Animated features by award-winning directors Denis Do and Jérémy Clapin among films selected in 37 categories for Palm Springs International Animation Festival, coming December 14-15 to Palm Springs, California.
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Festival unveils the official selection for its first VR competition, which includes Oscar-winning director John Kahr’s Oscar-nominated ‘Age of Sail.’
Festival unveils its official short film selection that includes Oscar-nominated Theodore Ushev’s latest film, ‘The Physics of Sorry’ and fellow nominee Konstantin Bronzit’s ‘He Can’t Live Without Cosmos.’
Bringing together all things animated, KLIK and Holland Animation Festivals create a new, two-city festival for animation running November 9-17.
6-day festival concludes with numerous awards for shorts, features, kids’ programming and Croation films.
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.
Annecy 2018 Cristal-winner and Gobelins graduate creates signature materials for upcoming 2019 edition of Bucheon International Animation Festival.
Annecy Cristal winner to screen in New York on June 7 at the IFC Center and in Los Angeles on June 14 at the Laemmle Glendale.
Family comedies remain the focus of CARTOON MOVIE projects, with 44 family-focused projects comprising 67 percent of the total projects to be presented at this year’s event.
‘Funan,’ ‘Pachamama,’ ‘Chequered Ninja,’ ‘Luis and the Aliens’ among the nominees; 900 animation professionals attending Cartoon Movie will vote on the winners to be announced on March 7.
The Miscweant reports on New York’s French Institute Alliance Française’s 2nd annual festival of French animation.
Winner of the top prizes at last year’s Annecy and the Animation Is Film festivals, filmmaker Denis Do’s emotionally searing debut set in Cambodia slated for theatrical release later this spring.
Bucheon International Animation Festival selects Annecy 2018 Cristal-winner and Gobelins graduate to produce signature materials for upcoming 2019 edition.
Legendary director Michel Ocelot the guest of honor at the second annual edition of the only U.S. festival dedicated to French animation.
Director Nora Twomey and co-directors Christian Bøving-Andersen and Eva Lee Wallberg among animation artists honored at second annual ceremony in Lille, France.
Twenty-one animated features selected to screen at the 2018 edition of the Fantoche International Animation Film Festival.