Each year the size of the Annecy Festival boggles my mind as it continues to grow. This year there were 3,139 films submitted, 93 of which were animated features. With more than 500 films screened throughout the week and more than 12,000 attendees at the festival and the MIFA market, it was impossible to see and do everything.
Francesco Filippi’s ‘Red Hands’ wins the Italianmix for best short; ‘Trois Francs, Six Sous,’ and ‘Blieschow’ also take top honors.
Grab your notepad and fashionable wool scarf; a packed roster of talent led by Brad Bird, Dean DeBlois and Rob Legato will rub elbows and share insights at the digital media conference and symposium set for October 21-25 in Turin, Italy.
Director mixes slapstick with elegant avant-garde in ‘Dont Know What,’ his OIAF 2019 grand prize-winning experimental animated short film.
To compete in the official selection with your films at Annecy Festival, or to be selected at the Mifa Pitches with your projects, register now!
Last minute confirmations pack an already expanded roster featuring top industry speakers; directors Jill Culton, Brad Bird, Dean DeBlois, Conrad Vernon, Sergio Pablos, Peter Ramsey and Eric Darnell lead an all-star lineup.
Have you written a script that embraces our common humanity? Do yourself and the world a favor! Enter it!
Conference attendees get early, extended look at highly anticipated sequel to the studio’s 2013 hit musical adventure, the highest grossing animated feature film of all time.
Animafest Zagreb is a festival that captures the child in all of us and mixes it with a level of sophistication that every world-class city aspires to.
Many notable shorts and features standout in a competition artistic director Chris Robinson calls ‘weird, disorienting and divisive.’
Creator of the battle royale game sensation, ‘PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ (PUBG), joins impressive list of speakers confirmed for October 21-25 digital media conference in Turin, Italy.
Catching up with Judith Gruber Stitzer, whose music is as varied and exciting as the many animated and live-action films and TV productions she's created soundtracks for.
The next edition of Anifilm taking place in the Czech Republic May 5–10, 2020 is open for submissions for your animated films, music and abstract videos and computer games!
CEE Animation Forum (formally Visegrad Animation Forum) is a leading pitching event for animated films in Central and Eastern Europe.
Anifilm always has strong programming so I was especially happy to be invited for this year’s edition as the theme was animated documentaries
CEE Animation Workshop is a year-long project development and production skills advancement programme for professionals - Aug 30 deadline for submissions
The Misweant writes about a different labyrinth and definitely not those ‘Turtles;’ plus, with apologies to Rocket J. Squirrel, ‘that voice… where have I heard that voice?’
Journalist and director discusses her award-winning room-scale VR experience, which chronicles the ever-present dangers of hidden IEDs for civilians in Iraq after the war against IS ended.
This is a truly unique opportunity. Three-day professional workshops and exclusive masterclasses run by prominent figures of world animation are one of several reasons to come to Poland on 8-12 October. During the Animarkt Stop Motion Forum 2019 Barry Purves, Juan Soto, Angela Poschet, and Christine Polis will share their knowledge with participants. Applications for workshops and masterclasses can be submitted until 5th September, the participation is free.