Studio also announces they’re in production on ‘The House,’ Netflix’s first stop-motion commission out of the UK.
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Emma de Swaef & Marc James Roles, Niki Lindroth von Bahr and Paloma Baeza will each direct a chapter in dark comedy about a house and three generations of families who lived in it.
Marc James Roels and Emma de Swaef’s award-winning stop-motion animated film set in Belgium-occupied Congo screening alongside their short film ‘Oh Willy...’ and Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s ‘The Burden.’
Marc James Roels and Emma de Swaef’s award-winning stop-motion animated film set in Belgium-occupied Congo to be accompanied by their short film ‘Oh Willy...’ and Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s ‘The Burden.’
Stop-motion animated film set in the late 19th century in the bitter milieu of Belgium-occupied Congo opens theatrically in Los Angeles on March 1.
Marc James Roels and Emma de Swaef’s Annie Award-nominated stop-motion animated feature to be released theatrically in Los Angeles on March 1.
Director Nora Twomey and co-directors Christian Bøving-Andersen and Eva Lee Wallberg among animation artists honored at second annual ceremony in Lille, France.
Réka Busic’s ‘Solar Walk’ awarded Nelvana Grand Prize for short animation; ‘This Magnificent Cake’ by Emma de Swaef and Marc James Roels wins Grand Prize for feature animation.
Showcasing independent as well as more commercial work, provocative and diverse films lead the way at OIAF 2018.
Seven animated features selected to compete at the 2018 Ottawa International Animation Festival; Virtual Reality and Young Audience selections also announced.
Festival wraps with multiple honors for shorts, features, children’s films, Croatian films and audience favorites.
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Grand Competition also includes ‘A Dog’s Life,’ ‘Cinderella the Cat,’ ‘The Magnificent Cake!’ and ‘The Shower.’
Winner of the 2012 Cartoon d’Or, animated short featuring handmade puppets from directing duo Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels is now available for viewing online.