Konstantin Bronzit’s ‘We Can’t Live Without Cosmos’ wins the Grand Prix award for best short film; ‘The Boy and the World’ by Alê Abreu wins Grand Prix award for best feature film.
Tagged With: Animafest Zagreb
Croatia’s Museum of Contemporary Art unveils the 2015 edition of Animation Goes MSU! with site-specific animations from international artists such as Max Hattler, Simona Galizia and Nikki Schuster.
Animafest Zagreb World Festival of Animated Film set to occupy Zrinjevac with outdoor screenings of ‘Approved for Adoption’ and ‘Azur & Asmar.’
The 25th Animafest Zagreb finds its thematic backbone in the children’s literary classic, Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ published exactly 150 years ago.
Children’s Film Competition comprises 40 short titles; other events include a ‘Retrospective of Animated Film School from Čakovec’ and ‘Animafest in Your Neighbourhood.’
With 177 films in competition, the 25th World Festival of Animated Film runs June 9-14 in Zagreb, Croatia.
Festival organizers announce public call for submission of animated films of all lengths; application deadline is February 1, 2015.
Winners of the Animafest 2014 Grand Competition are announced, with the prize for best short film awarded to the South Korean film ‘Love Games’ (2013) by Yumi Joung.