This is the sort of in-flight entertainment we can get on board with.
The worlds of business and academia have not traditionally mixed effectively within the animation world, but this week’s Quirino Awards aims to change that.
Leading representatives from the Ibero-American animation industry are gathering this week to talk about the booming animation scene in the region.
The first-ever Quirino Awards, honoring Ibero-American animation achievements, announced their final nominations today.
Fourteen countries submitted projects for the first-ever Quirino Awards.
The countries that submitted the most pieces were Spain, Brazil, and Argentina, Colombia, and Mexico.
This Spanish Canarian island might just be a slice of paradise right now for animation/vfx and gaming companies seeking to take root on European soil.
The awards and a meeting of the Ibero-American animation industry will take place over three days next April.
Coming in 2018! Mark your calendars!
Tenerife is showing off its fast-growing animation industry at the Annecy Festival this week.
The deadline to submit a project is next Monday, April 24.
Cartoon Brew speaks to animation companies on the island of Tenerife to learn how it is growing to become a major player in the international animation industry.