Stuttgart International Animation Festival to host two retrospective screenings of the Portland, OR-based artist’s award-winning short films; British Film Institute to host a preview screening of her forthcoming abstract animated feature film, ‘North of Blue.’
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New York independent filmmaker known for her provocative films on array of narrative themes including sex, the body, pregnancy, love, marriage, and depression, CalArts alum specializing in experimental animation, and Chicago-based painter and animator receive Fellowship grants.
Every Thursday, Chris Robinson takes a look at films from animation’s past. This week screens Virgil Widrich's trippy 2003 tribute to Hollywood, Fast Film.
Every Tuesday, Chris Robinson digests and dissects (relatively) new indie animation short films. This week, he screens three films dealing with the body and memory.
Poland’s ‘Impossible Figures and Other Stories II’ by Marta Pajek receives Grand Prix award; Spela Cadez’s ‘Nighthawk’ (Slovenia) wins award for best narrative short.
Every Tuesday, Chris Robinson digests and dissects (relatively) new indie animation short films. This week, he screens Ross Hogg's beautiful dissection of sports fans in Spectators (2013).
Part of the Jack H. Skirball series, screening at the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater to be held on Monday, March 13.
Watch the trailer, and learn how to enter the 2017 GLAS Animation Festival GIF Competition for a chance to win $500!
GLAS 2017 unveils a terrific programming lineup, including ‘Monkey’ by Shen Jie (China), ‘Nighthawk’ by Spela Cadez (Slovenia), Igor Kovalyov’s ‘Before Love’ (Russia), and the Dave Cooper/Rune Spaans collaboration, ‘Absence of Eddy Table’ (Canada).
Every Monday, Chris Robinson serves up ‘Animators Unearthed,’ a short profile of prominent and not-so-prominent indie animators.
In which AWN’s Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions. This week Canadian animator Steven Woloshen discusses his latest short, Casino.
This week Chris Robinson takes a look back at a 1975 film from American indie legend George Griffin.
Expansive program of screenings and discussion celebrating the vibrant field of experimental animation to be held December 9-11 at Whitechapel Gallery and Close-Up Cinema in London.
New book based on influential Animation History Class at CalArts by Maureen Furniss, director of the Institute’s experimental animation program, chronicles the history of animation from its earliest antecedents to the present day.
Chicago duo Alexander Stewart and Lilli Carré bring experimental animation showcase featuring two programs of short films combining classic and contemporary work to their new home in Los Angeles.
Watch the trailers for six of the abstract and experimental short films that screened at the 40th anniversary edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
Experimental 1979 music video by John Lamb and Bruce Lyon, ‘Tom Waits For No One,’ will debut for the first time in more than 35 years at Animation Volda, September 22-25 in Norway.
With a focus on focus on Balkan animation, Slovakian animation festival to host The Quay Brothers and Steven Woloshen at its ninth edition running June 29 through July 3, 2016.
Stop-motion homage to the silent, Russian classics from Los Angeles-based filmmaker and experimental animator John Cannizzaro takes a twisted look at the ongoing war between film and video.
Second edition of New York City showcase event to feature new experimental and narrative animation along with expert panels on the state of the industry.
In another sad story about artists ripping off other artists, EDM performer acknowledges unauthorized use of animator and visual artist’s work during a series of live events in 2013-2015.
Event featuring the latest achievements from students and alumni in the John C. Hench Division of Animation and Digital Arts will take place on Friday, April 15 at the DGA Theater.
Animation junkie and director of experimental gems ‘Bird Shit’ and ‘Totem’ explores the music-rich Japanese festival’s second edition.
Recently selected as Best Nordic Short at Nordisk Panorama, ‘The Pride of Strathmoor’ premiered at Telluride and has won top animation prizes at Slamdance and the Florida Film Festival.