The VES Award nominee will showcase the creative processes behind Walt Disney Animation’s 62nd animated feature, coming to theaters this November; the conference takes place October 15-20 in Turin, Italy.
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Italy’s premier international event boasts a roster of award-winning guests, including ‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ co-director Joaquim Dos Santos, BAFTA Award winner and Oscar nominee Henry Selick, and Netflix’s ‘Nimona’ directors Nick Bruno and Troy Quane; event runs October 15-20.
Focus on Education includes workshops and masterclasses by renowned industry masters such as famed Disney animator Deja on ‘Character Animation;’ Lucasfilm VP and executive creator Chiang on ‘Art and ‘Star Wars;’ and Cartoon Saloon production designer Almu Redondo on ‘Art Direction, Visual Development and Stylization;’ the VIEW Conference takes place October 15-20 in Turin, Italy.
Manchester Animation Festival, the UK’s largest animation festival, returns HOME, November 12-17 in person and November 18-30 online.
Organized by GSIFA, the four-day international animation festival will take place November 9-12 in Lugano, Switzerland.
The hit Paramount film’s Annie Award-winning writer/director, along with Oscar-winning sound mixer Mark Ulano, join the stellar line-up of in-person attendees and speakers, including Henry Selick, Peter Sohn, and Sam Fell; the VIEW Conference takes place October 15-20 in Turin, Italy.
The animation, video game, and new media market will take place September 26 – October 1 in Valencia, Spain.
Daria Kashceeva’s ‘Electra’ takes top honors with Grand Prix Dimitris Eipides - narrative film and the International Competition Audience Award; Paul de Nooijer and Menno de Nooijer’s ‘Is Heaven Blue?’ wins Grand Prix Eipides for non-narrative film.
Annie Award-winner Joaquim Dos Santos will present in person the ‘making of’ Sony Picture Animation’s newest voyage into the Spider-Verse; the conference takes place October 15-20 in Turin, Italy.
Denmark’s largest animation festival returns September 25 – October 1, 2023, to celebrate all things animated!
Author of New York Times best-selling graphic novel on which Netflix’s new 3DCG adventure is based will head to Turin along with Nick Bruno and Troy Quane to present their film in-person; the conference takes place October 15-20.
The 15th International Animated Film Festival will be held in Batumi, Georgia from November 13-18; the festival is accepting submissions for its film competition with an entry deadline of August 25.
The 15th Festival International Animated Film Festival is now accepting films in multiple categories; event takes place in Batumi, Georgia, November 13-18.
TAFF, a competitive festival for animated shorts, returns for its 8th edition August 23-27; this year, animation meets video games.
Fell will attend in person, presenting on the making of Netflix and Aardman’s upcoming animated comedy about the new adventures of freedom-fighting chickens Ginger and Rocky; the VIEW Conference takes place October 15-20 in Turin, Italy.
Out of 2,165 entries from 85 countries, 40 films will compete in the Commissioned, Narrative, Non-Narrative, and Student categories; the festival runs September 20-24.
Nick Bruno and Troy Quane are set to attend the upcoming conference in-person to present their new animated feature, now streaming on Netflix, based on the New York Times best-selling graphic novel by ND Stevenson; the VIEW Conference takes place October 15-20 in Turin, Italy.
Submissions now being accepted for next year’s event in Niigata; inaugural Grand Prix winner ‘Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman’ by Pierre Földes revealed from 2023 edition.
The leading international short film competition returns to Bristol for its 29th edition running September 29-October 1, 2023.
Young Audiences 7+ selections for competition also announced, to be judged by the OIAF Kids Jury; the festival runs September 20-24.
Eight animated works have been chosen, ranging from ‘Outrageous to Absurd;’ the festival runs September 20-24.
Liam LoPinto’s ‘The Old Young Crow’ snags Best of the Festival Award; ‘Way Better,’ by Skirmanta Jakaitė, takes Best Animated Short.
Mundos Digitales returns to A Coruña this summer with a recruitment fair, a wide range of lectures and workshops from leading industry professionals, and an animation festival.
The Oscar-winning animator drew inspiration from the village of Salamiou’s landscape, creating ‘Views of World’ for the 22nd edition of the festival returning August 9-12.