Winning project is a platform that allows sharing of custom digital brushes inspired by real-life objects; finalists include a fantasy role-playing game ‘Kawia's Adventure’ and ‘Icebreakers,’ a VR comic that invites individuals to step into the panels of a pirate adventure.
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This year’s virtual festival promises 300 animated films from 53 different countries, live talks with filmmakers and other special programs.
Based on the works of author Nahoko Uehashi, the show will be distributed on home video and select digital outlets.
The festival promises nine exciting animation-filled days March 27 – April 4, 2021; Call for entries extended to October 1, 2020.
IFFR returns to Rotterdam with its commitment to support and promote independent filmmaking by talented new artists.
Bringing together all things animated, KLIK and Holland Animation Festivals create a new, two-city festival for animation running November 9-17.
Two new Origin systems will power one of the largest virtual arcades in Europe; additional locations planned throughout The Netherlands and beyond.
Oscar-nominated Dutch studio’s touching follow-up to ‘A Single Life’ is about the power of imagination.
The 2018 KLIK Amsterdam Animation Festival unveils a diverse competition program including acclaimed filmmakers and relative newcomers alike.
Nora Twomey and Faiyaz Jafri set as special guests at the 2018 KLIK Amsterdam Animation Festival running October 10-14.
Twenty children’s film and television projects in development selected for the Junior Co-production Market to be held October 26-27, 2017 during the Cinekid Festival in Amsterdam.
CG-animated short about a young woman who stumbles across a mysterious vinyl single that allows her to travel through time was nominated in 2015 for both an Academy Award and the Cartoon D’Or.
Special guest Daron Nefcy, creator and executive producer of the hit Disney series ‘Star vs. the Forces of Evil,’ to attend 2017 edition of the KLIK Amsterdam Animation Festival running October 17–22.
Blu-ray, DVD & Digital release of Oscar-nominated Studio Ghibli co-production packed with bonus features including behind-the-scenes featurettes & AFI Fest Q&A with director Michael Dudok de Wit.
Poland’s ‘Impossible Figures and Other Stories II’ by Marta Pajek receives Grand Prix award; Spela Cadez’s ‘Nighthawk’ (Slovenia) wins award for best narrative short.
Deadline for entries of short films, student films, commissioned works, documentaries and music videos, and animated virtual reality experiences is June 1st.
Free, monthly curated screening of animated short films and VR experiences from all around the world set for Wednesday, March 8.
Learn 10 things about open-source Blender technology and Project Gooseberry in the making of the Blender Foundation’s ‘Cosmos Laundromat – First Cycle.’
Inaugural event running January 20-22 to include a dedicated block of animated sci-fi shorts created by filmmakers from around the world.
Contemporary reinterpretation of Early Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch’s iconic painting was commissioned by the MOTI Museum for its New Delights exhibition on display through December 31st.
Studio Ghibli’s first feature co-production directed by Dutch animator Michael Dudok de Wit to screen in New York and Los Angeles beginning November 18, followed by a national rollout in January 2017.