‘Sunday Lunch’ by Céline Devaux wins award for Best Animated Short; Konstantin Bronzit’s ‘We Can't Live Without Cosmos’ and ‘The Tie’ by An Vrombaut receive audience awards.
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Walt Disney Animation Studios restoration of 1928 short, ‘Sleigh Bells,’ featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, to be screened at BFI event on December 12.
Short film from Oscar-nominated director celebrating the Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos uses live-action puppetry and hand-cranked automata.
MPC teams with 72andSyunny to deliver intense live-action trailer for Activision directed by Wayne McClammy and featuring Michael B. Jordan, Cara Delevingne and Marshawn Lynch.
Stop-motion feature from Athena Studios receives Best Animation award at the 2015 Carmel International Film Festival.
The Giant Incandescent Resonating Animation Festival is back for its 11th year with the best in independent animation from around the world.
Recently selected as Best Nordic Short at Nordisk Panorama, ‘The Pride of Strathmoor’ premiered at Telluride and has won top animation prizes at Slamdance and the Florida Film Festival.
Animated horror short from ‘Bravest Warriors’ artist and writer Ian McGinty features Henry Rollins; ‘Welcome to Showside’ comic book series rolls out October 28.
Comedy horror short film directed by Media Design School lecturer Oliver Hilbert completed over four months by a group of 22 students.
New Los Angeles HQ to be headed up by executive producer Kate Hitchings joined by head of color Aubrey Woodiwiss.
As the company’s new partner and creative director, Jacobsen will apply his signature blend of filmmaking artistry and strategic thinking to creating visual content for advertising and branded installations.
Seattle production studio partners with Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington animate original short film for six-year-old cancer fighter.
Filmakademie to present ‘Best of Animation’ screening showcase at SIGGRAPH Asia 2015 taking place November 2-5 in Kobe, Japan.
Second Place 2015 VIEW Award given to ‘Phantom Power’ by Sam Bourner; ‘Däwit,’ ‘The Story of Percival Pilts’ and ‘Olilo’ receive honorable mentions.
Russia’s Konstantin Bronzit wins award for Best Animated Short; Canadian ‘Fears,’ directed by Nata Metlukh of Vancouver Film School, awarded Best Student Film.
Oscar-nominated filmmakers Job, Joris & Marieke to present their latest short, ‘Otto,’ at the Dutch animation festival; Disney animator Eric Daniels to lead master class.
Interactive film from the animation studio behind the Oscar-winning ‘The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore’ is scored by composer and DEVO co-founder Mark Mothersbaugh.
Jury Prize is awarded to South Korea’s ‘Afternoon Class’; award for Best Student Project goes to Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg short ‘Natural Attraction.’
British comedy troupe releases nearly 14 minutes of unseen footage animated by Terry Gilliam in celebration of the cult classic’s 40th anniversary.
Out of a whopping 1,378 entries, Triggerfish Animation Studios shortlists 23 features and 12 TV series for the inaugural Triggerfish Story Lab.
Categories include Best Animation in a Commercial, Best New Director: Commercials, Best Film/TV Graphics, Best Long Form Animation, Best Voice Performance, Best Use of Sound, Best Music Video, Best Short Film, Best Children’s Pre School Series, Best Children’s Series and Best Student Film.
Three-time Oscar nominee is best known for directing the animated cult classic ‘Heavy Metal’ and for his animation work on The Beatles’ ‘Yellow Submarine.’
Steve Boot’s ‘Once Upon a Blue Moon’ awarded as best independent film; Anni Oja’s ‘Viikset’ (‘The Moustache’) named best student film.
The 23rd edition of the Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film runs April 26 - May 1, 2016; deadline for entries is December 1, 2015.