Annecy is back with an entirely in-person format for 2022, and boasts an appropriately stacked competition lineup for the occasion.
Drouin was known for the striking shorts he made at the National Film Board of Canada, such as “Mindscape” and “Imprints.”
Asia is the best-represented continent, with eight films in all.
The world’s leading animation festival will be held this year on June 14–19. The organizers are planning a hybrid edition.
“To my eyes, this is a genuine work of theater,” says Jean.
“Je vois dans ce film un véritable travail dramaturgique,” dit Jean.
We speak to the renowned filmmaker ahead of the Annecy premiere of his autobiographical new film “Altötting.”
The event itself may be canceled, but Annecy’s competitions are running as usual this year.
His forthcoming feature “The French Dispatch” features some animation.
The Sommets festival showcased various ways in which to make an animated short film in Montreal — outside the National Film Board of Canada.
107 films will compete in Annecy 2019’s graduation, TV, and commissioned film categories.
“How to Train Your Dragon 3” director Dean DeBlois will speak in France about the new film.
Watch some of the commissioned projects that were chosen for competition at Annecy 2018.
Annecy, the world’s largest animation festival, has announced the short films that’ll be in competition at its 2018 edition.
Los Angeles is getting a major new animation festival.
The Annecy International Animated Film Festival has revealed part of its official selections for its 2017 edition.
The Annecy International Animation Festival has announced that its guest country for 2017 will be China.
Everyone was at Annecy this year, from Guillermo del Toro to the president of France.
The festival has announced its 2016 competition selections for short film and TV projects.
Annecy’s Marcel Jean and Mickael Marin speak with Cartoon Brew about the Annecy festival, which begins today in France.
Annecy has selected 198 short film and TV projects for its 2015 edition.
Bill Plympton, the King of Indie Animation, shares his experiences from the world’s largest animation festival, Annecy.
Public Statement by Marcel Jean: “I am very happy to join the International Animation Film Festival team. Looking after the …