The jury commended ‘Oneluv’ for the way its story was “told with imperfections, dirt, and a shivering style magnifying the story of abuse.”
Producers from 11 countries are represented in the six-picture lineup, creating an exciting and diverse field.
There are plenty of familiar titles heading to Zagreb this year, including a pair of Oscar nominees.
Michaela Pavlátova’s My Sunny Maad took home the feature film prize.
The films of “Bordo” were vivid portraits of the “little man” confronted with big problems.
The Oscar-qualified “The Nose or the Conspiracy of Mavericks” won the top feature prize.
A look at five notable shorts, from up-and-coming filmmakers and established pros alike, that will screen next week at the famed animation festival.
As things stand, the festival will hold an IRL edition in Croatia in June.
Other prizewinners include Soetkin Verstegen’s “Freeze Frame” and Nadja Andrasev’s “Symbiosis.”
A group of industry figures has drawn up a list of prominent women in animation. They hope it will help festivals to pick more female jurors.
Tomek Popakul’s punky “Acid Rain” continues it successful run on the festival circuit.
Gints Zilbalodis’ unconventional animated feature is screening in competition at both Zagreb Animafest and Annecy.
113 films were selected for the competition programs at Animafest Zagreb.
It’s part of a plan by the organization’s executive director to bring a “world-wide scope” to the awards show.
Four animated projects are getting the spotlight at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight sidebar.
The second-longest running animation festival in the world has a special focus this year on the connection between comics and animation.
How deliberate errors, unusual animation inputs, and ‘ugly’ simulations resulted in a one-of-a-kind animated short.
Our new Animation Festival Guide is a hand-picked list of calls for entries from respected festivals around the globe. This week, we add three new calls for entries from Annecy, France; Zagreb, Croatia; and Melbourne, Australia.
The 24th edition of Animafest Zagreb wrapped up today in Zagreb, Croatia. It is the second-oldest continually running animation festival in Europe, after Annecy. The Grand Prix for short film was awarded to Yumi Joung’s “Love Games.” A complete list of winners is below.