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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.

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Nikita Diakur’s ‘Ugly,’ Masaaki Yuasa’s ‘Night Is Short, Walk On Girl’ Win Grand Prizes at OIAF 2017

Clyde Peterson’s ‘Torrey Pines’ wins honorable mention for Best Animated Feature; Ayce Kartal’s ‘Wicked Girl’ wins Cartoon Network Award for Best Narrative Short Animation.

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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.

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Ottawa Fest Day 1: OIAF 2017 Signal Film, Short Film Competition, and More!

This year’s Ottawa International Animation Festival kicks off with a bang with a new Signal Film by Peter Millard and a surprise visit by animation legend Norman McLaren in 3D hologram form.

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Nelvana & Toon Boom Team up with OIAF for Pitch THIS! Competition

Winner of this year’s Pitch THIS! competition to receive development deal with Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana and Toon Boom animation software.

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Defiance Dominates Official Selections at OIAF 2017

Ottawa International Animation Festival selects 92 films from 1,992 entries, including ‘The Story of O.J.,’ designed and animated by The Mill and Titmouse, Clyde Petersen’s ‘Torrey Pines,’ Eva Cvijanovic’s ‘Hedgehog’s Home,’ and ‘My Father’s Room’ from South Korean director Nari Jang.

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Two Masaaki Yuasa Features to Compete at OIAF 2017

Two films -- Annecy Cristal winner ‘Lu Over the Wall’ and ‘Night is Short, Walk On Girl’ -- from Japanese anime director Masaaki Yuasa to compete at the 41st edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival.

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OIAF 2017 Now Accepting Submissions

Ottawa International Animation Festival unveils new poster by Montreal artist Elise Simard; releases first E-Book, ‘‘40 years of Ottawa: Collected Essays on Award-Winning Animation.’

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