The Oscar-qualified “The Nose or the Conspiracy of Mavericks” won the top feature prize.
The Russian government says “Out” violates its law against the distribution of “propaganda of non-traditional sexual relationships” among minors.
Soyuzmultfilm, Russia’s venerable state-owned studio, is behind the initiative.
A highly improbable crime caper concerning classic Soviet animation.
The studio, which produced the recent 2d feature “Ginger’s Tale,” didn’t provide a reason for the closure.
Meanwhile, Studio Ghibli’s “Earwig and the Witch” took $132,768 in five days in North America, and “The Croods: A New Age” remains one of the top releases in the U.S.
More than 60 years after the deaths, there has been a breakthrough in the case — and Disney was involved.
This weekend, animated films topped the box office in many major territories with a functioning theatrical sector.
There’s much, much more to this year’s race than “Soul” and “Wolfwalkers.”
These upcoming animated features are from Asia, South America, and Europe.
Here are the contending animated features at this year’s European Film Awards, set to be presented virtually on December 12.
Prokhorov co-founded the Soviet Union’s first private animation studio and created the hugely successful series “Kikoriki.”
The six-minute video, which was produced at Malaysia’s Animasia Studio, has racked up 12 million views and counting.
Seven of the ten shorts on the shortlist for the 2020 Academy Awards were made outside of the United States.
A video is dedicated to the lives of endangered bird species.
Showrunner Anton Vereschagin shares the pipeline and tech challenges that come with producing a high-quality cg series in Russia.
Today’s Short Pick is “Sketches,” a funny piece of experimental cg from Russia.
Watch the third episode of our new limited series about animation production around the world.
“The Snow Queen: Mirrorlands,” the fourth installment in the popular Russian animation franchise, is due to open in Russian theaters on January 1, 2019.
An experimental film that explores the behavior of artificial light and color in digital environments.
By mixing abstraction, collage, drawing, and animation the author invites us into a spontaneous and unsystematic research of potential of the animation and leads us into the world of irrepressible imagination.