A complete list of winners from a historic night in European animation history.
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Špela Čadež’s “Nighthawk” wins the Grand Prix for short film.
The new rule changes could make the animated feature category much less friendly to independent and foreign animated films.
Academy members’ flippant attitude and outright disdain for animation has led to a crisis of confidence in the organization’s abilities to judge animation.
“My Life As A Zucchini” wins France’s highest animation honor.
Learn about the unique production pipeline used by director Michael Dudok de Wit to create the Oscar-nominated feature “The Red Turtle.”
Here’s our coverage of the 15 contenders who are competing for an animation/vfx Oscar next week.
It’s turning out to be quite the week for “My Life As A Zucchini.”
The most comprehensive list of 2017 theatrical animated features!
Stay up-to-date on which animation and vfx films are winning end-of-year honors.
The Golden Globes animation category is much more interesting than we thought it would be!
A big win for one of the finest animated features of 2016.
Makoto Shinkai’s “Your Name” wins its first significant American honor.
Nominations for the 44th ASIFA-Hollywood Annie Awards were announced this morning, and Disney’s Zootopia led the way with 11 nominations. …
Studio Ghibli’s first co-production, “The Red Turtle,” now has an American trailer.
Almost 80,000 people in France showed up for the first week of Michael Dudok de Wit’s “The Red Turtle,” made in collaboration with Studio Ghibli.
30 years of work, 2,500 items on display—this is a must-visit for any Ghibli fan.
Studio Ghibli’s first-ever co-production went up against 17 live-action films at Cannes, and won the special jury prize.
After a six-year break, Sony Pictures Classics is back in the animation game.
The full list of 20 animated features that will be presented at Annecy this spring.
From new visions to revivals of lost wonders, next year’s incoming animated features reach far and wide.
Annecy is taking over San Diego Comic-Con as the place for Hollywood to preview its major projects.
A synopsis and the first piece of artwork has emerged from “The Red Turtle,” the feature directorial debut of celebrated Dutch animator Michael Dudok de Wit (“The Monk and the Fish” and the Oscar-winning “Father and Daughter”).
French newspaper Le Figaro confirms that Oscar-winning Dutch short filmmaker Michael Dudok de Wit (Father and Daughter, The Monk and the …