Nearly half of Annecy’s feature film selections come from Asia this year.
These highly individualistic and bold animated features are guaranteed to challenge and inspire filmgoers.
107 films will compete in Annecy 2019’s graduation, TV, and commissioned film categories.
Winner of the Vimeo Staff Pick Award at GLAS Animation Festival 2019.
The French animation festival has announced 80 films in its first group of competition selections.
It’s the first time that Warner Bros. has made an entire series of cartoonist-driven Looney Tunes in nearly 60 years.
Director Jeremy Clapin and producer Marc du Pontavice give Cartoon Brew an exclusive first look at one of the year’s most original animated features, “I Lost My Body.”
A young woman follows a trail of colored threads that leads deep into a thick dark forest, untangling them as she goes, hoping to find the answers to her lingering fears.
This major animation event is where deals gets made for European animated features.
French animation legend Michel Ocelot wins the César for his feature film “Dilili in Paris.”
“Playmobil” will be the opening night film at Annecy 2019.
“Dilili in Paris” becomes the second César-nominated animated feature this year to get a U.S. distribution deal.
“This Magnificent Cake!” won the top prize in a majority live-action film line-up.
Knights climb the tower to find Princess Rapunzel and deliver her from a monster.
The film is the latest Netflix acquisition in a long list of animated acquisitions and original productions to be released in the near future.
France’s highest film honor has announced its nominations for the best French animation projects of 2018.
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.
Grand prize winner at Animafest Zagreb 2018 and best non-narrative animation at Ottawa 2018, “La Chute” is now online.
In the second part of this exclusive series, we explore the production design of “Animal Behaviour,” “Bird Karma,” “Late Afternoon,” “Grandpa Walrus,” and “Weekends.”
A late-in-the-game arrival, but our pick for the best Disney animated short of 2018 is “The Little Duck.”