Out of a group of 76 films submitted, 7 were chosen to compete for the Grand Prize at the upcoming Ottawa International Animation Festival running September 21-25.
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16 WIP projects will be featured at the upcoming hybrid festival edition, with all selections accessible on the festival’s online platform; feature selections include ‘The Siren’ by Sepideh Farsi, ‘Unicorn Wars’ by Alberto Vázquez Rico, and ‘Princess Dragon’ by Anthony Roux and Jean-Jacques Denis.
Oscar gold: Pixar Animation Studio’s ‘Inside Out’ wins best animated feature and Gabriel Osorio and Pato Escala’s ‘Bear Story’ wins best animated short; ‘Ex Machina’ wins VFX prize.
Theatrical release expands to more North American cities on heels of nomination, with home video release date to be announced shortly.
Independent animation distributor garners double Oscar nominations for Best Animated Feature with Alê Abreu’s ‘Boy and the World’ and Studio Ghibli’s ‘When Marnie Was There.’
Nominees for Best Animated Feature are ‘Anomalisa,’ ‘Boy and the World,’ ‘Inside Out,’ ‘Shaun the Sheep Movie,’ and ‘When Marnie Was There.’
The best way to watch ‘Boy & the World’ is to think of it as a non-narrative exercise and just enjoy the visuals.
Directed by Alê Abreu and produced by Filme de Papel, ‘Boy and the World’ opens at the IFC Center in New York and the Laemmle Monica Film Center in Los Angeles on December 11th.
Directed by Alê Abreu and produced by Filme de Papel, ‘Boy and the World’ was awarded the Cristal for best feature at Annecy 2014.
Konstantin Bronzit’s ‘We Can’t Live Without Cosmos’ wins the Grand Prix award for best short film; ‘The Boy and the World’ by Alê Abreu wins Grand Prix award for best feature film.
Following last year’s feature Cristal winner ‘Rio 2096: A Story of Love and Fury,’ Brazilian animation is once again in the spotlight at the 38th edition of the Annecy International Animation Film Festival.
Animation distributor GKIDS acquires North American rights to the Brazilian animated feature ‘Boy and the World,’ directed by Alê Abreu.