“Flee” picked up nominations in three categories.
Haunted castles, warring salamanders, migrants on a magical journey, and more…
The new venture will leverage the proprietary Trioscope technology, which marries live-action performances and animated environments.
These indie animated features remind us that there isn’t — or shouldn’t have to be — anything inevitable about Hollywood’s dominance at the Oscars.
A film that speaks out about the Polish government’s attack on women’s rights.
Events include a recruitment session for Oregon’s Laika studio and individual consultations with industry experts.
To find the freshest approaches in commercial cg animation, it pays to look beyond theatrical animation.
Ahead of its Annecy screening, director Mariusz Wilczyński tells us how he made “the first feature animated art film in the history of Polish cinema.”
See the teaser that was released today.
The Polish event returns October 8–12 with a program of masterclasses, workshops, and other networking events for stop-motion filmmakers.
Winner of both the Goya and European Film Award, “Another Day of Life” will be released this year in the U.S.
Marta Pajek discusses the ideas behind her captivating and complex short film trilogy “Impossible Figures and Other Stories.”
The film combines cg animation and documentary footage to recount the true-life adventures of a Polish journalist in Angola at the start of the country’s civil war in 1975.
A young girl decides to have a sweet solo pleasure session, but not everything goes according to plan.
Cartoon Network’s first animated series from Denmark had a heroic night at the European Animation Awards.
Watch the trailers for the animated shorts that will compete at Sundance next month.
Here are the contending animated features for this year’s European Film Awards, set to be presented on December 15 in Seville, Spain.
SMODO wants to make stop motion a more widely accessible animation technique.
A look at what’s happening animation-wise in various countries around the world.
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.
Applications are now open for the event’s free three-day intensive workshops with industry pros.