Welcome to our series of interviews with the directors of this year’s Oscar-nominated animated shorts.
The world’s leading animation festival will be held this year on June 14–19. The organizers are planning a hybrid edition.
The French animation studio behind Netflix’s “City of Ghosts” walks us through their approach on this unorthodox series.
The list includes World War II drama “The Most Precious of Cargoes,” from Oscar-winning director Michel Hazanavicius.
Léonard Cohen directs this feature about French-Iraqi journalist Feurat Alani’s relationship with Iraq.
The winners were announced at a socially distanced ceremony in Paris.
Bastien Dubois speaks about the decade-long creation of his searing documentary short.
Online players describe their struggles with swatting, a life-threatening cyber-harassment phenomenon that looms over them whenever they play.
The platform also features the ten Oscar-shortlisted shorts. Best of all: it’s free (for those in the industry).
This year’s awards are the first to be held since the creation of a dedicated animation branch at the César Academy.
“Tout était nouveau pour moi, dans ce film,” dit Laudenbach.
“Everything in this film was new to me,” says Laudenbach.
Ten films were shortlisted in the short and vfx Academy Award categories.
The arthouse distributor which released the Oscar-winning “Parasite” paid a seven-figure sum for the European co-pro.
French artist Marie Paccou has added a new invention to the long history of animation production: the umbrellotrope.
“The more you expand your own emotional journey through life, the more the movie gives back to you,” says Desrumaux.
There’s much, much more to this year’s race than “Soul” and “Wolfwalkers.”
Hedgehogs, ninjas, rainbows, and trolls — kids are well catered for at this year’s event.
The chart, compiled by animator and educator Marco Sensei, gives invaluable data on one of the world’s biggest animation producers.
Haunted castles, warring salamanders, migrants on a magical journey, and more…