A diverse group of 155 animated shorts, features, series and VR works will compete at upcoming Ottawa International Animation Festival, running online September 23 – October 4.
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Award-winning director discusses his latest film, an animated musical about a 14 century Japanese Sarugaku Noh performer, set for a 2021 release.
Bruno Coulais, Chris Buck, Ron Clements, John Musker, Nick Park and Eric Darnell join a host of industry leaders headlining online festival’s selection of WIP, PREVIEW and Making Of presentations, running June 15-30.
Running June 15-30, the online festival, digital market and business conference has released its list of WIP and ongoing review sessions for feature films, TV series, specials, and XR projects.
Running June 15-30, the digital market and business conference will feature an extensive mix of pitch sessions, meetings, press conferences, and access to the latest animated projects.
Running June 15-30, the digital event will feature an extensive mix of animated film and project competitions, masterclasses, and related activities, along with extensive Mifa pitch, meeting, and expert presentation resources.
7th edition of Japanese festival, being held November 20-23, 2020, is now accepting short and feature film submissions.
37 shorts, 44 graduate films, 21 TV films and 35 commissioned films will compete as festival moves online for June 15-20 digital event.
Organizers announce 60th anniversary edition will proceed online from June 14-19 after deciding event couldn’t be rescheduled; official selection and online festival details coming April 15.
44th Ottawa International Animation Festival, which runs September 23-27, 2020, is now accepting submissions.
Director of ‘Isle of Dogs’ and Cristal winner ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox,’ along with ‘The French Dispatch’ collaborators Jason Schwartzman and Roman Coppola, will talk about his relationship with animation.
Take advantage of the early bird registration specials to ensure a spot at 60th anniversary edition, taking place in Annecy from June 15 - 20.
In response to 2019’s capacity and ticketing problems, the festival is making needed changes to accommodate screening capacity for the record numbers of attendees expected this summer.
Festival celebrates its 60th anniversary June 15-20, 2020; films and animation projects across multiple categories can now be entered for selection.
16 directors, including four from animated films, will receive medals at upcoming October 17 ceremony.
Canadian animators have until August 23 to submit their project proposals for the upcoming TAC forum kids' show pitching competition.
Diverse group of films from 36 countries set to compete at upcoming Ottawa International Animation Festival, which runs September 25-29.
Two finalists will present their projects to over 350 industry buyers and financiers; winner to receive $5,000 cash and other prizes.
Short film submissions due by June 30, features by July 31, for 6th edition of Japanese festival, being held November 1-4, 2019.
Entries in all short form categories as well as features, VR and commissioned work must be received by the last day of May.
6th edition of Japanese festival, being held November 1-4, 2019, is now accepting short film submissions in VR, GIF animation and digital motion comics.
Student Academy Award winners eligible for Oscars consideration; deadline for entries is June 1, 2019.
Forty-eight projects selected for the Graduation Films Competition, with an additional 24 projects selected for the TV Films category; 35 projects will compete in the Commissioned Films category.