May 4th conference at Chicago’s DePaul University, for animators / by animators, will feature special guests, speakers, masterclasses and demos.
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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.
Signature short film promoting 4th annual Berkeley, CA-based animation festival is directed by visual artist Manshen Lo, with music and sound by Skillbard.
With a new series in production at Cartoon Network Studios, the ‘Adventure Time’ alum reflects on learning to collaborate and the benefits of selling out.
Grab a café chair, order a double espresso, and enjoy AWN.com’s celebration of all things Annecy and the art, craft and industry of animation.
The creator-driven network reveals a new partnership with The Animation Workshop to sponsor a female student in EMEA.
From crafting a story around the musings of a five-year-old to employing an aging technical pipeline, no filmmaking challenge is too big for Hertzfeldt.
Lineup includes five new animated series from a new generation of creators, plus nine returning favorites.
From Bitter Films, ‘World Of Tomorrow Episode Two: The Burden Of Other People's Thoughts’ now available to rent on Vimeo.
Hornet Films Executive Producer Jan Stebbins outlines the company’s development path and what they’re looking to add to their slate.
Honorees include Arthur de Pins, Megan Nicole Dong, Dorota Kobiela, Kirsten Lepore, Kira Lehtomaki, Dave Mullins, Julia Pott, Carlos Puertolas, Dana Terrace, Nora Twomey.
Cartoon Network greenlights 2017 Sundance Film Festival selection ‘Summer Camp Island’ based on original short created by British animator and illustrator Julia Pott.
Every Friday AWN’s Chris Robinson unleashes some freewheeling cheer or loathing on the animation community to be mused, countered, or disregarded. It’s your call.
The Sundance Institute presents ‘Shorts Lab LA: Animation,’ featuring speakers Tom Kenny, Kirsten Lepore, Julia Pott, David OReilly and Kent Osborne, at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles on Sunday, August 23.
New York and Brooklyn-based production company opens shop in London’s Shoreditch area, representing directors Yves Geleyn, Dan & Jason, Peter Sluszka, Julia Pott, Gabe Askew, Eran Hilleli and Parallel.
The Sundance Film Festival rolls out a 95-minute program of animated shorts to theaters set to premiere at the Sundance Sunset Cinemas in Los Angeles on September 26, 2014, with more dates and cities to be announced in the coming weeks.
Hornet director Julia Pott teams with illustration powerhouse Julia Rothman to create a whimsical spot, “Beauty Grew All Around,” for the Regency Beauty Institute.
Five short films from directors at award-winning mixed media production company Hornet Inc. are set to screen at Annecy.