BIAF 2019 Grand Prize winner for her film, ‘Marona’s Fantastic Tale,’ will create signature materials for upcoming 2020 edition to be held October 23 - 27.
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Legendary animation director, artist, teacher and mentor best known for ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ and ‘The Animators Survival Kit,’ passes away at his home in Bristol, England.
Fathom Events brings the timeless story of a young girl finding her way in the world to the big screens on July 28, 29 and 31.
Every Thursday, Chris Robinson takes a look at films from animation’s past. Today: John Canemaker's powerful memoir, The Moon and The Son (2005)
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. This week's guest is the man behind The Red Turtle, Michael Dudok de wit.
Oscar-winning director brings us ‘Life, Animated,’ a heartbreaking, evocative and ultimately uplifting live-action/animated documentary about a young man’s struggle with autism and his unique embrace of Disney animation.
Oscar-winning director of ‘Feast’ discusses his brand-new Virtual Reality project for Google Spotlight Stories about a father, a daughter, their music, and a very special car.
Coinciding with the film's DVD & Blu-ray release, the veteran Industrial Light & Magic VFX supervisors discuss the importance of lighting and practical in-camera shooting on Disney and J.J. Abrams' epic space adventure.
Overall VFX supervisor dishes on his stunning Academy Award win for best achievement in visual effects on Alex Garland’s sci-fi thriller.
London-based VFX house wins the Academy Award for best visual effects for its work on Alex Garland’s ‘Ex Machina’; DNeg previously recognized for Christopher Nolan’s ‘Inception’ and ‘Interstellar.’
Distinguished member of the Cogswell College board of directors receives his second Academy Award for his groundbreaking design work of the PDI/DreamWorks Animation Media Review System.
Known as the “Writers Festival” since its inception 23 years ago, Austin Film Festival recognizes the importance of narrative at the core of filmmaking. By celebrating the work of storytellers; those committed to crafting intricate worlds, fully-formed characters, and diverse perspectives, AFF bolsters its reputation as a champion for the creator.
Make sure to submit your film to AFF’s Oscar®-qualifying Animated Short category! Many animated shorts that play AFF have gone on to be nominated for an Academy Award®, including The Dam Keeper in 2015, Head Over Heels in 2013 and The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore in 2012.
Nicole van Goethem’s 1985 Cristal and 1987 Oscar-winning short stands out in Annecy 2015 homage to female animators.