The animator’s credits include directing such classic anime features as ‘Grave of the Fireflies’ and the Oscar-nominated ‘The Tale of the Princess Kaguya.’
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Features from Japan, China, Korea, North America and Europe to be screened at the acclaimed festival.
Michaël Dudok de Wit will use examples from his acclaimed films in teaching the topic of intuitive creativity.
European Animation Awards association gave out its inaugural awards in 16 categories spanning short films, television and features, Dec. 8 in Lille, France.
Official Smurfs licensor IMPS and the studio behind adaptations of ‘Spirou,’ ‘Little Spirou,’ ‘Papyrus,’ ‘Jojo,’ ‘Cedric,’ and more join forces to produce a new Smurfs TV series giving the little blue creatures an updated look.
247 films selected to compete at Oscar-qualifying festival running September 19-24 with appearances by ‘The Red Turtle’ director Michael Dudok de Wit and Illumination Entertainment’s Pierre Coffin.
Special print edition distributed at Annecy 2017 celebrates a year’s worth of creative excellence since industry professionals last gathered in France at the world’s largest and most prestigious film festival dedicated to the art of animation.
France-Belgium-Japan co-production ‘The Red Turtle,’ directed by Michael Dudok de Wit, wins the feature film Grand Prix.
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. This week's guest is the man behind The Red Turtle, Michael Dudok de wit.
Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD release of Oscar-nominated Studio Ghibli co-production packed with bonus features including behind-the-scenes featurettes & AFI Fest Q&A with director Michael Dudok de Wit.
Small budget auteur-driven animated feature films offer inspiring and compelling stories rarely found at the local multiplex.
Speakers at Animation Dingle’s fifth edition include ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ director Dean DeBlois, Cartoon Saloon’s Nora Twomey, former Nickelodeon exec Russel Hicks, Brown Bag Films’ Bronagh O’Hanlon and Darragh O'Connell, Lupus Films’ Camilla Deakin, Amazon Studios’ Tara Sorensen, and more.
Blu-ray, DVD & Digital release of Oscar-nominated Studio Ghibli co-production packed with bonus features including behind-the-scenes featurettes & AFI Fest Q&A with director Michael Dudok de Wit.
AWN’s Chris Robinson suits up to present his arguments for and against a range of conceptually and aesthetically formidable contenders for best animated feature at the 89th Academy Awards.
GKIDS execs Eric Beckman and Dave Jesteadt continue feeding independent animated gems to a growing North American appetite.
With voting for the 89th Academy Awards closing on Tuesday, take a final look at AWN’s coverage of the contenders for Feature Animation, Short Animation and Visual Effects.
The Oscar-winning director of ‘Father and Daughter’ (2000) teams with famed Japanese animation studio’s Toshio Suzuki and Isao Takahata to produce his remarkable feature film debut exploring the life and our relationship with nature.
Studio Ghibli-Wild Bunch-Why Not Productions co-production ‘The Red Turtle’ wins Best Independent Animated Feature; Pixar’s ‘Piper’ wins Best Animated Short Subject.
Slate of presenters includes animator and film director Patrick Osborne, ‘Moana’ voice actor Auli’l Cravalho; animator, author and illustrator Glen Keane, directors Travis Knight (‘Kubo and the Two Strings’) and Michael Dudok de Wit (‘The Red Turtle’), and more.
Contenders in the animated feature, animated short and visual effects categories share their initial reactions to their nominations for Oscar gold.
Abstract: Nominees for Best Animated Feature are ‘Kubo and the Two Strings,’ ‘Moana,’ ‘My Life as a Zucchini,’ ‘The Red Turtle,’ and ‘Zootopia.’
Studio Ghibli co-production ‘The Red Turtle,’ directed by Michael Dudok de Wit, is named runner up for the award.
With some projects yet to complete their qualifying run, a record 27 features are submitted for consideration in the Animated Feature Film category for the 89th Academy Awards.