Tagged With: Chinese Animation
Taking place this November in Hangzhou, China, IAF looks at ‘Chinese Independent Animation in the 21st Century;’ submissions are now open for international animated films, research papers, and proposals focused on Chinese animation; entries must be received by September 30.
To celebrate being active in the face of the pandemic, famed painter and animator is looking for artists everywhere to participate in a special sequence within his new 90-minute film.
Director Ji Zhao shares an exclusive clip and talks about the Chinese animation studio’s compelling adaptation of a legendary Chinese fable, which opens tomorrow in L.A. and November 29 in select theatres.
Chinese-American ‘bird out of water’ animated feature directed by Christopher Jenkins finally reaches U.S. audiences.
Tencent-backed sci-fi show illustrates growing VOD audience for innovative creative efforts aimed at adults.
Twelve years in the making, epic fantasy adventure written, produced and directed by animators Xuan Liang and Chun Zhang is hailed as the forefront of the burgeoning Chinese animation industry.
At long last, AWN’s resident Miscreant returns to writing about animation – in particular, two recent features, From China and Japan, that couldn’t be more different.
Every Wednesday, Chris Robinson takes a look at short animation films. Today: Xi Chen's 'The Swallow' (2014)
Every Wednesday, Chris Robinson takes a look at short animation films. Today: Xiaotao Zhang's 'The Adventure of Liang Liang' (2017).
Suzhou’s Up Studios founder is masterminding an IP empire, with his latest series debut racking up over 300 million views on Tencent Video.
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. Today's guest is the extraordinary Chinese animator, artist and rapper, Lei Lei.
Annecy 2017 plans a special focus on China - will the nation’s burgeoning animation industry seize the opportunity?
This year at Annecy’s MIFA animation marketplace, the conversation about Chinese animation was anything but the same old story.
China’s most prominent independent animator is both frustrated and inspired by an indifferent and often troubled domestic filmmaking landscape.