The now virtual event, scheduled for September 23 – October 4, will feature screenings, virtual artist talks, workshops, and meetings with schools and recruiters.
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Scheduled for September 23 – October 4, the event will feature screenings, virtual artist talks, workshops, and meetings with schools and recruiters.
In Valerie Barnhart’s hybrid 2D stop-motion short, her first animated film, Jamie is still haunted by the guilt of ignoring the girl in the hallway.
44th Ottawa International Animation Festival, which runs September 23-27, 2020, is now accepting submissions.
Annie Award-nominated experimental animated short film marries slapstick and elegant avante-garde in an entertaining mix of short-cut image and sound editing.
Director mixes slapstick with elegant avant-garde in ‘Dont Know What,’ his OIAF 2019 grand prize-winning experimental animated short film.
From September 25-29, Ottawa plays host to kindred spirits, collaborators and experts in all things animated, sharing tall tales and lots of good Canadian ale.
Many notable shorts and features standout in a competition artistic director Chris Robinson calls ‘weird, disorienting and divisive.’
Canadian animators have until August 23 to submit their project proposals for the upcoming TAC forum kids' show pitching competition.
Diverse group of films from 36 countries set to compete at upcoming Ottawa International Animation Festival, which runs September 25-29.
Two finalists will present their projects to over 350 industry buyers and financiers; winner to receive $5,000 cash and other prizes.
Entries in all short form categories as well as features, VR and commissioned work must be received by the last day of May.
OIAF brings together regional, national and international animation communities, providing a forum to share and exchange expertise.
Ottawa Animation Festival artistic director Chris Robinson shares a previously unpublished 2015 Pimpcast interview with the iconic Dutch musician and director, who passed away at 50 on March 7.
The Ottawa International Animal Festival’s director of industry programming discusses highlights of OIAF’s annual industry-driven event, The Animation Conference.
The Ottawa International Animation Festival’s designated family day includes screenings of the feature-length ‘Captain Morten and the Spider Queen’ and Netflix animated series ‘Hilda.’
David Barlow-Krelina’s ‘Caterpillarplasty,’ Alex Boya’s ‘Turbine’ and Alison Snowden and David Fine’s ‘Animal Behaviour’ among nine films and Virtual Reality projects to be showcased in three competition categories.
From the international competition to this year’s Collideoscope program spotlighting collage animation, the 2018 Ottawa International Animation Festival is packed with screenings, talks, master classes, parties and more.
Brent Butt, Fred Seibert headline; pitching programs return to the Ottawa Festival’s industry-driven event, The Animation Conference, running September 26-28 alongside OIAF 2018.
September 29 event merges Professional Development Day talks and Career Fair activities with new interactive components for an all-out art fun-day at OIAF 2018.
Showcasing independent as well as more commercial work, provocative and diverse films lead the way at OIAF 2018.
22 narrative and 15 non-narrative animated short films selected to compete at the 2018 Ottawa International Animation Festival.
18 commissioned films and 13 animated student short films selected to compete at the 2018 Ottawa International Animation Festival.