Running October 6-16, the Mill Valley Film Festival is accepting submissions of short films in the Narrative, Documentary, Animation, Children and Family, Experimental, and Youth Produced categories now through May 20.
Category: Short Films
Golden Itala for the best animated feature of the past 100 years is awarded to ‘Allegro non Troppo’ (1976) directed by Bruno Bozzetto.
Studio Zazac’s stop-motion short ‘Deer Flower’ wins Oscar-qualifying best animated film award at 2016 Aspen Shortsfest.
World’s first light field solution for cinema allows breakthrough creative capabilities and unparalleled flexibility on set and in post-production; first Virtual Reality short produced with Robert Stromberg, DGA and David Stump, ASC set to premiere at NAB on April 19.
Commercial director brings focus on traditional animation techniques to tell stories that unfold through layered textures, hand-crafted details and inventive storytelling.
Free to enter, OIAF is accepting submissions of animated shorts for this year’s competition through May 15 with DVDs and submission URLs due May 29.
Internationally recognized director has created interactive films for Nike, interstitials for MTV, and a dystopian interactive VR music video for electronic artists MODERAT.
Event featuring the latest achievements from students and alumni in the John C. Hench Division of Animation and Digital Arts will take place on Friday, April 15 at the DGA Theater.
Interactive animated short from Oscar-winning director of ‘Feast’ is set to have its world premiere as part of the ‘Rock and a Hard Place’ shorts program at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Screenings include ‘If I Was God’ by Cordell Barker, ‘Doomed’ by Guillermo García Carsí, ‘Mynarski Death Plummet’ by Matthew Rankin, ‘Choban’ by Matija Pisačić, and ‘Hoof It’ by Seth Boyden.
Short film promoting the Scarlett Contra el Cancer foundation combines 3D-animated characters with 2D backgrounds featuring hand-painted watercolor textures.
Directed by Alan Barillaro, new Pixar short ‘Piper’ is set to play ahead of ‘Finding Dory’ in theaters beginning June 17.
With a spotlight on the rise of Croatian animation, 26th World Festival of Animated Film Zagreb unveils a new animated trailer by young Croatian animator Tea Stražičić, currently an artist-in-residence in Denmark.
First project from new storytelling arm is a hyperreal stop-motion short film about World War I told using real audio from the perspective of an aged veteran.
Radish Pictures director Peter Baynton teams with Trunk Animation to create an award-winning music video for songwriter Benjamin Scheuer’s ‘Weather the Storm.’
Iconic seventies hit retooled by The Vamps is part of the soundtrack of DWA’s hit CG-animated three-quel, ‘Kung Fu Panda 3.’
Switzerland’s biggest animation film showcase, to be held September 6-11 in Baden, adds three new awards to Swiss competition.
CalArts’ downtown center for the contemporary arts presents the 11th annual REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival from Saturday, April 23 to Sunday, May 7, 2016.
Early bird deadline for submissions to international awards in motion graphics, animation and broadcast design is May 3.
Animation Mentor co-founders Bobby Beck, Shawn Kelly and Carlos Baena launch groundbreaking distributed cloud-based production system.
Director David Silverman talks about the unequalled ongoing success of the series as well as well as how the shows are produced.
Ad agency 180LA teams with Consulado, House of Colors, Bubba’s Chop Shop and Gilles+Cecilie Studio to create true stories of refugee and migrant children for new #actofhumanity global initiative.
Director Rok Predin uses MAXON Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects to create an homage to the 1990s with the isometric look of early 16-bit video games such as ‘Street Fighter’ and ‘Sim City.’