A preview of the world’s second-largest international animation festival, starting this Wednesday in Ottawa, Canada.
The biggest and oldest animation event in North America has announced the official selections for its short and feature film competitions.
Seventy-nine animated films were selected for competition at Ottawa this year.
The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) has announced the programming slate for its business-oriented Animation Conference (TAC), which runs alongside the film festival.
This fall, the city of Hokkaido, Japan will present the first-ever animation festival to take place entirely in an airport. The New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival will make use of the Hokkaido airport’s well-equipped facilities, including its 377-seat theater with 3D capabilities.
North America’s biggest animation festival, the Ottawa International Animation Festival, has announced the feature film and short film …
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