Brand new Christmas Special, ‘Toy Story That Time Forgot,’ Pixar Animation Studios’ second new special for television featuring your favorite characters from the ‘Toy Story’ Films,” to air December 2 on ABC.
Category: Short Films
Trunk director Rok Predin completes his eagerly anticipated short film, ‘One of a Kind,’ a warm, dreamlike tale of reverse evolution.
Render farm management software Qube! speeds up production schedule and capitalizes on existing hardware for developing feature.
London-based production and animation company signs multi-talented, award-winning directorial team Mirari to its roster of international filmmakers.
110 films representing 24 countries are selected to compete for the Grand Prize at this year’s Ottawa International Animation Festival running September 17-21.
AWN’s The Miscweant attends the opening reception for ‘What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones’ at New York City’s Museum of the Moving Image.
Aardman Animations and Bristol Charity Deki release a special 70-second film, 'Brigitte, Bruno and Ben,' which demonstrates how a loan of just £10 ($17.10) can change the lives of an entire family in the developing world.
The Los Angeles International Short Film Festival will present a special screening and panel discussion with members from Disney Animation and Disney Interactive on Tuesday, July 29 at 1:00 p.m.
Ahead of next week’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con, watch a new clip from animator Bill Plympton’s latest feature, Cheatin’.
Now in its 17th year, the Hollywood Shorts Film Festival is a monthly screening program celebrating the outstanding achievements in short filmmaking and animation from both U.S. and international directors and their creative teams.
Treasures from Disney offered in $1.28+ million Heritage auction included cel and background from “Mickey’s Service Station,” 1935, from Mickey’s last black and white cartoon, which shattered estimates to finish at $98,588.
Pixar fans get a first look at the volcanic mountain Uku from the studio’s forthcoming short film, ‘Lava.’
CG animated thesis film from Ringling College of Art and Design follows the tale of red-headed Frida, the legendary luchador El Pirana, and a mysterious taco salesman.
Second edition of the online film festival received nearly 1,000 submissions from film-makers representing 70 countries.
Film retrospective to include ‘The Secret of Kells,’ ‘A Cat in Paris,’ ‘Ernest & Celestine,’ ‘Tales of the Night,’ ‘Eleanor’s Secret,’ ‘My Neighbor Totoro,’ ‘Mia & the Migoo’ and ‘Nocturna,’ as well as a selection of short films from the GKIDS-produced New York Int’l Children’s Film Festival.
Aardman teams with UK ad agency Johnny Fearless to create a new film and campaign commemorating the First World War Centenary.
The network pays homage to some of the biggest names in animation with special showcases from animation icons including Joan Gratz, Norman McClaren, Paul Driessen and Blur Studios.
The Pimp waxes nostalgically about his early affection for the game of baseball…and shares some baseball-themed animated shorts.
Proposals for projects aimed at children age 6–12 are now being accepted for the PITCH THIS! sessions at The Animation Conference (TAC) during The Ottawa International Animation Festival.
Award-winning animator David OReilly releases his first video game, an ambient procedural mountain simulator called ‘Mountain.’
Originally appearing in 1977 as Tony Hart’s sidekick, the last new ‘Morph’ episode was broadcast in 1997.