Chicago duo Alexander Stewart and Lilli Carré bring experimental animation showcase featuring two programs of short films combining classic and contemporary work to their new home in Los Angeles.
2016’s VIEW Conference starts next week in Turin - watch AWN's two-part interview with the Google ATAP’s Spotlight Story writer, director and character designer from the 2015 edition.
The 2016 VIEW Conference kicks off next week in Turin - watch AWN's two-part interview with the Sony Pictures Animation artist from the 2015 edition.
Standout shorts range from surreal, hand-drawn interpretations of a bicycle race to painstakingly crafted 3D animation showcasing a formidable range of CG expertise and artistry.
Twelve charming, family-friendly films join four provocative shorts exclusively for mature audiences in the 18th annual Animation of Show of Shows; theatrical run in cities across the U.S. now underway.
With the 2016 VIEW Conference kicking off October 24, watch AWN's two-part interview with Ben Snow from the 2015 edition.
The Ottawa International Animation Festival’s artistic director tries not to take himself too seriously as he celebrates the landmark 40th anniversary edition of the largest independent animation festival in North America.
Suren Perera and Thomas Duncan-Watt win coveted development deal with Corus Entertainment for original kids series ‘Owl & Cloud.’
Watch the trailers for six of the abstract and experimental short films that screened at the 40th anniversary edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
Countdown to VIEW 2016: Two-time Oscar-winner Rob Legato, visual effects supervisor for Disney’s The Jungle Book, rounds out a stellar VIEW 2016 program; Film, Games, and VR Industry leaders offer 18 workshops.
The NFB’s ‘I Like Girls’ won the Grand Prize at the 40th anniversary edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival, but here are seven other animated shorts from the Narrative competition we liked even better.
Presented by Atomic Cartoons, October 14 event to feature a 90-minute selection of rare and never-seen animated short films specially selected by the creator of ‘Bambi Meets Godzilla.’
Oscar-winning visual effects supervisor who has worked with James Cameron, Robert Zemeckis and Martin Scorsese to present keynote address on his recent collaboration with director Jon Favreau on Disney’s photorealistic CG/live-action adventure reboot of the classic animated film.
Counting down to the 2016 VIEW Conference kick off October 24, 2016, watch AWN's two-part interview with Jorge Gutierrez from the 2015 edition.
Counting down to the 2016 VIEW Conference kick off October 24, 2016, watch Mark Osborne's interview from the 2015 edition.
Grand Prize for Features is given to previous OIAF Grand Prize winner Jean-François Laguionie for ‘Louise by the Shore’; Theodore Ushev’s ‘Blind Vaysha’ receives awards for Best Narrative Short Animation and Best Canadian Animation.
Running October 24-28 in Turin, Italy, VIEW 2016 to feature speakers from five of the six highest-grossing films of the year.
Official short film selections in eight categories are unveiled for the KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival taking place October 25-30.
Experimental 1979 music video by John Lamb and Bruce Lyon, ‘Tom Waits For No One,’ will debut for the first time in more than 35 years at Animation Volda, September 22-25 in Norway.
Deadline for submissions to Brazil’s ANIMAGE - IV International Animation Festival of Pernambuco, running November 22-27, 2016 in Recife, Brazil, is September 11.
Guillaume Blanchet’s ‘Tea Time’ wins the award for best short film at Animaze 2016, the Montreal International Animation Film Festival & Industry Conference.
Major retrospective of Spanish animation features historic work from 1908 through 1975 featuring artists, designers, humorists and studios including K-Hito, Francisco Macián, Robert Balser, José Antonio Sistiaga, Isabel Herguera, Javier Mariscal, Mercedes Gaspar, Rodrigo Blaas, Anna Solanas, César Díaz Meléndez, Nicolai Troshinky, Jossie Malis, Laura Ginès, Alberto Vázquez, Estudios Moro, Balet y Blay, and the Headless Studio.
Stop-motion animated Swiss-French co-production selected to open the 14th International Animation Film Festival Baden, Switzerland; other features in the spotlight include LAIKA’s ‘Kubo and the Two Strings,’ Michael Dudok de Wit’s ‘The Red Turtle,’ Chris Prynoski’s ‘Nerdland,’ Sang-ho Yeon’s Seoul Station,’ and more.