Renowned BAFTA and César-winning filmmaker has previously been honored at Animafest Zagreb for best animated film for ‘The Three Inventors’ (Les Trois Inventeurs), in 1980, and ‘Azur & Asmar’ (Azur et Asmar), in 2007.
Category: Short Films
Oscar-winning animation director Chris Landreth talks about his hyper-real narrative style, his new comedic short ‘Subconscious Password,’ his ‘Making Faces’ facial animation masterclass, and more as part of AWN’s series of exclusive video interviews from FMX 2014.
Entertainment studio partners with Gates Foundation and Viacom-founded educational non-profit to award $25,000 scholarship and other prizes to young animators.
40 student artists craft film about a raccoon, a candy shop and an impulse that just can’t be denied.
Winners to share US$50,000 as #VOFF5 launches with fully-curated showcase of more than 140 animated shorts from 37 countries.
Jan Pinkava, an Oscar-winning director at Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group (ATAP), discusses new digital storytelling platforms and technologies, today’s animated film business and more as part of AWN’s series of exclusive video interviews from FMX 2014.
48-hour animation production marathon presented by The Art Garage begins this coming March 20th in Montclair, NJ.
Animation director Jeff Hale, whose half century of work included the controversial Lenny Bruce short ‘Thank You Mask Man,’ has died.
Animator Sascha Ciezata releases a multimedia graphic novel based on Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’ with daily episodes on Instagram.
Regina Pessoa, director of the award-winning ‘Tragic Story with Happy Ending,’ designs the poster for Annecy 2015 with a focus on women and history.
Five NFB films honored at 2015 Canadian Screen Awards, recognizing excellence in film, television and digital media.
Creative studio brings Robert Rugan’s short film to life by believably adding animated characters into a live-action world.
Oscar winner Chris Landreth is this year’s mentoring director for NFB’s apprenticeship program for emerging animators.
Shotgun’s production management, review and tracking tools enable small team of VFX artists to complete the stop-motion film’s 300 shots in just over three months.
Shouting, swearing and outright bitchiness signal another year of festival submission review and selection for The Pimp.
Feature selections include Studio Ghibli’s ‘When Marnie Was There’ and Aardman’s ‘Shaun the Sheep The Movie’; short film selections include Steven Woloshen’s ‘1000 Plateaus’ and Piotr Dumala’s ‘Hipopotamy.’
Short film follow-up to ‘Frozen’ can be seen exclusively in theaters with Disney’s new live-action ‘Cinderella’ on March 13, 2015.