Celebrating the festival’s 10th anniversary, the event will include four short film programs featuring award-winning and emerging talent in Japanese animation; highlights include Koji Yamamura’s ‘Water Dreams/Dreams into Drawing.’
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Diverse group of films from 36 countries set to compete at upcoming Ottawa International Animation Festival, which runs September 25-29.
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.
Toei Animation’s Yôichi Kotabe to serve as Guest of Honor; Studio Ponoc’s short film anthology ‘Modest Heroes’ to receive French premiere.
Signature short film promoting 4th annual Berkeley, CA-based animation festival is directed by visual artist Manshen Lo, with music and sound by Skillbard.
Every Monday or so, Chris Robinson asks an animator how they made a particular film. This week: Koji Yamamura’s Kafka’s A Country Doctor
Every Monday, Chris Robinson serves up Animators Unearthed, a brief introduction to prominent and not-so-prominent indie animators. Today's featured animator is Koji Yamamura, whose work is being celebrated this week at Animafest Cyprus.
Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to fund four Vivaldi-inspired original animation works by Theodore Ushev , Atsushi Wada, Priit and Olga Pärn, & Anna Budanova launches July 25th.
Italian-French co-production ‘Iqbal: Tale of a Fearless Child’ wins Pulcinella Award for Best Animated Feature; Switzerland’s ‘Ariadne’s Thread,’ directed by Claude Luyet, wins Best Animated Short.
Every Thursday, Chris Robinson takes a look at films from animation’s past. This week he screens an informal trilogy by Koji Yamamura.
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. This week's guest is the great Japanese animator, Koji Yamamura.
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.