This year’s selection of 10 shorts, including films by Patrick Smith, Gil Alkabetz, and Oscar winner Frederic Back, showcases a variety of techniques and tones in a celebration of unconventional approaches to the medium.
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EARTHDAY.ORG’s ‘Voices For The Earth’ Award recognizes the message of environmental and cultural preservation in the Academy Award-winning filmmakers’ recently released ‘Avatar: The Way of Water.’
Lobster Films leads joint project to reconstruct and restore pioneering French auteur’s short films to their original beauty, to be shown in festivals and events worldwide.
Named a Disney Legend in 2007, chief archivist dedicated his four-decade career at the studio to preserving Disney’s precious treasures from film, television, theme parks and beyond.
Disney’s ‘Cinderella,’ Steven Spielberg’s ‘Jurassic Park,’ and the independent experimental animated short film ‘Hair Piece: A Film for Nappy-Headed People’ among 25 films that will be preserved by the Library of Congress.
This year’s provocative and inspiring program of 15 hand-picked films includes Oscar-winning director John Kahrs’ ‘Age of Sail’ and Student Academy Award winner ‘The Green Bird.’
Events includes presentations from restoration and preservation experts from Fotokem, MTI Film, Roundabout Entertainment, Sony Pictures Entertainment, The Walt Disney Studios and the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
‘The Puppetoon Movie’ Volume 2 to include 25+ digitally restored stop-motion shorts by the Academy Award-winning George Pal.
Release makes available classic and rare films by the ‘Father of Visual Music’ and the great-grandfather of motion graphics.
Animated Britain Includes the earliest surviving British animated film and a celebration of female animators.
19th annual ASOS featuring 16 animated short films from around the world now playing in select theaters.
Classic Disney feature and Winsor McCay-animated short on list that also includes ‘The Goonies,’ ‘Superman’ and ‘Titanic.’
New program of 16 internationally acclaimed animated short films from eight countries includes Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s stop-motion musical ‘The Burden,’ David OReilly’s procedurally animated ‘Everything,’ and Georges Schwizgebel’s hand-painted deconstruction of The Battle of San Romano.
New program of 16 internationally acclaimed animated short films from eight countries includes Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s Annecy Grand Prix-winning ‘The Burden,’ David OReilly’s ‘Everything’ and Glen Keane’s interpretation of Kobe Bryant’s ‘Dear Basketball’ poem.
Non-profit professional organization to divide funds between the Animation Aid Foundation, Animation Educators Forum, Animated Film Preservation Initiative and Open Source Software development.
1994 animated Disney feature and 1988 groundbreaking hybrid live-action/animation movie directed by Robert Zemeckis among 25 films to be preserved by the Library of Congress.
Collection of art for Richard Williams’ ‘The Thief and the Cobbler’ covers the course of more than 20 years of work, consisting of thousands of hand-painted cels, pencil animation and watercolor backgrounds.
Encore presentation of the 4K restoration of the Japanese anime feature ‘Belladonna of Sadness,’ directed by Eiichi Yamamoto of ‘Astro Boy’ fame, runs September 16, 17 & 18.
The Academy teams up with New York’s Museum of Modern Art to present a restoration of Richard Williams’s ‘The Thief and the Cobbler: A Moment in Time. 1992.’ with special appearances by the director and a discussion with animation historian John Canemaker.
Short film program now online for independent animation festival’s 13th edition running July 28-31 at Rooftop Films and BAMcinématek in New York City.
Follow-up to successful 2015 effort will help bring curated show of international animated shorts to a wider audience in a theatrical setting.