Scott Christian Sava accomplished one of the hardest things possible: producing a high-quality independent cg feature. But he wasn’t prepared for the distribution challenges that followed after the film was finished.
Films made in 23 different countries will be presented in Annecy’s official feature film selections.
Annecy, the world’s largest animation festival, has announced the short films that’ll be in competition at its 2018 edition.
We take a look at some promising upcoming Latin American animation projects.
This is a unique opportunity to pitch your animation project at a world-class industry event.
“The Breadwinner” claimed two of the three awards presented at the first edition of the Animation Is Film festival.
A new animation festival taking place all weekend in Los Angeles will present the innovative animated features being produced around the world.
The Animation is Film Festival has assembled an extraordinary line-up for its first-ever edition, set to take place in Los Angeles next month.
A major animation festival is coming to Los Angeles for the first time in many years.
The much-buzzed-about oil-painted feature “Loving Vincent” will launch in the U.S. in September.
The Chinese animated feature “Have A Nice Day” is headed to U.S. theaters this fall.
The first edition of Annecy Asia will take place in Seoul in 2019.
Los Angeles is getting a major new animation festival.
Tenerife is showing off its fast-growing animation industry at the Annecy Festival this week.
Watch the exclusive teaser for “Sonaria,” produced by Kevin Dart’s boutique studio Chromosphere.
Watch the trailer for “Mutafukaz,” the feature film collab between France’s Ankama and Japan’s Studio4°C.
The Chinese government doesn’t want you to see this animated feature.
An Annecy veteran gives some helpful advice for how to navigate the biggest international animation film festival and market.
Women in Animation is holding a symposium at Annecy as part of its continuing efforts to create a 50/50 gender balance in creative leadership roles by 2025.
With over 100 animated features in development and production across Latin America, the region is setting itself up for an animation renaissance.