Category: Short Films
The South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival announces its 2013 animated short film lineup, including the first U.S. screening of Pixar’s “The Blue Umbrella.”
As part of its 2013 Short Film Program, the American Cinematheque hosts the Titmouse 5 Second Animation Day on Friday, February 15, at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.
Flickerpix wins the Irish Film and Television Academy award for Best Animation for its short film, “Macropolis.”
VFX artist and director Jeremy Hunt teams with Autodesk to produce an original, humorous short film that showcases the movie-making magic of Autodesk Smoke 2013 video editing and visual effects software.
Italy’s largest computer graphics conference is now accepting applications for entries in four contests: VIEW AWARD, VIEW SOCIAL CONTEST, VIEW AWARD GAME, and ITALIANMIX.
A Cintiq-driven university experience helps an animator find footing in a cartoon education company.
2012 was an amazing year for animation short films. This year’s Oscar nominees share one thing in common: they are all silent films, each demonstrating the power of pure storytelling with only visuals and music! The nominees are: “Paperman”, “Fresh Guacamole”, “Maggie Simpson in the Longest Daycare,” “Head over Heels,” and “Adam and Dog.”
On Sunday February 10, 2013, the EE British Academy Film Awards look place at London's Royal Opera House with “Les Misérables,” “Argo,” “Django Unchained,” “Life of Pi” and “Amour” among the winners.
The director, fresh from his Annie Award win for Best Student Film, discusses his Oscar-nominated stop-motion gem.
The Oscar-nominated, Annie Award-winning short film, “Adam and Dog,” by Minkyu Lee, is released online in its full entirety.
Germany’s INDAC hosts a Masterclass, “Producing Independent Animated Film,” with animation producer Max Howard February 14 & 15 at the Games Academy in Berlin.
Autodesk sponsors the award for "Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project" at the 11th annual VES Awards.
Director Timothy Reckart launches his own production company, Reckart Productions, with two stop-motion feature projects in development: “Super Special Ed” and “I Lost My Mind.”
Remember that time when demon pusses chased you down the highway? Me neither. Trunk Animation does. They do it well.
I've launched a Kickstarter campaign for my latest project, a stop-motion sci-fi action adventure and I need your help!
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announces the release of “Hats Off to Dr. Seuss Collector’s Edition” on February 19.
“Natalis,” created at the Institute of Animation, Visual Effects and Digital Postproduction at the Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg and directed by Daniel Brkovic and Jan-Marcel Kuehn, receives a VES Award for “Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project.”