization.
Fifty-seven animated features will be presented at Cartoon Movie next March.
Adults, take heart: the rest of the world makes animated features for you, even if Hollywood doesn’t.
They include some of the year’s most acclaimed films. But do they stand a chance against Hollywood?
Critics like the film as much as award voters do.
Director Patrick Imbert talks us through the staging of a single scene in his mountaineering epic.
With a 100% Tomatometer score, it’s safe to say that critics are impressed by Netflix’s ambitious European feature.
“Flee” picked up nominations in three categories.
As the French family film qualifies for an Oscar, its creators are working on two follow-up specials.
There’s good news for students from Calarts, Ringling College of Art & Design, Cleveland Institute of Art, and France’s MoPA.