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Out of 110+ submissions, nine European and Asian projects have been selected to pitch at the Asia TV Forum & Market; online program runs now through November 3, with ATF Singapore on-site program running December 6-8.
The storyboard artist/writer/director discusses how he transformed a 2D short film into a stop-motion feature.
The international audiovisual market features projects in animation, documentaries, series, and films selected for presentation in the event’s Pitching Forums; the event runs October 9-13 in Rome.
The animator, writer, story editor, set designer and founder of Tiny Lion animation studio shares how to polish your pitch, connect with studios to deliver it – and what it’s like when you succeed.
Animation UK spearheads the animated TV pitching and co-production special initiative where U.K. creatives will share 5 projects; event takes place September 18-21 in Toulouse.
The artist reveals what it takes to build a studio from scratch, how to sell and pitch an animated TV show, and how to start a career as a producer.
The independent animator, filmmaker, and freelance storyboard artist shares his journey from studio life to freelance life – and what it took to get there.
The program, open exclusively to Canadian creators, pairs 10 semi-finalists with industry mentors for a chance to pitch animated series concepts – submissions begin May 1; The Ottawa International Animation Festival runs September 20-24.
Syros is a magical island any time of the year, and for six days every September AnimaSyros and the Agora transform it into a wonderland of animation.
What if they threw a party and everyone came? That is exactly what happened at the 50th-anniversary edition of the World Festival of Animated Film
Rise & Shine 2022 is predominantly searching for projects in development by first and second-time filmmakers and students from the Central and Eastern European region, focusing on the following countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and Italy.
The Toronto-based animator discusses her festival competition-winning pitch for ‘Melrose Middle School;’ the key to successful pitching; option agreements; and creating a compelling character for TV animation.
We are pleased to announce that your favorite stop motion event will be held from 7 to 11 December in Lodz (Poland) and online!
The initiative, developed in partnership with Kids Can Press, is designed to discover, support, and mentor emerging Black storytellers and illustrators in Canada; selected creatives interested in kids’ TV animation with receive support in pitch development and an introduction to industry professionals.
Veteran Buck NY designer shares advice for mid-level creatives, including early career building; pitching, briefing & idea development; moodboards, storyboards, style frames & concept art; and reflection on the future.
During an online panel, industry agencies, including Film London, Animation UK, BFI, and Screen Scotland, renewed their sector commitment while sharing business development, investment, and government support insights and strategies in the wake of COVID-19.
The series creator discusses his show’s rollercoaster journey from humble webcomic to fan favorite and Season 2 renewal.
28 animated projects in 4 categories were considered in the 2020 pitching event; ‘The Garden of Heart’ wins in animated shorts with a special mention to ‘The Pet Named Stress;’ ‘Igi’ wins in feature films, ‘No Happy Ever After’ takes the TV award.
The annual stop-motion event, being held October 6-10, will feature workshops, masterclasses, and panel discussions.
Submissions now being accepted for the event, which will be held October 6-10, offering awards, support, and professional access to finalists.
The Emmy Award-winning ‘Regular Show’ creator sets his sights on a distinctly older crowd in new animated HBO Max comedy about becoming an adult while not growing old.
The World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb (June 3-8, 2019) will collaborate with the Cineuropa Training Programme GoCritic! with a workshop dedicated to emerging film journalists and critics.