Polish artist’s first feature-length hand-drawn animated film is an intimate portrayal of aging, mortality, and loss; Anthology Film Archives will host a special two-week virtual engagement in North America accompanied by a program of the director’s earlier short films.
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Come take a peek through the wall with a screening of animated short films from Central and Eastern Europe reflecting on the year 1989 - the end of an era.
Animated short films from 10 countries including Estonia, Germany, Mexico, Poland and Spain selected to compete at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival running January 24 through February 3.
Filled with vivid, hyper-realistic details, CG short directed by Klaudiusz Wesołowski and produced at Platige Image will screen at this year’s SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival.
Scathing and ironic satire on fame in the age of social media stardom directed by Aliaksandr “Sasza” Kanavalau.
Applications for projects seeking to take part in the pitching phase or the script exchange will be accepted until May 31.
Center assisted painters by providing detailed reference, visual effects, compositing and editing for Oscars-nominated feature.
Polish-born curator and film expert aims to make the Amsterdam festival essential for the world of animation.
Stop-motion animated feature directed by Luis Tellez and produced by Paula Astorga and Milko Luis to be completed by 2020.
Procedural, AI-driven simulation of reality allowing players to travel between outer and inner space and explore a vast, interconnected universe of things marks to first game to qualify for submission for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film.
Jan Saska will pitch his new short ‘Hurikán,’ and Katarina Kerekesova will present her upcoming Christmas TV special which follows a very successful series ‘Mimi & Lisa.’
Italian-French co-production ‘Iqbal: Tale of a Fearless Child’ wins Pulcinella Award for Best Animated Feature; Switzerland’s ‘Ariadne’s Thread,’ directed by Claude Luyet, wins Best Animated Short.
Poland’s ‘Impossible Figures and Other Stories II’ by Marta Pajek receives Grand Prix award; Spela Cadez’s ‘Nighthawk’ (Slovenia) wins award for best narrative short.
Independent filmmaker, Filmakademie director and FMX Conference chair receives award honoring “outstanding artists turned pedagogues” for achievements in filmmaking and teaching at the 23rd Etiuda & Anima Festival in Krakow, Poland.
This week Chris Robinson dives into the beauty and philosophy of Marta Pajek’s magnificently mystifying short, ‘Sleepincord.’
Standout shorts range from surreal, hand-drawn interpretations of a bicycle race to painstakingly crafted 3D animation showcasing a formidable range of CG expertise and artistry.
The NFB’s ‘I Like Girls’ won the Grand Prize at the 40th anniversary edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival, but here are seven other animated shorts from the Narrative competition we liked even better.
Directed and produced by Pavel Sadílek with the involvement of Polish animation studio Se-ma-for and post-production specialists Magic Lab, ‘Nagano: The Birth of Heroes’ celebrates the Czech Republic ice hockey team’s victory at the 1998 Olympic Games.
CG-animated short film for the Gajusz Foundation is created by Karol Belina Brzozowski and directed by Marcin Drabinski with a cast of animals and other creatures by character designer Krzysztof ‘Green Pea’ Grochowina.
Spanish-Italian entertainment company Planeta Junior and Germany’s m4e sign a long-term co-production, distribution and consumer products partnership.
Licenses for award-winning preschool classic ‘Guess How Much I Love You – The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare’ secured with NA distributor NCircle Entertainment, and broadcasters Z@pp in the Netherlands and Minimini in Poland.