Festival, postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic, looks forward to once again bringing together a global audience to celebrate animation.
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Festival releases list of entries chosen to compete in short film, student film, and Croatian film categories; annual festival takes place June 8-13.
Multimedia exhibit showcases the prolific Zagreb School of Animated Film; now running through June 14 at Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb.
Submissions are now being accepted for the Croatian festival’s 10th edition taking place July 27 -31, 2020.
Running June 3-8, the 29th World Festival of Animated Film will screen more than 400 films from 45 countries, including 46 short films selected for the Grand Competition.
Forty-six shorts selected from a total of 1,800 submissions from 86 countries to compete in the Short Film Grand Competition at the Animafest Zagreb World Festival of Animated Film.
Award-winning stop-motion short co-produced by Croatia’s Finta Film and Slovenia’s Bonobostudio takes traditional multiplane cut-out animation to a new level in a tale of a drunken badger set loose on the roads.
Multi-award-winning short film co-produced by Croatia’s Bonobostudio and the National Film Board of Canada released online as a Vimeo Staff Pick.
Festival received more than 1,800 submissions from 76 countries for the festival, set for June 4-9 in Zagreb, Croatia.
International competition in Croatia seeks entries in five categories for the festival, scheduled for July 22-17 in Croatia.
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.
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. Today's guest is the legendary Croatian animation Borivoj Dovniković (aka. Bordo)
Sarajevo-born, Montreal-based director delves into the production of her latest short film, including the collaborative process, paying homage to a cultural icon, and embracing the imperfections of stop-motion animation.
France-Belgium-Japan co-production ‘The Red Turtle,’ directed by Michael Dudok de Wit, wins the feature film Grand Prix.
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. Today's guest is Eva Cvijanović, whose acclaimed film Hedgehog's Home is playing at this month's Zagreb and Annecy Animation Festivals.
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).
Third edition of the European Animated Short Film Festival to present groundbreaking works of contemporary animation from nearly 20 EU countries.
Jan Saska will pitch his new short ‘Hurikán,’ and Katarina Kerekesova will present her upcoming Christmas TV special which follows a very successful series ‘Mimi & Lisa.’
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. This week's guest is Daniel Šuljić, Artistic Director of the legendary Zagreb Animation Festival.
Every Monday, Chris Robinson serves up Animators Unearthed, a brief introduction to prominent and not-so-prominent indie animators. This week's focus is the influential Croatian company, Bonobostudio.
Croatian master of animation Borivoj Dovniković-Bordo to be honored with Animafest Zagreb’s Lifetime Achievement Award at the 27th World Festival of Animated Film.