Other big winners at Saturday night’s ceremony included the kids’ tv series ‘Tales from Dún Draíochta’ and ‘Odo.’
Filmmakers from five of the shorts explain how their stories are particularly local, despite being set in a galaxy far, far away.
Nine companies from nine countries will produce stand-alone episodes for the anthology series’ second season.
Adapted from the book “Julián Is a Mermaid,” the film will feature hand-drawn animation and a bit of magic.
Blanco has produced shorts such as the Oscar-nominated ‘Late Afternoon,’ and series including Netflix’s ‘Puffin Rock’ at Cartoon Saloon.
Critics are praising the work done by director Nora Twomey and her animation team on Netflix’s latest animated feature.
Set to premiere at BFI LFF later this month, the highly anticipated film will get a limited theatrical run before hitting Netflix in November.
“The town is getting back to its fun-filled self… hopefully we will see some old and new faces back in town!” says director Paul Young.
The festival celebrates the creativity and craft of the visual image.
Nora Twomey, the director of “The Breadwinnner,” helms the feature adaptation of this Newbery Medal-winning kids’ book.
Net profits increased 161% year-on-year at Ireland’s most famous animation studio.
Bolio helped orchestrate award campaigns for animated films, including Oscar nominees like “Song of the Sea” and “Mirai.”
The film’s first international trailer has dropped ahead of its Japanese release next month.
Cartoon Saloon’s series “Dorg Van Dango” and the striking student film “Shergar” were among the other winners.
Welcome to our series of interviews with the directors of this year’s Oscar-nominated animated shorts.
The senior creative team is shaping up to be unusually international for a Japanese animated feature.
Fiery debates, deleted scenes, Dutch angles, and Sean Bean: all figure in Maidagan’s essay.
The 93rd Academy Awards will be presented on April 25.
In other news: Netflix was snubbed, while the National Film and Television School got two student films into the shorts category.
Only around 11,000 people habitually speak Gaelic. The BBC wants to change that — and animation is at the heart of its strategy.