Works from Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Spain, Mexico, and Portugal are honored across nine categories at May 29 in-person gala event and closing ceremony recognizing achievements in Ibero-American animation.
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The event kicked off May 10 with a full slate of online and onsite events including meetings, conferences, workshops, and presentations; the Best Shorts finalists will be available for home viewing through May 23 via the Retiana Latina and Filmin platforms.
Winners will be revealed at a May 29 ceremony; event will also honor the Cuban cartoonist and animation film director Juan Padrón.
‘Tainá and the Amazon's Guardians’ wins best animated series; ‘The Cubicbird’ wins best animated short film at the virtual ceremony closing out the online Ibero-American Animation ‘Quirino month.’
Through June 14, Retina Latina and Filmin platforms are streaming the three contending animated shorts, along with past category winners from the first two festival editions.
Ibero-American Animation Quirino Awards 2020 responds to COVID-19 by creating a month-long online event.
3rd edition, previously set for April 16-18 in Tenerife, Spain, will not be held; plans for online edition will soon be released.
Winners from the upcoming 3rd Edition will be announced at a special awards ceremony on April 18 in Tenerife, Spain.
Finalists will be announced on February 18 at Casa de América de Madrid; winners will be announced at a special awards ceremony on April 18 in Tenerife.
Third edition invites animated submissions in multiple categories including feature films, shorts, and this year for the first time, video game animation; deadline set for December 12.
‘Jorel’s Brother – Be Broccoli!’ wins best series; ‘Guaxuma’ wins best short film at the second edition of the Ibero-American Animation Quirino Awards.
Running April 5 & 6 in the island of Tenerife, second edition of the Ibero-American Animation Quirino Awards Co-Production Forum will gather animation industry professionals from 20 territories.
25 animation projects from seven countries will vie for honors in nine categories at the April 6 ceremony, being held on the island of Tenerife, Spain.
Deadline for submissions to second annual event recognizing Ibero-American animation is December 8; award ceremony to be held April 6, 2019 on the island of Tenerife.
Twenty-four works from nine countries are finalists for the first-ever edition of the awards, held on the island of Tenerife, Spain.