Anifilm International Festival of Animated Films 2018 to be held May 1-6 in the city of Třeboň in the Czech Republic.
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Downtown Los Angeles animation and music event curated by producer/photographer Peter Galindo, animator Sam Lane and musician Wolf Woodcock to be held on August 27.
CalArts, China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Filmakademie, Kingston University, Ringling, SVU and USC represented in U.S and international animation categories.
Student film ‘Song of a Toad’ named best in show; John Lewis ‘Buster the Boxer’ wins jury award; MOPA’s ‘Garden Party’ awarded best student project.
Sweden’s ‘The Burden’ directed by Niki Lindroth Von Bahr wins Cristal Award for a Short Film; Japanese director Masaaki Yuasa’s ‘Lu Over the Wall’ receives Cristal for a Feature Film.
SVA ushers in a new wave of animators, artists and filmmakers with Hollywood showcase and alumni networking opportunities.
Eighty-seven shorts and 49 graduation films selected to compete at the 2017 edition of the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.
Deadline for entries of short films, student films, commissioned works, documentaries and music videos, and animated virtual reality experiences is June 1st.
Standout shorts range from surreal, hand-drawn interpretations of a bicycle race to painstakingly crafted 3D animation showcasing a formidable range of CG expertise and artistry.
‘Die Flucht,’ by Carter Boyce at DePaul University, ‘Once upon a Line,’ by Alicja Jasina at USC, and ‘The Wishgranter,’ by Echo Wu from Ringling College of Art and Design, named winners at the 2016 Student Academy Awards.
Directed by Francesco Aber and Alessandro Mattei, CG-animated short was produced at the National School of Cinema in Turin, Italy.
Trailer for stop-motion/digitally animated short inspired by a medieval Flemish fable by graduating students Sander Dufourmont and Wouter Geerits wins the Jury Prize at the LUCA School of Arts in Ghent, Belgium.
The Cristal for a Feature Film is awarded to French-Swiss co-production ‘My Life as a Courgette (Ma vie de Courgette),’ directed by Claude Barras.