In this exclusive series, the filmmakers behind each of this year’s Oscar-shortlisted shorts reveal their favorite shots.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced the shortlists in 10 different categories, including animated short film and visual effects.
The series debuted in Latin America earlier this month, and and English-language version is planned for 2024.
The 2d horror-thriller unspools in colonial Mexico where a Spanish priest must seek healing from the natives he once condemned.
‘Humo’ is the heartbreakingly innocent first-person account of a small boy living in a Nazi concentration camp.
From A-list masterclasses to historic short film screenings, there’s a lot to see and do at Pixelatl 2023.
Director Silvia Prietov spoke with us about the honor she and her team felt in being asked to produce the short.
Several titles spanning back to the 1930s have been digitized and were screened at this year’s Annecy Festival.
Without billions in backing or decades-old IPs, these indie producers are blazing a path in tv and feature animation.
We spoke with animation organizations from around the world that are spearheading the industry’s green push.
Paris-based vfx-animation company Hecat has joined Mexican’s Ocelotl Co and Brazil’s Origem on the feature.
Titles from Brazil, Peru, Mexico, and Chile were just a few from the increasingly prominent Latin American contingent at this year’s Annecy.
We speak to the directors and designers behind Mexico’s ambitious stop-motion series.
Recognizing the Mexican and Mexican-American artists who have made immense contributions to the development of the American animation industry.
For the second year in a row, it will take place in an online format, making it accessible to a global audience.
Animator, filmmaker, entrepreneur: to many, Ruíz was the father of Mexican animation.
Latin America’s leading animation festival will be held virtually on September 7–11.
2d animation performed well at this year’s edition of the awards, which honor animation from Spain, Portugal, and Latin America.
The series is in the works at Cinema Fantasma, whose film “Revoltoso” we exclusively premiered last year.
“The most important element is to have great confidence in your team,” says Rafatoon of directing animation in the Zoom age.