Festival programming will include a retrospective screening dedicated to Claude Barras, Marcel Barelli and Isabelle Favez; festival runs June 13-18.
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Seoul-born, Los Angeles-based independent stop-motion filmmaker employs Styrofoam and cinematic lighting to create a moving and intimate tribute to his mother.
Festival confirms its commitment to parity and inclusion with women filmmakers accounting for more than half the films screened.
‘Enough’ wins the International Audience Award, with ‘The Cannonball Woman’ selected Best Swiss Film.
Twenty-one animated features selected to screen at the 2018 edition of the Fantoche International Animation Film Festival.
Seventy-three animated short films to compete across three categories at the 16th edition of the Swiss animation festival.
Lorelei Pepi's Grace (1998), a mesmerizing and mysterious poetic meditation on time, mortality, and the daily difficulty of just being.
Exclusive making-of presentations of three animated features and one Virtual Reality film will be held for ‘Loving Vincent,’ ‘Have a Nice Day,’ ‘Zombillenium’ and ‘Nothing Happens.’
Stop-motion animated Swiss-French co-production selected to open the 14th International Animation Film Festival Baden, Switzerland; other features in the spotlight include LAIKA’s ‘Kubo and the Two Strings,’ Michael Dudok de Wit’s ‘The Red Turtle,’ Chris Prynoski’s ‘Nerdland,’ Sang-ho Yeon’s Seoul Station,’ and more.
Organizers of Switzerland’s largest animation film festival launch new ‘Humanité Animée’ program; final deadline for entries is May 31.
Switzerland’s biggest animation film showcase, to be held September 6-11 in Baden, adds three new awards to Swiss competition.