NCCC lineup to include U.S. premiere of DreamWorks Animation’s ‘Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of The Scroll’; Director Stephan Franck to introduce screenings of Sony Pictures Animation's ‘The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow’ and fan-favorite ‘The Iron Giant.’
Category: Short Films
It wouldn’t be a stretch to compare the current Canadian indie animation scene to that of Canadian men’s hockey.
Five-minute short directed by Gary Trousdale is available October 14 on the new 3D Blu-ray edition of ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman.’
Technology developer Autodesk supports the Steven Spielberg-inspired award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project for the seventh year in a row.
Turner Classic Movie’s special evening of programming to feature 28 cartoon shorts from pioneering American cartoonist and animator Winsor McCay, Bray Studios and Van Beuren Studios.
Aardman Animations helps BBC Wales celebrate the centenary of Dylan Thomas’s birth with The Hunchback in the Park, an animated short featuring Michael Sheen.
In celebration of International Animation Day, ASIFA-SF, The Disney Family Museum and the National Film Board of Canada are hosting an in-person evening with filmmakers Torill Kove and Nicola Lemay.
Studio AKA director Eamonn O’Neill directs another captivating spot for the NSPCC, “Online Bullying: Three Things That Can Help.”
Curated by ACME Filmworks founder Ron Diamond, the 16th Annual Animation Show of Shows features both studio and independent films from the U.S., Canada, Norway, France, Great Britain, Poland and Russia.
Student team from California State University, San Jose wins nationwide competition to create 30-second animated short in just 24 hours.
Running October 11-16, ‘Plymptoons Week’ will air on ShortsHD in the U.S. and on ShortsTV in the EMEA territories.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker and animator jumps far into the future in a nod to the show's incredible longevity.
Director Eoin Duffy’s award-winning short film will premiere online via Shortoftheweek.com on September 29th.
Anibar Animation Festival is truly unique. No one involved with the running of the festival is over 26 years old, they have a strong ecological bent, and the festival is primarily organized for the 60,000 residents of Peja rather than for foreign guests. The quality of the programing is good and included something to please everyone. I always find their Balkan Competition to be interesting, with many films that I don’t get to see at other festivals.
Honorees at the World Animation & VFX Summit in November to include Film Roman founder Phil Roman, DreamWorks Animation producer Bonnie Arnold, director David Silverman, veteran voice actor Jim Cummings, Gotham Group founder Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, and RGH (Rubicon Group Holding) Studio.
After 10 years and 20,000 miles of chauffeuring Hollywood actors on Montreal shoots, Steven Woloshen wins at OIAF with '1000 Plateaus.'
An English paratrooper crash-lands in a forest, leaving him wounded. The injured soldier meets a creature that tries its best to help him, but his ordeal is just beginning.
The Cinefamily’s Animation Breakdown hosts ‘The Hubleys: A Centennial Celebration’ weekend, with three retrospective events celebrating the work of John & Faith Hubley.
Fantastic Fest celebrates its 10th Anniversary with 80 exciting films, including 22 World Premieres, 43 North American & U.S. Premiere screenings, and 38 short films.
Eight shorts selected from the U.K., Spain, Italy, Canada and Australia to be considered for long-form series production on Nickelodeon.
Saban Brands launches its first-ever animated shorts program, Show Us Your Shorts; grand prize winner to receive a Saban development deal and $5,000.
The 2014 Grand Prize for Best Animated Feature is given to ‘Seth’s Dominion’ by Luc Chamberland at the Ottawa International Animation Festival; ‘Hipopotamy’ by Piotr Dumala wins the Nelvana 2014 Grand Prize for Best Short Animation.