Vázquez is launching Imaxinaria, “To show the public the artistic and expressive possibilities of animation and bring this wonderful medium closer to them.”
Producers from 11 countries are represented in the six-picture lineup, creating an exciting and diverse field.
Alberto Vázquez’s epic fable about a religious war between teddy bears and unicorns is currently out in U.S. theaters and video on demand.
This year’s Quirino Awards will take place on May 13 in the Canary Island city of La Laguna, Tenerife.
The projects, in various stages of development and production, will present at Cartoon Movie in March.
The 2020 Annecy jury award-winning short about a soldier’s return to an isolated and depopulated village is now free to stream online.
‘Unicorn Wars’ producer Uniko has shadow-dropped a video game adaptation of Alberto Vázquez’s latest feature.
One of 2022’s hottest international animated features, ‘Unicorn Wars’ will get a U.S. theatrical run after the GKIDS pickup.
This year’s OIAF runs September 21-25.
Former Annecy winner Alberto Vázquez uses teddy bears and unicorns to deliver his colorful, vulgar, and hilarious anti-war allegory.
Adults, take heart: the rest of the world makes animated features for you, even if Hollywood doesn’t.
For the first time, audiences outside of L.A. will be able to experience Animation is Film, which is adding virtual screenings to its line-up this year.
2d animation performed well at this year’s edition of the awards, which honor animation from Spain, Portugal, and Latin America.
The awards, which celebrate the best in Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American animation, will be held on May 29.
Animated shorts that Academy voters should take some time to consider.
The winners at Spain’s equivalent of the Oscars will be announced on March 6.
Some of the best, funniest, and downright weirdest films on the animated shorts circuit are now available to view for free online.
War, gangsters, a drug-dealing piglet, and the gentle progress of an English couple’s marriage. Pixar this ain’t.
Are you ready for a crossover between “Apocalypse Now” and “Bambi”?
A round-up of upcoming animation festivals and events across the world.