New animated kids’ show follows three little Ninjas who run the ultimate delivery service – anywhere, anything, and anytime; rollout underway as of July 1.
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Over 150 films compete in the international event including animated shorts, features, commercials, and music videos.
Award-winning director discusses his semi-biographical animated feature about a family’s desperate struggle to reunite during the communist party’s 1975-1979 Cambodian reign of terror.
The Marché du Film and the Annecy International Animation Film Festival have teamed up to present Animation Day in Cannes, a full day dedicated to animation.
Marc James Roels and Emma de Swaef’s award-winning stop-motion animated film set in Belgium-occupied Congo screening alongside their short film ‘Oh Willy...’ and Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s ‘The Burden.’
Marc James Roels and Emma de Swaef’s award-winning stop-motion animated film set in Belgium-occupied Congo to be accompanied by their short film ‘Oh Willy...’ and Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s ‘The Burden.’
Stop-motion animated film set in the late 19th century in the bitter milieu of Belgium-occupied Congo opens theatrically in Los Angeles on March 1.
Marc James Roels and Emma de Swaef’s Annie Award-nominated stop-motion animated feature to be released theatrically in Los Angeles on March 1.
Animated short films from 10 countries including Estonia, Germany, Mexico, Poland and Spain selected to compete at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival running January 24 through February 3.
Seven animated features selected to compete at the 2018 Ottawa International Animation Festival; Virtual Reality and Young Audience selections also announced.
Features from Japan, China, Korea, North America and Europe to be screened at the acclaimed festival.
Colorful adaptation of Italian author Carlo Collodi’s 1880 serialized adventures produced by Italy’s Cometa Film in conjunction with Iris Productions (Luxembourg), Walking the Dog (Belgium) and 2d3D Animations (France) arrives on DVD, Digital, and On Demand on April 10th.
Michaël Dudok de Wit will use examples from his acclaimed films in teaching the topic of intuitive creativity.
Official Smurfs licensor IMPS and the studio behind adaptations of ‘Spirou,’ ‘Little Spirou,’ ‘Papyrus,’ ‘Jojo,’ ‘Cedric,’ and more join forces to produce a new Smurfs TV series giving the little blue creatures an updated look.
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. This week we challenge another festival curator/director: Karin Vandenrydt from Anima, the Brussels Animation Film Festival.
Poland’s ‘Impossible Figures and Other Stories II’ by Marta Pajek receives Grand Prix award; Spela Cadez’s ‘Nighthawk’ (Slovenia) wins award for best narrative short.
Hans Ulrich Stoef to continue as the CEO of m4e, former Supervisory Board members Oliver Jansen, Cees Wessels, and Andrewas Kinsky have resigned.
Entertainment One inks deal with Cartoon Network in France and OUFtivi in Belgium for its new animated comedy series ‘Winston Steinburger and Sir Dudley Ding Dong’ developed in collaboration with animation studio Sticky Pictures.
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!’
Medieval comedy series from French producer TeamTO and Belgian producer Thuristar premieres in the U.S. on Monday, January 2.
Twelve charming, family-friendly films join four provocative shorts exclusively for mature audiences in the 18th annual Animation of Show of Shows; theatrical run in cities across the U.S. now underway.
Trailer for stop-motion/digitally animated short inspired by a medieval Flemish fable by graduating students Sander Dufourmont and Wouter Geerits wins the Jury Prize at the LUCA School of Arts in Ghent, Belgium.
French/Belgium co-production ‘A Town Called Panic: Return to School,’ directed by Vincent Patar and Stéphane Aubier, was awarded the Grand Prize for a short film, and also took home the Audience Award for ages 12-17.