Festival confirms its commitment to parity and inclusion with women filmmakers accounting for more than half the films screened.
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‘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.