The director discusses his intimate, award-winning animated documentary about the boyhood experiences of his long-time friend, an Afghan academic who lived as a gay Muslim in Afghanistan before escaping to Denmark through Russia.
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The 2D animated series follows a little hamster who dreams of becoming a cowboy in the Wild West; currently in production, the show has been presold to Super RTL in Germany, Denmark’s DR, Sweden’s SVT, RTS in Switzerland, Norway’s NRK, Arte Editions, and KMBO and TV5 Monde in France.
Jonas Rasmussen’s intimate and powerful 2D film tells the untold story of his long-time friend Amin’s life as a gay child growing up in Kabul before his escape via Russia to Denmark.
The integrated visual effects division is part of a global expansion of end-to-end post-production service offerings.
Based on stories by Finnish-Swedish author and artist, Tove Janson, the award-winning animated series relays and preserves important parts of Nordic cultural heritage.
Following 70 festivals and 13 awards for her short film ‘Solar Walk,’ the award-winning independent animator talks about distribution and monetization.
Jean-Marie Marbach’s abstract short, inspired by Visual Music and made entirely with Trapcode Suite, takes top prize at annual showcase for excellence in computer animation.
Grand Prize winner at the 2018 Ottawa Festival now available in a month-long limited free online release.
Seven animated features selected to compete at the 2018 Ottawa International Animation Festival; Virtual Reality and Young Audience selections also announced.
Ten graduate and undergraduate recipients selected for this year’s Animation Educators Forum scholarships.
Collaboration with Danish studio NVRMIND blends animation with virtual and mixed reality to immerse viewers inside the fantasies of the Oscar-nominated director of ‘Blind Vaysha.’
Celebrating the theme ‘Kawaii & Epikku,’ the Viborg Animation Festival will honor 150 years of diplomatic relations between Japan and Denmark.
Daytime Emmy-winning producer and former Warner Bros. Animation president signs with Copenhagen-based SYBO to take’ Subway Surfers’ from mobile game to animated series for television, film and other platforms.
Award for producer Marie Bro and director Siri Melchior boosts plans for an extended television series based on the books by Danish author Kim Fupz Aakeson.
Bjørn Blaabjerg Sørensen, graduate of The Animation Workshop in Denmark, explains how his team brought a unique claymation aesthetic to their CG animation.