Alberto Vázquez’s animated horror-comedy follows an epic war between teddy bears and unicorns as it explores religious zealotry and military fascism; Alamo Drafthouse starts screenings March 6 – also available on digital March 10.
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Alberto Vázquez’s animated feature, filled with disturbing, grotesque imagery set within vibrantly beautiful scenes, twists childhood icons to pursue themes some may find unsettling.
The award-winning director’s newest adult animated feature, described as ‘Bambi meets Apocalypse Now,’ makes its U.S. premiere at Fantastic Fest in Austin later this month; the film makes its U.S. theatrical debut this Fall.
10 animated features have been selected in competition at this year's event, including ‘Charlotte’ by Eric Warin and Tahir Rana, ‘Nayola’ by José Miguel Ribeiro and ‘The Island’ by Anca Damian; the 46th edition of the festival runs June 13-18.
Films by Rémi Chayé and Theodor Ushev among 21 winning projects awarded at the 44th festival edition, held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘The Tiniest Man in the World’ and ‘Decorado’ are win in the series and short film categories in the inaugural edition of the awards recognizing achievement in Ibero-American animation.
Blu-ray + DVD combo pack includes theatrical trailer, interview with the filmmakers, the original ‘Birdboy’ short, and the short film ‘Decorado’ by Alberto Vázquez.
Award-winning feature from directors Alberto Vázquez and Pedro Rivera includes bonus original short films.
Darkly comic ‘Birdboy: The Forgotten Children’ directed by Alberto Vázquez and Pedro Rivero opens in Los Angeles and New York on December 15th.
Goya Award-winning film directed by Alberto Vázquez and Pedro Rivero to hit select North American theaters beginning December 15th.
A tour of more than a dozen standout narrative, abstract and student short films from the 41st edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
Ottawa may be overheating tis week, but we’re staying cool with a bevy of fresh animation from all around the world.
Inaugural edition takes place October 20-22, 2017 at the TCL Chinese 6 Theaters, Hollywood; tickets on sale and full slate to be announced September 20.
Goya Award-winning film directed by Alberto Vázquez and Pedro Rivero to hit North American theaters Fall 2017.
Makoto Shinkai’s ‘Your Name’ and Theodore Ushev’s ‘Blind Vaysha’ win audience awards at the 36th Brussels International Animation Film Festival.
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.
Official selections for the 40th anniversary edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival include mixed media documentary, stories inspired by real life, and surreal worlds that reflect our own.
Ten prizes are awarded at Annecy 2016, including the Festivals Connexion Award, the Junior Jury Award for a Graduation Film, and the Junior Jury Award for a Short Film.
Goya Award-winning director, illustrator and cartoonist bringing his first feature film, ‘Psychonauts: The Forgotten Children,’ co-directed with Pedro Rivero, to Annecy 2016.