Many notable shorts and features standout in a competition artistic director Chris Robinson calls ‘weird, disorienting and divisive.’
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Shorts remain the heart and soul of the festival, and these films should contend for awards, applause and free drinks.
Romanian director’s film about a journey to find 70-year-old love letter’s author wins top festival award.
Seven animated features selected to compete at the 2018 Ottawa International Animation Festival; Virtual Reality and Young Audience selections also announced.
Every Wednesday, Chris Robinson takes a look at short animation films. Today, 'Love and Vehicles', a little Valentine card from 2013 courtesy of Draško Ivezić ('Manivald')
Estonian director’s 2D-animated short film making waves on the festival circuit is a lightly absurdist drama that showcases the delightfully dry humor characteristic of her homeland.
Diane Obomsawin’s I Like Girls, Chintis Lundgren’s Manivald and Eva Cvijanović’s Hedgehog’s Home to be featured in the shorts program.
A tour of more than a dozen standout narrative, abstract and student short films from the 41st edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
Ottawa International Animation Festival selects 92 films from 1,992 entries, including ‘The Story of O.J.,’ designed and animated by The Mill and Titmouse, Clyde Petersen’s ‘Torrey Pines,’ Eva Cvijanovic’s ‘Hedgehog’s Home,’ and ‘My Father’s Room’ from South Korean director Nari Jang.
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. Today's guest is Estonian animator, Chintis Lundgren (Manivald, Life with Herman R. Rott).
Every Tuesday, Chris Robinson digests and dissects (relatively) new indie animation short films. This week's short is the domestic comedy Life with Herman H. Rott by Chintis Lundgren.
French animated short directed by Celine Devaux wins Grand Prix Award at the inaugural edition of the GLAS Animation Festival in Berkeley, CA.