You know, when I was a boy, I fell in love with the Virgin Mary. It happened in a little Bavarian town called Altötting.
The awards, which celebrate the best in Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American animation, will be held on May 29.
The major get-together for Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American animation is due to take place on Tenerife on May 27–29.
Cambodian textile factories, Parisian street urchins, an albino girl with telepathic powers — here lies the future of European feature animation.
Portuguese filmmaker Abi Feijó believes children should do more than just watch animation; they should also learn how to bring their own stories to life. And he’s been teaching kids how to create animated films for over 30 years.
The best of Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American animation was honored at the virtual ceremony.
Puberty is a peculiar time, characterized by enormous changes, insecurities and questionable choices. Now imagine if you add a global virus to the mix.
We speak to the renowned filmmaker ahead of the Annecy premiere of his autobiographical new film “Altötting.”
The animation of Latin America, Spain, and Portugal will be showcased through talks, presentations, screenings, and awards — all accessible online.
A total of 22 works — features, shorts, series, and video games — from nine Ibero-American countries are in contention for an award.
Don’t miss this opportunity: half of the shortlisted Oscar animated shorts are currently available to view online.
Seven of the ten shorts on the shortlist for the 2020 Academy Awards were made outside of the United States.
The awards, which honor animation from Latin America, Spain, and Portugal, will return to Tenerife on April 16–18, 2020.
Here are the contending animated features for this year’s European Film Awards, set to be presented on December 7 in Berlin, Germany.
In her autobiographical film, Regina Pessoa expands her repertoire, introducing object animation and wall drawings alongside hand-drawn animation.
The Ibero-American Animation Quirino White Paper lays the groundwork for collaborations and co-productions between 23 countries.
Animation production throughout Latin America is booming, but the region must overcome many hurdles to fully develop its industry.
The countries with the most-nominated animation projects are Spain (13), Brazil (7), and Colombia (5).
Spain, Brazil, and Argentina lead the way with the most nominated projects.
3D Wire is a one-stop event that offers an excellent overview of how Spain’s and Portugal’s animation industries are evolving.