Out of 75 films in 10 curated competition programs, 58 make their Montreal premiere at the in-person event coming to Concordia University next month; the NFB’s ‘Meneath: The Hidden Island of Ethics’ by Toronto-based Métis artist Terril Calder joins the lineup.
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The 14th edition returns in-person this September as a weekend gathering and celebration at Concordia University featuring workshops, exhibitions, and almost 10 hours of film content.
A virtual awards ceremony honored a multi-national list of films including ‘Fresh Breeze’ by Gabriella Coumau, Alyx Ecalle, Saliha Sittler and Constantin Rytz; ‘Love is Just a Death Away’ by Bára Anna Stejskalová; ‘Angakusajaujuq: The Shaman’s Apprentice’ by Zacharias Kunuk; and ‘Üks imeline mees’ (‘A Most Exquisite Man’) by Jonas Taul.
The 13th edition runs September 10-19, and features the panel discussion, ‘Indigenous Stop-Motion Productions—Voices and Images,’ and a stop-motion character workshop by Jean-François Lévesque.
The 13th edition returns primarily online, September 10-19, with some in-person workshops; 93 films from 31 countries have been selected for this year’s short film competition.
The event, running September 10-19, is accepting short film projects using puppet animation, object animation and/or pixilation; deadline for submissions is July 2.
Top honors go to multi-national list of films including ‘The Silly Duck Wizard’ by Terry Ibele; ‘Une de Perdue’ by Marie Clerc; ‘Uzi’ by Dina Velikovskaya; and ‘Un Coeur d'Or’ by Simon Filliot.
‘Home Sweet Home’ 12th edition will connect the international stop-motion animation community virtually.
Submissions are now being accepted for the event’s 12th edition taking place September 14 - 20; deadline for entries is June 30, 2020.
Films by Benoît Chieux and Alice Guimarães & Mónica Santos among prize winners honored at 11th festival edition’s closing ceremonies, which took place at Concordia University’s J.A. De Sève Cinema.
Sofia Carrillo’s ‘Cerulia’ awarded best independent film; Mark C. Smith’s ‘Two Balloons’ named best Youth Film.
One of LAIKA’s star animators, Rachelle Lambden, provides a first-person perspective on what it’s like to watch 87 films in two days as a jury member at the ninth edition of the Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival.
Robust program largely dedicated to the work of female directors and women who specialize in stop-motion animation runs September 15-17, 2017.
Festival Stop Motion Montreal, September 15 - 17, promotes all forms of stop motion animation; from puppet animation and Claymation to object animation and pixilation.
Deadline for submissions to the Festival Stop Motion Montreal‘s ninth edition running September 15-17 is June 30th.
Highlights of the eighth edition, taking place September 16-18, include Opening Night presentation from ‘Madame Tutli-Putli’ producers Clyde Henry Productions, a behind-the-scenes look at LAIKA’s ‘Kubo and the Two Strings,’ and indie stop-motion animator Chris Hopewell, who directed the music video for Radiohead’s ‘Burn the Witch.’