With theatrical release on hold, four editions of beloved annual animation anthology, totaling 56 films, now available in special online presentations.
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Though the event was canceled by the city of Austin, with its juries already in place and a majority of filmmakers opting in, competitions were held and awards announced.
Director’s stop-motion music video, showcasing three queer friends and lots of yarn, delivers a message of support to those struggling to be themselves.
In Valerie Barnhart’s hybrid 2D stop-motion short, her first animated film, Jamie is still haunted by the guilt of ignoring the girl in the hallway.
Emma de Swaef & Marc James Roles, Niki Lindroth von Bahr and Paloma Baeza will each direct a chapter in dark comedy about a house and three generations of families who lived in it.
18th edition is now accepting animated work entries in multiple categories, including feature films, shorts, student films and a special kid’s competition; deadline is May 15.
Polish director Tomek Popakul’s Annie Award-nominated short film is a jagged, hypnotic Eastern European road trip viewed through a depressing but entrancing cartoon shaded daze.
An intimate, sober and thoughtful animated short that imagines what a Chinese man’s family life might have been had his mother not been forced to terminate her second pregnancy.
Can Rudolph, now a fallen hero, will himself back to former glory as the leader of Santa’s reindeer team?
Dutch filmmaker Floor Adams talks about her award-winning short film filled with the heartbreak and humor of living with Asperger’s syndrome.
Regina Pessoa talks about her moving short film, which won the Jury Award at Annecy and just received an Annie Award nomination.
67 films selected to compete at 39th edition of the Brussels International Animation Film Festival, taking place February 21 – March 1, 2020.
Directors Anna Samo and Lisa LaBracio discuss their TED-Ed short film based on the Brendan Constantine poem about the opposite to the word ‘gun.’
The award-winning filmmaker shares the story behind her latest film, a mixed media, stop-motion and hand-drawn ode to a cherished uncle.
In the first fully animated film using the encaustic, hot-wax painting technique, a rootless, melancholy man sifts through memories while struggling to locate home, family and self.
International collaboration of artists and sponsors, including Artella, Autodesk and Foundry, come together, helping writer/director Carlos Baena achieve his chilling creative vision.
5th annual animation festival, coming March 19-22, 2020, is still accepting entries; submission deadline is November 1.
The acclaimed animator celebrates his deal with the multi-platform media company, talks about his latest work, and tells a very scary horror story.
In her award-winning short, live actors are injected into the uniquely chaotic and morphing animated vortex, creating a riveting and impactful viewing experience.
Michael Frei and Mario von Rickenbach’s powerful short about the random actions of a faceless group wins top prize at annual showcase for excellence in CG animation.
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.
Andrew Bujalski to serve as creative lead for English dub of the award-winning animated feature, which comes to U.S. theatres and Netflix this November.
Many notable shorts and features standout in a competition artistic director Chris Robinson calls ‘weird, disorienting and divisive.’