The film is an unsettling portrait of Ingrid Olderöck, a Chilean national police officer under Pinochet who used dogs to torture prisoners.
OIAF is back in person this year, with a jam-packed program for attendees eager to meet face-to-face after two years apart.
‘A Town Called Panic: The Summer Holidays’ and ‘Bird in the Peninsula’ also scored multiple honors.
The 18th edition of Berlin’s character design conference, Pictoplasma, will return to in-person activities this fall.
This year’s OIAF runs September 21-25.
Michaela Pavlátova’s My Sunny Maad took home the feature film prize.
The three stop-motion productions swept every category in which they were represented at the Ibero-American awards ceremony.
The film was made during Chile’s recent social uprising. “We were making a short film about torture in the past, while this was happening again in our country,” says director Hugo Covarrubias.
We asked the directors of this year’s 15 shortlisted shorts about how they would improve animated short distribution and viewing.
We asked the directors of this year’s 15 shortlisted shorts how they came up with their styles and techniques.
We asked the directors of this year’s 15 shortlisted shorts how they developed their narratives.
These highlights of the year show that animation can tackle any subject, from sexual assault to Chile’s military dictatorship.
The festival will showcase the diversity of Chile’s fast-growing animation industry.
We go behind the scenes of “Paper Port,” the hit mixed-media animated series from Chile’s Zumbastico.
A look at the nominees of the Ibero-American Quirino Awards, which will be presented tonight.