“We have so much ability to love, but our ability to hate comes from the same place,” Baumane learned while researching the film.
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?
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.
The mountaineering drama will be reaching for an Oscar nomination.
The film will launch November 30 on the streaming service.
The young company aims to fund five projects a year in the $6M–$30M budget range, with a current focus on animation.
The list includes World War II drama “The Most Precious of Cargoes,” from Oscar-winning director Michel Hazanavicius.
Hedgehogs, ninjas, rainbows, and trolls — kids are well catered for at this year’s event.
China’s popular streaming service is actively looking for European production partners.
The film, about a shipwrecked boy and his dog, is based on a novel by “War Horse” scribe Michael Morpurgo.
The film premieres this Saturday in Toronto.
“Wolfwalkers” will stream around the world on Apple TV+ following its theatrical run.
The feature, an adaptation of Jiro Taniguchi’s famed manga, was presented as a work in progress at Annecy.
It isn’t all about Disney and Pixar in this awards race. These smaller-scale films from abroad also warrant attention from the Academy.
Three other animated features also won awards at the 2019 edition of Animation is Film.
Here are the contending animated features for this year’s European Film Awards, set to be presented on December 7 in Berlin, Germany.
Antín harnessed pre-Columbian iconography as the basis for the film’s character and production design.
“Funan” opens today in Los Angeles.
Here’s the first look at the emotionally-charged adult animated feature “The Swallows of Kabul.”
“Little Nicholas” will be the first hand-drawn feature from On Animation.
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.
Cartoon Network’s first animated series from Denmark had a heroic night at the European Animation Awards.
Here are the contending animated features for this year’s European Film Awards, set to be presented on December 15 in Seville, Spain.
In addition to “Funan,” the Spanish film “Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles” was also recognized with a special jury prize.