Polish film “Kill it and Leave This Town” took the feature film prize.
#Ottawa International Animation Festival
Nihei’s new film “Polka-Dot Boy” premieres this week at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
The Ottawa International Animation Festival has picked 92 shorts and 6 features in competition for its 2020 edition.
An indie Japanese feature and an experimental short from Austria won the top prizes at Ottawa 2019.
For his new film, acclaimed animator Theodore Ushev adopted a style of painting pioneered by Egyptians thousands of years ago.
Canadian animator Chris Dainty walks us through the complex production process of his new NFB short.
North America’s largest animation festival will screen 54 shorts and six features in competition.
It’s part of a plan by the organization’s executive director to bring a “world-wide scope” to the awards show.
Check out the FULL LIST of winners from the 2018 edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival!
A preview of the world’s second-largest international animation festival, starting this Wednesday in Ottawa, Canada.
100 films were selected from a record-setting 2,469 entries.
“Ugly,” a film made with funding from Cartoon Brew, won the short film grand prize tonight at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
From a Synesthetic Pub Crawl to a GIF-making workshop, here’s 7 events you shouldn’t miss at this year’s Ottawa festival
Four great animated shorts from this year’s Ottawa International Animation Festival.
A surprising short tops Ottawa 2016.
The 40th anniversary of North America’s biggest animation festival is here.
Annecy artistic director Marcel Jean examines the Ottawa grand prize-winning film “Inherent Obligations.”
Chris Robinson looks at a few different ways to read the Ottawa grand prize-winning film “The Night of the Carrots.”
Before he became a key member of the team that made “Rugrats” and “Aaahh!!! Real Monsters,” Igor Kovalyov challenged the animation world with his enigmatic short, “Hen, His Wife.”
Animation historian Maureen Furniss revisits the Ottawa grand prize-winning short “The Man Who Planted Trees.”