Elodie Dermange’s ‘Armat’ and Adela Križovensk’s ‘Doubt’ take top honors at Slovakia’s newly designated Oscar-qualifying event; winners were announced at the event’s closing ceremonies on July 1.
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Almost 230 films were selected to participate in this year’s event, including original contemporary domestic and international animation featuring films by renowned filmmakers and young emerging talent; the event runs June 29-July 7.
Malte Stein’s ‘Thing’ Lola Fefevre’s ‘Mom, What’s Up with the Dog?’ take top honors at the Slovak Republic festival; winners were announced at the event’s closing ceremonies on July 2.
‘Polka-Dot Boy’ by Sarina Nehei named best animated short; eight other films honored as 14th edition concludes with July 4 closing ceremony.
Slovakia’s only animation festival targeted to mature audiences, running July 1-4, will feature online streaming of animated films via the Festhome.com streaming platform; film viewing will be available for one week after the program’s conclusion.
2021 edition, taking place July 1-4 in Slovakia, is now accepting submissions for animated short films, student films, music videos, and films for children.
2019 edition, taking place June 27-30 in Slovakia, is now accepting submissions for animated short films, student films, music videos and films for children.
Bulgarian-Canadian animator earned an Oscar nomination for his film ‘Blind Vaysha’ and will present a master class at the festival in Slovakia.
Submissions for animated shorts, student shorts, music videos, children’s shorts and Slovak shorts are open through Feb. 25.
Deadline for entries to the 10th edition of the International Animation Festival in Žilina, Slovakia is February 26, 2017.
Directors María Álvarez and Elisa Morais receive the Anča Award for their animated short film, ‘Three Fitted Flies’ (‘Tres moscas a medida’), at the 9th Fest Anča International Animation Festival in Žilina, Slovakia.