The 3DCG animated film, licensed from RMVISTAR, tells the story of the Anacronte and Sorcerers of Evil’s tragic cost to humanity, with only death and grief bringing people together; watch it now on HBO Max.
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Submissions now being accepted for the 2021 Córdoba International Animation Festival, running October 6-8; held every two years since 2001, the festival promotes and celebrates the artistic and technological aspects of the art form, and is the main animation event in Argentina.
‘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.
The first edition of the event gathers more than 250 professionals to the Spanish isle on April 6-7.
Twenty-four works from nine countries are finalists for the first-ever edition of the awards, held on the island of Tenerife, Spain.
All-new on-air brand refresh from Buenos Aires-based global branding and creative agency reflects the playfulness and imagination of kids’ lives.
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.
Iconic artist whose work has appeared in publications including ‘Fierro,’ ‘Clarín,’ ‘Le Monde,’ ‘The New York Times,’ ‘The New Yorker’ and ‘Playboy’ was the 2012 recipient of Argentina’s Platinum Konex Award, which honored him as the foremost illustrator of the decade.
CG-animated family comedy from Argentinean Academy Award winner Juan José Campanella and featuring the voice talent of Ariana Grande and Matthew Morrison available on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand July 19, 2016.
Alternately known as ‘Metegol’ and ‘Futbol,’ CG animated family feature became the third-highest grossing film of the year when it was released in its home country of Argentina in 2013.
Argentinian animation studio Gizmo creates a new CG-animated holiday-themed spot for Netflix to help launch the streaming service’s new line of gift cards.
The Weinstein Co. acquires rights in the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand and France to Argentinian director Juan Jose Campanella’s animated feature, re-titled Underdogs.