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IFFR returns to Rotterdam with its commitment to support and promote independent filmmaking by talented new artists.
Animated documentary VR experience produced by Ado Ato Pictures and directed by Tamara Shogaolu to have its world premiere as one of five projects in Tribeca Immersive’s select Storyscapes competition.
‘Loving Vincent: The Impossible Dream’ now playing in select theaters with double billings of the documentary and Academy Award & BAFTA-nominated independent animated feature.
Directed by Marq Evans, documentary feature ‘Welcome To My Daydream’ will include new original Claymation scenes using characters the legendary stop-motion animator helped design prior to his death in 2018.
‘Loving Vincent: The Impossible Dream’ opens in U.S. theaters March 2019 with double billings of the documentary and Academy Award and BAFTA-nominated independent animated feature.
Alfonso Cuarón, Bradley Cooper, Spike Lee, Adam McKay, and Peter Farrelly receive nominations for the DGA’s top feature film award.
Louis Morton’s ‘Floreana’ and Joanna Priestly’s ‘North of Blue’ win grand prizes; best comedy award goes to Alison Snowden and David Fine’s ‘Animal Behaviour.’
Documentary film features interviews with Jorge R. Gutierrez, Eric Goldberg, Nancy Beiman, Bill Plympton and many other hand-drawn animators from all different corners of the industry.
Documentary feature chronicling the acclaimed Academy Award-winning director and Studio Ghibli co-founder headed to U.S. theaters for special two-day screening event.
U.K.-based boutique motion graphics and visual effects facility creates psychoactive graphics and a hallucinatory title sequence for feature documentary exploring the widespread adoption and dangerous effects of Adderall.
Disney’s Alternative Division to produce eight-episode documentary mini-series based on animation historian Mindy Johnson’s book, ‘Ink & Paint: The Women of Walt Disney's Animation.’
Six-minute animated short honors Charlottesville’s one-year anniversary by examining the complex issues surrounding ‘Do Black Lives Matter?’
Theatrical release of documentary feature chronicling the acclaimed Academy Award-winning director and Studio Ghibli co-founder set for winter 2018.
Designer brings to studio a decade of experience in commercials, working on brands including VW, Honda, Marvel and Ubisoft.
Joanna Priestley’s ‘North of Blue,’ NFB animated documentary ‘WALL,’ Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs,’ and Russian stop-motion feature ‘Hoffmaniada’ among highlights of PSIAF 2018.
Ahead of the Season 7 premiere of hit Adult Swim series ‘The Venture Bros.,’ Titmouse head and founder Chris Prynoski reflects on the independent animation studio’s early days.
New NFB shorts by Patrick Bouchard and Oscar-winning duo Alison Snowden and David Fine to screen at upcoming Toronto International Film Festival.
Elroy Simmons and Dr. Sarah Bowen lead a team of Northern Film School students at Leeds Beckett University to create classic UPA-inspired visuals for the news documentary feature ‘Mansfield 66/67.’
Production industry veterans Ron Cicero and Kimo Easterwood prepping new documentary feature about the controversial Nickelodeon series created by John Kricfalusi.
The subject of the 2016 documentary film ‘Floyd Norman: An Animated Life,’ Disney legend to discuss his life and career during a fireside chat kicking off SIGGRAPH 2017.
Deadline for entries of short films, student films, commissioned works, documentaries and music videos, and animated virtual reality experiences is June 1st.
‘Finding Dory,’ ‘Kubo and the Two Strings,’ ‘Moana,’ ‘The Secret Life of Pets’ and ‘Zootopia’ receive nominations for outstanding producer of animated theatrical motion pictures.
Inspirational story of a young man who learned how to communicate by immersing himself in the world of classic Disney animated films and a recreation of the terrifying events surrounding America’s first mass school shooting, in 1966, at the University of Texas Tower among 15 documentary features to advance in the 2016 Oscar race.