Our fourth look at contenders that have qualified for the 2023 Oscars.
The other seven categories dropped from last year’s live broadcast will also be back for March’s awards ceremony.
The short was produced by Melbourne, Australia-based Gibbon Animation.
These shorts have impressed at festivals around the world, and three have already scored Student Academy Awards.
In our second list of the year, we check out five titles which have qualified for this year’s animated short Oscars race.
Netflix’s most-nominated project is “Maya and the Three;” Disney’s is “Ciao Alberto.”
‘World of Tomorrow’ won dozens of awards during its festival run before being nominated for the best animated short Oscar in 2016.
The platform aims to be a space for short films where “the attention is from people who are purposely seeking out quality, rather than having it shoved towards them by an algorithm.”
Japanese animation shone brightly at the 2022 Ottawa International Animation Festival awards on Saturday evening.
For the first time since 2019, student winners are invited to an in-person ceremony on Thursday, October 20, in Los Angeles.
Our Cartoon Brew Pick of the Day is Nata Metlukh’s self-produced Regular, a film about fonts with almost no text.
Wallace, executive producer Maisie Williams, and Syrian filmmaker Hassan Akkad will also participate in a panel about the film’s themes.
Denver’s Supernova 7th Dimension Festival will feature in-person and online screenings, with many free to the public.
‘A Town Called Panic: The Summer Holidays’ and ‘Bird in the Peninsula’ also scored multiple honors.
Two animated features will also screen at the prestigious Toronto film festival.
These nine Oscar-contending animated shorts have built momentum heading into awards season.
Xi Chen’s cut-out films take a slow dive into personal stories in order to tackle larger societal and cultural issues in China.
The 18th edition of Berlin’s character design conference, Pictoplasma, will return to in-person activities this fall.
Pelstring’s animation is akin to watching early 1980s television on a broken down portable tv set while ingesting a small dose of mescaline.
The film by the pioneering Latin American animation director was discovered in a group of old film cans.