Midway through its first season, smart film selections deftly illustrate just how inspiring and entertaining animated shorts can be.
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Following 70 festivals and 13 awards for her short film ‘Solar Walk,’ the award-winning independent animator talks about distribution and monetization.
Free-flowing non-narrative short from the writer and director of 2018’s ‘Solar Walk’ traverses the universe in three separate chapters, depicting an ensemble cast of celestial bodies and otherworldly creatures in various states of attraction toward one another.
Los Angeles screening event includes six Oscar-worthy independent animated shorts, with a special in-person appearance and Q&A by Jeron Braxton.
26 diverse European animated shorts, along with workshops and talks, coming to SVA campus November 4-9.
Grand Prize winner at the 2018 Ottawa Festival now available in a month-long limited free online release.
Berlin-based Pictoplasma Conference returns to New York November 7 & 8 to present today’s most trailblazing and trendsetting character design with speakers including Réka Bucsi, Peter Sluszka and Sophie Koko Gate.
Berlin-based Pictoplasma Conference returns to New York to present today’s most trailblazing and trendsetting character design with speakers including Réka Bucsi, Peter Sluszka and Sophie Koko Gate.
The 2018 KLIK Amsterdam Animation Festival unveils a diverse competition program including acclaimed filmmakers and relative newcomers alike.
22 narrative and 15 non-narrative animated short films selected to compete at the 2018 Ottawa International Animation Festival.
The indie director discusses her animated film project performed with live music, her residency at the Open Workshop in Viborg, Denmark, and her feelings about artistic inspiration and choice of technique.
Theme of ‘Creating Worlds’ resonated across tracks and through presentations from Aardman, Phil Tippett, Réka Bucsi and top tech companies.
GLAS Animation director Jeanette Bonds discusses the evolution of the fledgling festival as it enters its third edition with a powerhouse lineup including special guests David OReilly, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, Ruth Lingford, Réka Bucsi, Boris Labbé and more.
Highlights of GLAS 2018 include a conversation with ‘Everything’ creator David OReilly, along with special guests Phil Lord and Chris Miller, retrospective screenings of work from Ruth Lingford, Réka Bucsi and Boris Labbé, and a closer look at director Jorge Gutierrez’s VR short for Google Spotlight Stories, ‘Son of Jaguar.’
Also set for the festival March 22-25 in Berkeley, Calif.: David OReilly, Michael Frei, Jonathan Hodgson, Sophie Koko Gate, Rachel Sale and Sawako Kabuki.