The festival returns to Berkeley, California in March.
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GLAS Animation Festival, unquestionably the finest animation festival currently running in the United States, has opened submissions for its 2019 edition — and there’s no entry fee to submit your films.
After being criminally overlooked by Academy members during last year’s Oscar race, Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s “The Burden” emerged triumphant last night at the 2018 GLAS Animation Festival.
Next week, artists from across the U.S. and Canada, as well as Europe and Asia, will be in Berkeley, California for GLAS Animation Festival. We talk to the organizers about what makes the event so unique.
America’s premier animation festival, GLAS, has announced the full slate of programming for its 2018 edition.
Congrats to all the filmmakers who were selected for GLAS, America’s most important animation festival.
A world-class group of animation creators will present at the GLAS Animation Festival, including “The Lego Movie” makers Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
This year’s GLAS had all of the essential ingredients that make a great festival.
Four days of animation screenings, filmmaker talks, workshops, installations, and parties are coming to Berkeley, California, next month!
The festival received over 1,300 entries this year.
Berkeley, California is the place to be in early March 2017.
Spend an evening with stop motion master Henry Selick, director of “Coraline” and “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”
If you’re in LA, don’t miss this screening of winners and highlights from the GLAS Animation Festival.
“Our primary goal is to broaden and redefine the perception of animation in the US.”
The deadline to purchase an online pass is tomorrow.
The United States is about to get something that it hasn’t had in many years: a world-class international animation festival.
The festival is set to take place next March in California.
Take advantage of our hand-picked list of call for entries from animation festivals around the globe.