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Now in its 14th year, the Rushes Soho Shorts Festival announced the Official Festival Program for 2012.
Canadian producer, director and author Marcel Jean has been named Artistic Director of the 2013 edition of the Annecy International Animation Film Festival.
Tonight’s closing ceremonies brought more than the jury selections of prize winning films as Serge Bromberg announced that after 14 years at the helm, he was stepping down as Annecy festival director.
Czech filmmaker Rudolf Smid’s animated short, “The Chronicle of Oldrich S.,” has been selected by the SilverDocs Documentary Film Festival.
Organizers of the Ottawa International Animation Festival have unveiled the lineup for the 2012 edition of the festival, along with poster art from Koji Yamamura, winner of the 2007 grand prize for his film “A Country Doctor.”
The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) is announcing its most crowd-pleasing lineup ever for the 2012 edition of North America’s premier animation festival.
The Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival is now calling for entries for the Festival’s fourth edition!
The venerable first lady of animation, June Foray, has narrated the latest video for AniMazSpot, with highlights of AniMazSpot 2011.
Animated feature “Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted” will have its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May.
The Annecy Festival announced the official selections for the 2012 edition of the festival, comprised of 49 short films, 55 graduation films, and 60 TV and commissioned films, including 21 TV series, two TV specials and 37 commissioned films. 40 short films were also selected outside of competition.
The Disney-Pixar animated Scottish adventure Brave is set to bring this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival to a close.
The deadline for submissions to Hiroshima 2012, the 14th International Animation Festival in Japan, is April 1, 2012.
The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) is pleased to announce its worldwide call for entries for its 2012 festival, taking place September 19-23.
The Los Angeles Animation Festival (LAAF) returns for its third annual event with new screenings of animated feature films and shorts from around the world, exclusive panels, and parties celebrating the animation community.
The submission deadline for the fifth edition of Fest Anca, the international animation festival in Slovakia, is March 30, 2012.
The Toronto Animation Arts Festival International (TAAFI) has opened up its submission process for animated films for their inaugural event to take place June 22 – 24th, 2012.
The date for the 12th Japanese Film Festival Nippon Connection in Frankfurt am Main is set: From May 2-6, 2012, the biggest festival for Japanese cinema worldwide will once more present more than 100 of the latest Japanese short and feature films.
Rainmaker Entertainment’s animated short film LUNA is a big winner at the California International Shorts Festival (CISF).
A CAT IN PARIS opens its Oscar-qualifying run in Los Angeles on Friday, Dec 2 at AMC Burbank Town Center 8, with shows daily at 4pm and 7:30pm.
Pretty much everyone thinks they can do selection better. I go to Annecy and other festivals and can't understand what the committees and juries are thinking. But...what you and me are doing is presuming there are good and bad ways of doing selection. Festival committees and judges are not these detached demi-Gods standing above and beyond us mortals. They are just everyday folks, as biased, passionate and flawed and well-meaning as you and your films.