AWN’s Miscweant examines Dash Shaw’s new animated feature film, set in ‘surreal’ 1967, about an activist group trying to protect supernatural cryptids from amoral government agents.
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In honor of International Women’s Day 2021, WOW Women’s Film Club is hosting a free screening curated by Eiko Meredith of the Kotatsu Festival; a free drawing workshop by Japanese animator and illustrator Chie Arai will also be offered.
Photographer and filmmaker Gerco de Ruijter’s residence will take place in July, prior to the festival program, which runs from August 11-14.
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.
Now available on Digital and On-Demand, Viva Kids’ animated feature film sequel to ‘SnowTime!’ explores themes of friendship and teamwork, while digging deeply into an examination of pride, betrayal and healthy competition.
Award-winning fourteen-minute CG-animated film, now being developed as a feature film, was created in Autodesk Maya and Adobe CC and rendered in GPU renderer Redshift.
Indian filmmaker Ishan Shukla will write and direct a feature-length animated film based on his award-winning short of the same name, with 108 Media and Aurora Media Holdings on board to co-produce.
Every Thursday, Chris Robinson takes a look at films from animation’s past. This week's screening: Piotr Dumala's unique adaptation of Crime and Punishment (2000).