Aardman Animations’ Karni & Saul create a miniature predator story in the world of tattoos in Skinmean, a short for Channel 4’s Random Acts
Category: Short Films
The Japan Media Arts Festival Executive Committee announces the Call for Entries for the 17th Japan Media Arts Festival starting in 2014.
Dr. Toon discusses Disney Channel’s controversial crossover Phineas and Ferb – Marvel Super Heroes television special.
Santa Monica boutique VFX studio provides visual effects for a five-minute film launching the Samsung Galaxy S4 via agency Leo Burnett.
BAFTA-winning director of The Eagleman Stag releases a trailer for his latest animated short, Marilyn Myller.
Disney Animation releases No Service, the second of 19 brand-new shorts featuring Mickey Mouse and his friends.
Geneva Film’s stop-motion animated short, Foxed!, will have its Canadian premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.
The Animation Block Party, dedicated to exhibiting all genres of the world's best independent, professional and student animation, celebrates its tenth anniversary with the festival’s largest slate of programming ever.
Remember when Marian Hossa got chased by raccoons during the Stanley Cup Finals and a Bruins' player was decapitated? Me neither, but Taiwanese animators do...
SIGGRAPH Dailies celebrates excellence in computer graphics in a fast-paced event that gives each presenter two minutes to show an animation and describe their work.
The Ebeling Group animates an original music video, The Story of I, for Wendy’s and The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption Canada.
The 2013 Palm Springs International ShortFest announces festival winners, with the claymation Arts & Crafts Spectacular #2 receiving the prize for best animated short, and Harald by Moritz Schneider taking first prize for best student animation.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces category submission deadlines for 86th Academy Awards consideration.
Butterflies, the stop-motion animated short directed by Isabel Peppard and produced by Warwick Burton, wins the Sydney Film Festival’s Yoram Gross Animation Award, completing its qualifying run for an Oscar nomination in the category of Best Short Animation.
Bossa helps Coca-Cola thank their fans by animating The Wearable Movie, a short film shot on 600 t-shirts.
The Pixar senior scientist and lighting expert discusses the studio’s new physically-based lighting system, Global Illumination.
Cartoon Network receives a summer makeover with a new set of brightly colored images and a video seamlessly blending the work of top animators around the globe, including Australia’s Rubberhouse, France’s CRCR, the UK’s Alex Grigg and Eamonn O’Neill, and the US’s Impactist and Awesome Incorporated.
New Mickey Mouse comedic cartoon shorts make their television debut on Friday, June 28, on the Disney Channel.
SIGGRAPH 2013 releases the final lineup of 15 Production Sessions to be featured at this year’s conference.
Prizewinning films are announced at the 2013 edition of the International Animation Film Festival in Annecy, with Brazil’s Uma história de amor e fúria (Rio 2096: A Story of Love and Fury) taking home the Cristal Award for Best Feature, and Chris Landreth's Subconscious Password taking home the Cristal for Best Short.