Bestia, Steakhouse, and To the Last Drop featured among the winners at this year’s Stuttgart Festival.
Awards season comes to a close this weekend with the Oscars, which makes it an ideal time to review some of our key coverage of this year’s Oscar-nominated features and shorts.
Who should win the Oscars for best animated feature and animated short? Who will win?
Jansen’s masterful integration of archival footage, audio recording, and animation was key to the success of three-time Oscar-nominated “Flee.”
Netflix won 20 of 31 categories.
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This year’s animated feature nominees were predictable. The short ones certainly weren’t.
Animation had its big breakout at the Oscars, with nominations in seven different categories.
“Flee” is up against “Encanto,” “Luca,” and “The Mitchells vs. the Machines” in the animated feature category.
There’s good news for “Encanto,” “Luca,” “The Mitchells vs. the Machines,” “Sing 2,” and “Raya and the Last Dragon.”
The platform also contains nearly all of the 15 Oscar-shortlisted animated shorts.
Key contenders that made the short shortlist include “Affairs of the Art,” “Robin Robin,” “Souvenir Souvenir,” and “Windshield Wiper.”
Awards season so far is playing out as a two-horse race — and Disney isn’t involved.
Three Disney films are up against “Flee” and “The Mitchells vs. the Machines.”
Two indie titles from Europe also made the list – “Flee” and “My Sunny Maad” – while key Sony contender “The Mitchells vs. The Machines” was snubbed.
Danish director Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s “Flee” is proving to be a dominant force on the film awards circuit.
They include some of the year’s most acclaimed films. But do they stand a chance against Hollywood?
Favorites like “Encanto” and “Flee” are jostling against smaller films such as “The Spine of Night” and “The Ape Star.”
Animation showed strength at the New York Film Critics Circle’s annual honors, picking up two different awards.
Critics like the film as much as award voters do.
“Flee” continues to surprise on the year-end awards circuit.
L.A.’s Animation Is Film has announced the winners of its fourth edition, which was held in person on October 22–24. Flee …
No animated film has been nominated in the international feature film category since “Waltz with Bashir” in 2009.
The film could campaign this season for animated, documentary, or international feature categories.
L.A. dwellers: here’s your chance to see the buzziest indie features on the festival circuit.
The release paves the way for an Oscar qualification for the much-hyped film.
These films could have a big impact on the Oscar race.
The documentary may just be the most hyped indie animated feature of the year so far.
Read the full list of winners at Annecy 2021, a strong year for animated documentaries.
The arthouse distributor which released the Oscar-winning “Parasite” paid a seven-figure sum for the European co-pro.
Is the festival warming up to animation at last?
European producers aren’t following the same path as American animation producers. Here’s some of the key things they do differently.