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Awards Headline News

‘Something to Remember’ Named Best Film at Fantoche 2020

Festival confirms its commitment to parity and inclusion with women filmmakers accounting for more than half the films screened. 

SVOD Headline News

Netflix Greenlights Stop-Motion ‘The House’ from Nexus Studios

By Dan Sarto | Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at 3:40pm

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.

GKIDS Headline News

CLIP: ‘This Magnificent Cake!’ Now Playing in Los Angeles

Marc James Roels and Emma de Swaef’s award-winning stop-motion animated film set in Belgium-occupied Congo screening alongside their short film ‘Oh Willy...’ and Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s ‘The Burden.’

GKIDS Headline News

Mark Your Calendars: ‘This Magnificent Cake!’ Opens in Los Angeles March 1

Marc James Roels and Emma de Swaef’s award-winning stop-motion animated film set in Belgium-occupied Congo to be accompanied by their short film ‘Oh Willy...’ and Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s ‘The Burden.’

Short Films Headline News

Watch Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s ‘The Burden’ on Vimeo On-Demand

The inaugural recipient of the GLAS Animation Festival’s FXX Elevation Award, Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s multi-award winning short film is a stop-motion animated musical with apocalyptic undertones.

People Headline News

Variety Unveils 2018 List of 10 Animators to Watch

Honorees include Paloma Baeza, Everett Downing, Trisha Gum, Chris and Shane Houghton, Niki Lopez, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, Diego Molano, Amanda Rynda, Domee Shi, and Ami Thompson.

Awards Headline News

GLAS 2018 Wraps in Berkeley, CA

Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s stop-motion existential musical short ‘The Burden’ is the big winner at the third annual edition of the GLAS Animation festival, receiving the FXX Elevation Award, the Audience Award and the Grand Prix Award.

Interviews ANIMATIONWorld

The Burden of Dreams

Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s stop-motion animated short ‘The Burden’ fuses Gene Kelly and Finnish filmmaker Aki Kaurismaki into a proletariat existential musical about an assortment of loners, losers and minimum wage earners working dead-end jobs in a dead-end world.

shorts films ANIMATIONWorld

16 Thought-Provoking Short Films: The 19th Annual Animation Show of Shows Returns to Theaters

New program of 16 internationally acclaimed animated short films from eight countries includes Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s stop-motion musical ‘The Burden,’ David OReilly’s procedurally animated ‘Everything,’ and Georges Schwizgebel’s hand-painted deconstruction of The Battle of San Romano.

Short Films Headline News

Animation Show of Shows Unveils New Trailer for 19th Annual Edition

New program of 16 internationally acclaimed animated short films from eight countries includes Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s Annecy Grand Prix-winning ‘The Burden,’ David OReilly’s ‘Everything’ and Glen Keane’s interpretation of Kobe Bryant’s ‘Dear Basketball’ poem.

OIAF 2017 ANIMATIONWorld

OIAF 2017: Animated Shorts We Watched and Loved

A tour of more than a dozen standout narrative, abstract and student short films from the 41st edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival.

Stop-Motion ANIMATIONWorld

A First Time for Everything: Judging the 9th Edition of the Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival

One of LAIKA’s star animators, Rachelle Lambden, provides a first-person perspective on what it’s like to watch 87 films in two days as a jury member at the ninth edition of the Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival.

OIAF 2017 ANIMATIONWorld

OIAF Day 2: ‘Torrey Pines,’ ‘Lu Over the Wall,’ Sweden’s ‘The Burden,’ and More!

Ottawa may be overheating tis week, but we’re staying cool with a bevy of fresh animation from all around the world.

Awards Headline News

‘The Burden,’ ‘Over the Wall’ Win Cristal Awards at Annecy 2017

Sweden’s ‘The Burden’ directed by Niki Lindroth Von Bahr wins Cristal Award for a Short Film; Japanese director Masaaki Yuasa’s ‘Lu Over the Wall’ receives Cristal for a Feature Film.