This year’s conference boasts an incredible speaker lineup and several panels of the impact of AI.
This year’s lineup features 44 projects from 25 countries totaling more than 21 hours of interactive media.
Over $160,000 in grants are being given to projects that make use of new technological tools for animation or open-source software.
Without billions in backing or decades-old IPs, these indie producers are blazing a path in tv and feature animation.
Filmmaker Natalia Chernysheva was surprised recently to learn that her award-winning film was screening in festivals, under a different title and credited to another director.
Emanuele Kabu’s new short is made digitally on paper. We asked him how that’s possible.
Dozens of projects with animation are being presented at the event.
The video was produced by her Italian studio Ciang.
What does it feel like to attend an animation festival during the pandemic. One of our writers decided to find out for himself.
The conference features a stellar line-up of speakers, including Jennifer Yuh Nelson, Enrico Casarosa, and Dean DeBlois.
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The VIEW Conference has announced its first slate of speakers for its 2021 edition.
“Inu-Oh” will premiere at Venice in September, “Mad God” at Locarno in August.
Italy’s View Conference is offering 125 events free to stream this year.
The festival is taking place in real life (September 2–12), but the vr works will only be accessible online.
Quentin Tarantino goes on a wild ride in Roberto Biadi’s new short.
Dreamworks veteran Gabriele Pennacchioli is on board as executive producer.
Here are details on six upcoming festivals, only one of which has committed to going fully virtual.
A look at animators on Instagram.
A satire about issues related to climate change.
An experimental animated short film shot on Super 8 film, made with in-camera editing and no post production.
From the vfx supervisor of Disney’s upcoming “The Lion King” to the director of “Klaus,” this year’s VIEW Conference will offer presentations from a wide range of industry all-stars.
The conference takes place October 21-25 in Torino, Italy and brings together professionals working in interactive and immersive storytelling, computer graphics, animation, vfx, video games, vr, ar, and mixed reality projects.
These highly individualistic and bold animated features are guaranteed to challenge and inspire filmgoers.
This major animation event is where deals gets made for European animated features.
Nora Twomey, director of “The Breadwinner,” was presented with the VIEW’s Visionary Award.
The 29th edition of Cartoon Forum, the renowned European co-production platform for animated television and new media projects, starts next Monday, September 10, in Toulouse, France.
A high-powered assemblage of industry leaders, vfx supervisors, art directors, creative directors, storytellers, and musicians will gather in Italy next month for the VIEW Conference.