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Category: Short Films
Beginning February 1, the ShortsHD The Short Movie Channel and Magnolia Pictures will release The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2013 in more than 260 theaters across the U.S., Canada, and Europe.
The BBC launches a competition calling for for budding animators, illustrators and creatives to create a vision of the future.
STUDIO AKA completes the short film, “The Wool Parade,” which brings to life an installation created by Doshi Levien at the Kvadrat showroom in Stockholm.
Originally played ahead of “Wreck-it Ralph,” Disney releases the Oscar-nominated short film, “Paperman,” online in its entirety.
The just released DVD set of Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie should be afforded a spot in the collection of any animation fan as well as any serious student of the medium
The Sundance Institute gave the jury prize for animated short to “Irish Folk Furniture” at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Videoart.net announces the lineup for the third annual Video Art & Experimental Film Festival (VAEFF), taking place February 7-9, 2013.
Ralph Bakshi Productions announces a brand-new series of shorts with all new animation by Ralph Bakshi and crew.
Oscar-nominated cartoonist Bruno Bozzetto is back with “Rapsodeus,” a new animated short that asks if there is any meaning to the thousands of wars fought by mankind.
Celebrity Deathmatch creator Eric Fogel helms his passion project -- a stop-motion animated post-apocalyptic action/adventure called “Havoc.”
Marcel Jean, the new Artistic Director of the Annecy International Animation Film Festival, reveals some preliminary guidelines for 2013.
The deadline for submissions to the 2013 Animated Com Award at the Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart is February 1, 2013.
Pixar's newest animated short, “The Blue Umbrella,” is set to have its premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival.
ASIFA-Hollywood’s president describes how voting changes brought fairness, and Disney, back into the fold.
It’s nice to see our little neck of the woods get a bit of attention from mainstream media now and then, especially with meaningful and thoughtful commentary about films that while known to many in the industry, for the most part are unknown to most everyone else on the planet.
Launching in conjunction with the start of the festival, the Screening Room YouTube channel will showcase 12 short films from the 2013 Sundance Short Film program.
Devoted solely to student work, the festival is the brainchild of well known animator, illustrator, and renaissance man Rastko Ćirić in conjunction with Vuk Maksimovic, master wood carver and furniture maker, who is the representative of the Fortress for this project.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is now accepting entries for the 40th Anniversary Student Academy Awards competition in 2013.
When unscripted audio is met with the appropriate animated imagery, the results are often hilarious, heartwarming and highly entertaining.
Red Giant Software’s Trapcode commissions “Exodus,” an animated short film by director/designer Magnus Östergren of Stockholm-based production studio Potemkin.