João Gonzalez’s Oscar-nominated Portuguese short ‘Ice Merchants’ was also honored, taking home the visual development award.
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This year’s Quirino Awards will take place on May 13 in the Canary Island city of La Laguna, Tenerife.
The fifteen shortlisted filmmakers for the Best Animated Short Academy Award talk about the visual development of their films.
The second in our three-part interview series with the shortlisted filmmakers for the Best Animated Short Academy Award.
The first in a three-part interview series with the shortlisted filmmakers for the Best Animated Short Academy Award.
Our fourth look at contenders that have qualified for the 2023 Oscars.
Zaramella’s diverse body of work includes technically adventurous films that use live action, drawings, clay, pixilation, paper puppets, human fingers, and all manner of other objects.
The teams behind three projects pitched at Annecy’s MIFA market tell us what was gained — and lost — in the shift to virtual pitching.
An Egyptian fantasy, a transgender murder mystery, an apocalyptic coming-of-age tragicomedy, and more…
The call is open to filmmakers in the 23 countries that comprise the Ibero-American region.
Complete list of winners from the inaugural Quirino Awards.
A look at the nominees of the Ibero-American Quirino Awards, which will be presented tonight.
A unique tv series from Argentina and France combines stop motion and live action.
Bit Bang Fest is a free one-day festival dedicated to animation, video games, and digital art.
“He doesn’t play football… he’s only drawing, all the time. What’s his problem, Doctor?” Only a specialist can find out… Real animators were asked to give their animated and live action testimonies about their childhood as animators. It is indeed a strange condition…
This brilliant piece of stop motion/pixilation from Buenos Aires-based Juan Pablo Zaramella was on the Oscar shortlist last fall. …
Another simple and well-executed visual idea by Juan Pablo Zaramella, whose film At the Opera appeared on the Brew last month. Hotcorn! …
A perfectly short short: At the Opera from Buenos Aires-based Juan Pablo Zaramella: