Hedgehogs, ninjas, rainbows, and trolls — kids are well catered for at this year’s event.
Cambodian textile factories, Parisian street urchins, an albino girl with telepathic powers — here lies the future of European feature animation.
Utter chaos defines the last 30 days in the animation world.
The Spanish sales agency has picked up international rights to Espinet’s debut feature, which is based on his graphic novel.
The projects include feature films, series, games, and works of augmented and virtual reality.
Human marionettes, Chinese mythology, and sex ed, Danish-style: here’s what caught our eye on the co-production forum’s first day.
Uli Meyer speaks to Cartoon Brew about the challenges of adapting Ronald Searle’s artwork to animation.
The awards recognize achievements in European animated feature filmmaking. The winners will be announced on March 5.
The pitching platform for animated features takes place in Bordeaux, France from March 3–5.
These highly individualistic and bold animated features are guaranteed to challenge and inspire filmgoers.
Director Jeremy Clapin and producer Marc du Pontavice give Cartoon Brew an exclusive first look at one of the year’s most original animated features, “I Lost My Body.”
This major animation event is where deals gets made for European animated features.
Here’s an exclusive first-look at a very unconventional 2D feature film from Spain.
Cartoon Movie is the place to find out what’s happening in European feature animation.
European producers aren’t following the same path as American animation producers. Here’s some of the key things they do differently.
“Song of the Sea” director Tomm Moore is ready to reveal details about his third feature, the “final panel of our Irish folklore triptych.”
Watch the teaser for “Kensuke’s Kingdom,” a feature film based on the bestselling children’s novel by Michael Morpurgo.
A fresh take on classic Greek myths, “Icarus” was pitched last week at Cartoon Movie.
“It’s not going to look like a Pixar movie, where you see money on the screen,” says “Ernest & Celestine” director Benjamin Renner.
European animation producers are putting forward a new vision for family-oriented animated features. Here’s some exciting upcoming projects.
Alberto Vázquez made history tonight at the Goya Awards, winning both the animated feature and short film prizes.
The exciting world of European feature animation will be on display next month at Cartoon Movie in Bordeaux, France.
A feature film is being planned for 2018.
Rémi Chayé’s unique hand-drawn feature is earning plenty of accolades, but finding an audience isn’t easy.
Animation is growing up at the prestigious Cartoon Movie forum in France.