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Short Films Headline News

ShortsHD Sends 2016 Oscar-Nominated Short Films to Theaters on January 29

World’s only short movie channel to showcase famed Oscar shorts release with theatrical premieres of live-action, animated and documentary short categories.

NYICFF Headline News

New York Int’l Children’s Film Festival Previews 2016 Feature Slate

Running Feb. 26-March 20, animated feature slate includes special preview screenings of Funimation’s ‘The Boy and The Beast’ and Mark Osborne’s ‘The Little Prince.’

Blacklist Headline News

Blacklist & Studio AKA Tell the Sweetest Story Ever Told About Salt

Blacklist and Studio AKA craft a 90-second short film for Morton Salt that provides a dog’s eye view of the changing winter landscape and how it affects family pets and their backyard best-friendships.

Academy Awards Headline News

Guillermo Del Toro, Ang Lee to Announce Oscar Nominations

Filmmakers join John Krasinski and Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs for Oscar Nominations in 24 Categories, including short animation, feature animation and visual effects.

Cartoon Art Museum Headline News

Rachel Dukes Joins Cartoon Art Museum as January Cartoonist-in-Residence

‘Frankie Comics’ creator to serve as first artist in a series of traveling Cartoonist-in-Residence events throughout San Francisco in 2016.

Short Films Headline News

‘Sous tes doigts’ to Screen at the Bronx Film Fest, Anima Brussels and Monstra Lisbon

Animated short directed by Marie-Christine Courtès shows the consequences of the Indochina War for a repatriated family who arrives at the transit camp of Saint-Livrade in France.

holiday specials Headline News

TRICK 3D Heralds Holiday Season with ‘An Elf’s Story’

Atlanta-based 3D animation studio ushers in the holiday season with a new milestone for its animated Christmas special based on the wildly popular ‘Elf on the Shelf’ tradition.

Festivals Blogs

THREE DAYS ON THE “ISLAND IN THE SKY” La Citta Incantata Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy July 10, 11, and 12 2015

Civita di Bagnoregio is a step back into the past, with stone houses and narrow passages leading to hidden gardens. Except for the numerous tourists, you feel that you time has passed this town by.  Luca Raffaelli, one of Italy’s top experts on comics and animation, conceived the idea of La Cittá Incata, bringing together, there, over fifty of Italy’s most distinguished animators, designers, cartoonists, storyboard and visual artists to demonstrate and talk about their work. The meeting was promoted by Regione Lazio with Roma Capitale, realized by Progetto ABC (Arte Bellezza Cultura) together with Nufactory.

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