Animarkt, in Łódź Poland, is the only international industry event that is dedicated solely to stop-motion animation project pitching.
The Sustainability Animation Residency - SAR is launching its fourth open call to submit applications.
The forthcoming Cité internationale du cinéma d’animation enters a new phase with its construction work getting underway.
Following a successful edition in 2023 with participants flocking the venue Haus der Wirtschaft in Stuttgart, FMX – Film & Media Exchange will return to four full days on-site
From September 26 until October 1 we went to the island of Syros to experience the wonderful Animasyros Animation Festival.
Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film (ITFS) Call for Entries – the film submission for the main competitions has started!
MONSTRA is accepting submissions of short and feature films until October 15 for the international competitive sections of the next edition of the festival in March 2024
The 6th edition of the CEE year-long training program will consist of 4 modules and will help develop 12 animated projects
On 17 August 2023, the world of animation lost one of the most creative and innovative animators with the passing of 67-year-old Paul Bush.
After viewing more than 3,700 films from 123 countries, the Selection Jury has chosen 130 works for Cinemina 2023.
There are a lot of books about animating and recently I read three that deserve to be on every animator’s bookshelf. They are enjoyable to read and full of excellent tips and information for novice and professional animators alike. Two of them, Independent Animation - Developing, Producing, and Distributing Your Animated Fim and Acting for Animators are updated versions of previously published books, proving their popularity.
This Autumn for the eighth time the entire animation world is visiting Łódź to discuss the industry’s situation and search for new talents.
There was no better way to ring out the 2022 animation festival season than with a trip to beautiful Bilbao in the Basque Country of Spain for AnimaKom.
Tired, depressed, sick, cold, nauseous, tense, exhausted... In 2014, cartoonist, graphic novelist and illustrator Maaike Hartjes suffered a burnout.
With a style that ‘blended expressionism and magical realism,’ the filmmaker produced 16 shorts and one feature, including the award-winning ‘Harpya’ and ‘Nocturnal Butterflies;’ he also served as ASIFA president for a decade and founded continental Europe’s first animation training course in 1960 at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent.
Raoul Servais, known as the wizard of Ostend, passed away on Friday 17 March in his home in Leffinge, West Flanders, Belgium.