Ryo Orikasa takes home the Grand Prize for short animation, while Joël Vaudreuil takes home the Grand Prize for feature animation, at the 47th annual Ottawa International Animation Festival.
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The 5-day festival opens October 18 with GKIDS’ presentation of the legendary filmmaker and Studio Ghibli’s new film at the Hollywood landmark TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX; program includes special screenings, competitions, panels and premieres.
The 5-day festival and TV animation conference, featuring screenings, exhibits, workshops, and entertainment, is around the corner, running September 20-24.
The international festival of animation, games, and VFX will take place November 6-10 and feature a week of networking, workshops, and screenings.
The Animation Conference opens its doors September 20-22, during the Ottawa International Animation Festival September, which runs September 20-24.
The conference heads to the New Orleans Convention Center October 3-5, this year featuring over 150 sessions, hands-on training, and networking opportunities.
The conference, taking place March 18-21, 2024 in San Jose, California, seeks submissions for talks, posters, and training labs by September 8, 2023.
At last week’s SDCC 2023, ‘Walking Dead’ co-creator Robert Kirkman share a trailer, clips and a debut date for the long-awaited next season of the hit adult animated series, a coming-of-age tale about a powerful superhero’s son; the first 4 new episodes roll out in November.
Check out the trailers - new animation coming to the streamer includes the next chapter in the ‘Adventure Time’ universe, ‘Young Love’ based on the characters from the Oscar-winning animated short, ‘Hair Love,’ and the Season 4 mayhem of ‘Harley Quinn.’
The leading international short film competition returns to Bristol for its 29th edition running September 29-October 1, 2023.
The 8th annual ITWIFF will be presented as a hybrid structure at Regal Battery Park, allowing women and non-binary filmmakers from around the world to showcase their work in categories such as Best Feature Film, Fest Documentary Feature, Best Short Film, and Best Animated Short; the festival runs from September 21 to October 1.
A meeting place for the international film and creative industries, the annual event returns in September to the Swiss town of Baden.
The new adult animated series follows paranormal investigators as they look into alien sightings, ghosts, and demons; show premieres June 4.
Epic Games brings the event way down South to help Unreal Engine users from Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia broaden their skills and build community.
Funding valued up to $158k will support students training at Vancouver Film School programs in film, animation, and design; the submission deadline is May 31.
The 2-day event for VFX and animation professionals, running May 16-17 in Quebec, will feature panels, discussions, and presentations by industry leaders from Sony Pictures Imageworks, DNEG, Marvel Studios and DreamWorks Animation.
Presentations on June 13 and 14 will showcase Disney’s 100-year legacy, including ‘Building on the Legacy’ and a look forward at ‘Learning the Ropes: A Guide to Creating the Next Big Disney Hit;’ other highlights include an exclusive screening of the animated anthology ‘Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire,’ and reveals from DBT President Ayo Davis and Disney EMEA VP of Animation Orion Ross.
Presentations include an exclusive screening of ‘Nimona,’ a sneak peek of ‘Leo’ starring Adam Sandler, and a ‘See What's Next @ Netflix’ panel with clips and creator discussions; the festival runs June 11-17.
The studio will present sneak peeks at unannounced film projects, a work-in-progress and panel on the upcoming feature ‘Trolls Band Together,’ the world premiere of ‘Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken’ and a special outdoor screening of ‘Puss in Boots: The Last Wish;’ the festival runs June 11-17.
Digital artists, motion designers, animators, graphic artists, visualizers, and students of all skill levels invited to ‘Create,’ ‘Connect’ and ‘Celebrate;’ first stop, University of Texas – Dallas, April 28.
New adult animated series follows the overly competent incompetent detectives, Kydd and Felixx, as they investigate spiritual phenomena, extraterrestrial life, and paranormal activity; catch a sneak peek at Calgary Expo April 27 ahead of the June TV debut.
The conference, running April 26-27, promotes diversity and inclusion in animation, welcoming an international coalition of industry speakers, studio execs, students, creatives and young professionals, in-person and via livestream.
The 4-day hybrid event, which runs April 25-27 and online April 28, revealed more on-site programming, including sustainability in media productions panel, VFX insights into HBO’s ‘The Last of Us,’ challenges of adapting literature into animation and games, and masterclasses with Ed Hooks and Craig Caldwell.
The premier conference and exhibition on computer graphics and interactive techniques runs August 6-10 in Los Angeles and online.