The latest Google Spotlight is as much experiment as short, pushing the limits of interaction between the viewer and character.
Lots of people are discovering “Bea and Cad” this week – here’s a look at what’s next for these characters.
Created by ex-Disney artists, Taiko Studios had to learn some new tricks in international collaboration to create its first project, “One Small Step.”
The highly-anticipated stop-motion film from “Oh Willy…” directors Emma de Swaef and Marc Roels will premiere at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight.
Despite the winding path his idea took, creator Carl Faruolo is simply happy that Nickelodeon is finally letting people see what he made.
An unconventional animated documentary makes the cut at Cannes Critics’ Week.
Four animated projects are getting the spotlight at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight sidebar.
“How to Train Your Dragon 3” director Dean DeBlois will speak in France about the new film.
This year, Polish filmmaker Marta Pajek is the only animation filmmaker in contention for Canne’s Short Film Palme d’or.
A look at the nominees of the Ibero-American Quirino Awards, which will be presented tonight.
With her first three shorts, Niki Lindroth von Bahr has established herself as an important voice in stop-motion filmmaking.
It took 32 years, but a woman has finally directed a Pixar short.
After being criminally overlooked by Academy members during last year’s Oscar race, Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s “The Burden” emerged triumphant last night at the 2018 GLAS Animation Festival.
The company-wide event provides the studio’s artists not only a chance to let off steam, but to also showcase their unique creative talents.
Annecy, the world’s largest animation festival, has announced the short films that’ll be in competition at its 2018 edition.
In France, where short films are financed by subsidies, the short film distribution strategy developed by Luce Grosjean is inspired by the way American short directors consider their films: a stepping stone to other projects.
Congrats to all the filmmakers who were selected for GLAS, America’s most important animation festival.
We sent a reporter to the Sundance and Slamdance film festivals to check out animated films – and what we found surprised us.
Three animated features and four animated shorts have been nominated for France’s highest filmmaking honor.