Category: Short Films
Winners are announced for Poland’s fourth annual Se-ma-for Stop Motion Film Festival, led by Slovenian-German puppet animation Boles and Norwegian student film, But milk is important by Anna Mantzaris and Eirik Grønmo Bjørnsen.
That's the punch line to a Fozzie Bear joke about Japanese animator, Atsushi Wada and his new film, Anomalies.
Leading up to VIEW 2013, VIEWFest kicks off with the Italian premiere of Sony’s Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 and directors Cody Cameron and Kris Pearn.
Super Heroes, spies, gadget lovers, and robotic farm fowl all team up on store shelves for this week's home entertainment releases on Blu-Ray and DVD.
Disney Interactive chooses humble’s Tumbleweed Tango to be the featured short Disney Shorts page on YouTube.
David Vandervoort’s short film Pinched, produced by Titmouse, Inc., lands on the Apple iTunes marketplace.
French WIZZdesign animation collective CRCR returns with a pulp sci-fi video for C2C’s “Delta” animated in the style of Genndy Tartakovsky.
The Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival announces the lineup for the 2013 edition taking place October 18 – 20.
The Academy opens nominations for the Oscar for Best Animated Feature to be chosen not by just L.A.-based volunteers able and willing to attend Sunday screenings, but by a much larger group thanks to newly-granted permission to view them on screeners.
The Vancouver International Film Festival announces the highlights of its slate of animated films for the 2013 edition of the festival, including the Canadian premiere of Ari Folman’s The Congress, as well as screenings of Max Andersson and Helena Ahonen’s Tito on Ice and Hosoda Mamoru’s Wolf Children.
Timothy Reckart's Oscar-nominated film Head Over Heels wins the Cartoon D'Or award for Best European short animated film.
Beginning as tiny stickman in the sketchbook of Berlin-based animator Dante Zaballa (aka Podoboo), The Doodle Project is an exercise in collaborative illustration featuring the doodles of 62 artists from around the world.
It’s Day Four and, as I’m told is the norm in Ottawa, the weather here has changed completely. The city is now dotted with umbrellas and bathed in a beautiful sheen of water.
Rosto’s Lonely Bones and Tito on Ice by Max Andersson & Helena Ahonen take home top honors at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
The Animation Conference (TAC) has wrapped up and we are now in our third full day of festing. And I still have to fill you in on all of yesterday’s events. Here we go…
Studio AKA traces the history of Rev. Henry Duncan and the history behind the building of the TSB bank in The Story.
Stardust teams up with GSD&M to create a promotional film for Southwest’s new in-flight service of Free Live TV.
Academy Award winning Moonbot Studios creates a mobile arcade-style adventure game and animated short film, The Scarecrow, to help promote Chipotle Mexican Grill.
OIAF announces talks, presentations and workshops with animators including Craig Bartlett, JG Quintel, Adam Elliot, Chris Landreth and highly acclaimed Oscar-nominee Koji Yamamura.
Nickelodeon announces a brand-new Dora the Explorer half-hour primetime special, “Dora’s Great Roller Skate Adventure,” premiering on Sunday, Sept. 22, at 7 p.m. (ET/PT).