The animated family adventure and finalist for the Ibero-American Animation Quirino Awards opens soon in Australia and New Zealand; Double Dutch International will release it theatrically in Mexico, Germany, Austria, Portugal, Italy, CIS & Baltics, Vietnam, Middle East, UK, and South Africa.
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The 40th edition moves completely online; over 250 movies will be available on demand during the festival, which runs February 12-21.
Special program will feature Korean independent shorts and animated features including ‘The Shaman Sorceress,’ ‘Motel Rose,’ and ‘Beauty Water.’
169 films are chosen to compete at 40th edition of the Brussels International Animation Film Festival, taking place February 12-21, 2021.
Agreements with NAZ, Science SARU, Studio Mir and MAPPA expands the streamers already formidable lineup of production line partnerships to nine.
Streamer’s newest thrillingly bloody anime, an adaptation of CAPCOM’s hit open world RPG of the same name, is set to drop on September 17th.
Dominique Seutin and Karin Vandenrydt take over for Doris Cleven; German artist Gail Alkabetz chosen to design 2021 poster.
Alexandre Siqueira’s short takes top honor along with a 2,500-euro prize; Luca Tóth’s ‘Mr. Mare’ awarded the international jury’s special prize.
67 films selected to compete at 39th edition of the Brussels International Animation Film Festival, taking place February 21 – March 1, 2020.
Alex Burunova’s film explores the history and growth of the fast paced, highly stylized and influential world of anime production.
Partnerships with leading Japanese production studios Anima, Sublimation, and David Production join deals with Production I.G and bones.
The 2019 Brussels International Animation Film Festival dedicated its closing ceremony to the innovative Dutch filmmaker, writer and musician, who passed away on March 7.
The Brussels International Animation Film Festival, taking place March 1-10, has chosen its European neighbor France as this year’s festival focus.
Festival programmers announce eight projects selected for their first animated virtual reality film competition, being held in Brussels March 1-10.
Features from Japan, China, Korea, North America and Europe to be screened at the acclaimed festival.
Michaël Dudok de Wit will use examples from his acclaimed films in teaching the topic of intuitive creativity.
Córdoba International Animation Festival, October 11 – 13, brings together academics, art and culture in a unique event devoted to animation in its artistic and technological dimensions.
Italian and Portuguese animation in the spotlight at the 2017 edition of the Brussels International Animation Festival; feature programming includes Ann Marie Fleming’s ‘Window Horses,’ Bill Plympton’s ‘Revengeance’ and Jean-François Pouliot and François Brisson’s ‘Snowtime!’
Coinciding with the film’s 30th anniversary, new hardcover release joins the Studio Ghibli art book collection and features a stunning array of illustrations, character artwork and insights from the pioneering creator.
With a special spotlight on projects from Latvia and The Netherlands, the 2015 edition of the Brussels International Animation Film Festival will be held February 13-22.
The 19th International Film Festival Etiuda&Anima 2012 in Krakow, Poland, has opened its call for entries to the ANIMA COMPETITION.