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Category: Short Films

Headline News 'Wolf Dog Tales' Brings Animal Wisdom to Annecy

“Wolf Dog Tales,” an animated short film from director Bernadine Santistevan, will have its world premiere on June 4, 2012, at this year¹s Annecy International Animated Film Festival.

Headline News The NFB Heads to Annecy

The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is taking the official competition of the Annecy International Animation Film Festival by storm with four films: “Le grand ailleurs et le petit ici” (“Here and the Great Elsewhere”) by Michèle Lemieux, “Bydlo” by Patrick Bouchard, “Edmond était un âne” (“Edmond Was a Donkey”) by Franck Dion and “Kali le petit vampire” (“Kali the Little Vampire”) by Regina Pessoa.

Headline News AniMazSpot Announces Third Quarter Finalists

AniMazSpot announced the top two short films from the Third Quarter entries selected to go on to vie for Best of Festival prize at the fourth annual AniMazSpot 2012 Festival, September 10-16, 2012.

Headline News 'Gruffalo’s Child' Arrives on DVD Aug 14

NCircle Entertainment will release “The Gruffalo’s Child,” the highly anticipated follow-up to the Academy Award-nominated animated short, “The Gruffalo,” on DVD on August 14, 2012.

Headline News Stuttgart Animation Winners Announced

This weekend, Stuttgart’s International Festival of Animated Film announced the winners of its 19th Trickfilm competition (May 8-3). Martin Snopek and Ivana Laucikova’s “The Last Airbus” (Slovakia), Alke Arndt’s “Atlas” (Germany) and Ignacio Ferreras’ “Wrinkles” (Spain) were among the big winners.

Headline News Animated Com Award Winners Announced

The world's best productions in the field of applied animation received their prizes in the Mercedes-Benz Museum at the Animated Com Award held at the 19th Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film.

Headline News Red Giant Wins Webby Award for 'Plot Device'

Red Giant announced that its short film, “Plot Device,” has won the 16th Annual Webby Award in the Best Editing category.

Headline News Academy Announces U.S. Student Finalists

Thirty-five students from 20 U.S. colleges and universities have been selected as finalists in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 39th Annual Student Academy Awards competition, including nine animated shorts.

Headline News NFB Wins Webby Awards for 'BLA BLA' and 'God’s Lake Narrows'

The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) has added to its track record of innovation in interactive productions with Webby Awards for “BLA BLA” and “God’s Lake Narrows.”

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