A total of 22 works — features, shorts, series, and video games — from nine Ibero-American countries are in contention for an award.
Little known outside of Quebec, Animation Vieux Montréal has emerged as one of Canada’s most successful animation schools.
An elderly couple is addicted to a psychedelic face cream.
Trapped in a synthetic meditation space, an empty shell seeks power.
As Sean waits anxiously in the local pub, he is forced to explore his own unhappy memories and relationships in an evening that will leave him changed forever.
Through short, humorous vignettes, a critique of the diverse social issues permeating throughout South Korean culture.
In a world that worships the Almighty Eye, two siblings find themselves escaping from sacrifice, only to discover their world is not what it appeared to be.
A neurotic middle-aged man faces an all-consuming identity crisis, as his marriage disintegrates and he is forced to express a deep, hidden desire.
In a snowed-in mountain village, the inhabitants await the arrival of The Man With Birds, who announces the end of winter.
Two drunk friends accidentally walk into a crime scene.
The film, by students from France’s École des Nouvelles Images, beat two other nominees in the awards’ third edition.
The last letter of the alphabet struggles to find his way in a world that constantly reminds him of his place at the end.
The Danish school’s bachelor projects comprise half a dozen films and a video game. All but one is available to view online.
Dorian is on her own playing wall ball when she discovers a hole in the wall that reveals a public hook up spot.
The French school produced five signal films for this year’s Annecy Festival. Watch them all here.
The “Iliad” is awesome.
Winner of a 2017 Student Academy Award. 🎥Watch now!🎥
107 films will compete in Annecy 2019’s graduation, TV, and commissioned film categories.
Winner of the Vimeo Staff Pick Award at GLAS Animation Festival 2019.