The countries with the most-nominated animation projects are Spain (13), Brazil (7), and Colombia (5).
With over 100 animated features in development and production across Latin America, the region is setting itself up for an animation renaissance.
The first Brazilian animated film was shown in theaters on January 22, 1917.
Acting instructor Ed Hooks explores the animated performances of this year’s five feature animation nominees.
A melting pot of graphic techniques was used to create the film: collage, colored pencil, felt pens, Bic pens, painting of all types…watercolor, acrylic paint.
Low-budget features and South American contenders are competing alongside Pixar this year.
Our look at four animated features that could upset the Oscar race and sneak in as nominees.
Cartoon Brew presents an exclusive gallery of the sensitive and whimsical character designs of Alê Abreu’s extraordinary feature film.
“Boy and the World” is angling to become the first Brazilian (not to mention South American) film nominated for an animated feature Academy Award.
The award-winning Brazilian director Alê Abreu reveals details exclusively to Cartoon Brew about his next animated feature.
See the full list of winners from Portugal’s Cinanima festival.
I just returned from an awesome week in Bucharest, Romania where I was on the jury of the 9th edition of the Anim’est festival.
The Annecy International Animated Film Festival, the world’s oldest and biggest animation festival, wrapped up its 38th edition on June 14th. Here is the complete list of winners.
Foreign animation distributor GKIDS announced yesterday that they have acquired North American rights to the Brazilian film “Boy and the World.”
Today the Annecy International Animated Film Festival announced the feature film selections for their 2014 edition. Eighteen films were selected—nine in competition and nine out of competition. A total of 68 animated features were submitted this year.