The Grand Prix went to Juliette Laboria for her short film ‘Pests;’ James Thatcher wins this year’s GIF competition for ‘Soccer Bounce.’
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The online event, running April 6-10, announces its initial line-up and official selections in competition; it’s still not too late to enter the 2022 GIF Competition sponsored by GIPHY Arts.
GLAS Animation Festival, running online April 6-10, reveals its official poster; GIF submissions must be received by March 24 for a chance to win $500.
Running online April 5-11 this year, the 6th annual event features new programs including panel discussions ‘How to Pitch Your Film’ and ‘How to Get the Gig’ as well as virtual watch parties and free webinars.
Jurors consists of a talented and diverse team of professionals, ranging from the world of animation, the video game industry, contemporary art, and the sustainability and environmental sectors; deadline for SAR’s submissions is January 10.
Director of film about a young loner’s exploration and celebration of urban chaos will receive a $25,000 grant to develop an original animated project with FXX.
5th annual animation festival, coming March 19-22, 2020, is still accepting entries; submission deadline is November 1.
Selection of the best films from the GLAS Animation Festival will hit select U.S. theatres this coming Fall.
Sophie Koko Gate receives the FXX Elevation Award – which includes a $25,000 all-in development and production deal with FX Networks – for her short film ‘Slug Life.’
With the lofty goal of transforming the cultural understanding and language of animation as an artistic medium, in its fourth year the GLAS Animation Festival continues to grow, packed with special guests, more than 20 special programs, and a new Vimeo Staff Pick Award.
For the first time ever, the Vimeo Staff Pick Award will be presented at the GLAS Animation Festival with a $2,500 cash prize and online launch as a Staff Pick.
Forty-one animated short films selected for the GLAS Animation Festival 2019 international competition.
Signature short film promoting 4th annual Berkeley, CA-based animation festival is directed by visual artist Manshen Lo, with music and sound by Skillbard.
Los Angeles screening event includes six Oscar-worthy independent animated shorts, with a special in-person appearance and Q&A by Jeron Braxton.
Shakespeare & Keesling to serve as vice presidents; GLAS Animation Festival founder Jeanette Bonds appointed as ASIFA-Hollywood’s international representative.
Two grants of $2,500 each will be awarded to individual filmmakers in the United States making animated shorts outside of a commercial context.
Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s stop-motion existential musical short ‘The Burden’ is the big winner at the third annual edition of the GLAS Animation festival, receiving the FXX Elevation Award, the Audience Award and the Grand Prix Award.
GLAS Animation director Jeanette Bonds discusses the evolution of the fledgling festival as it enters its third edition with a powerhouse lineup including special guests David OReilly, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, Ruth Lingford, Réka Bucsi, Boris Labbé and more.
Highlights of GLAS 2018 include a conversation with ‘Everything’ creator David OReilly, along with special guests Phil Lord and Chris Miller, retrospective screenings of work from Ruth Lingford, Réka Bucsi and Boris Labbé, and a closer look at director Jorge Gutierrez’s VR short for Google Spotlight Stories, ‘Son of Jaguar.’
Also set for the festival March 22-25 in Berkeley, Calif.: David OReilly, Michael Frei, Jonathan Hodgson, Sophie Koko Gate, Rachel Sale and Sawako Kabuki.
New signal film for the third annual edition of the Berkeley, CA-based festival is directed by Tel-Aviv based illustrator, animator and avid doodler Ori Toor with music and sound by Skillbard.