The ASWF kicks off the ‘Open Source Days’ event at SIGGRAPH 2022 with the announcement of its new DPEL, which encourages, curates, and publishes production-grade sample assets with a vendor-neutral platform.
Tagged With: Short Film
Led by director Krzysztof Rost, a team of Pixar effects artists worked on their own time to produce an abstract, experimental CG short film depicting a field of grass destroyed by a brushfire, only to be reborn.
The Canadian filmmaker, known for films like ‘Carface’ and ‘Sleeping Betty,’ brings us a powerful tale of rivalry and greed, deftly played out with carnivorous plants.
Writer/director Michael McDonald talks about the breakthrough animated short film that uses simple means for a powerful purpose.
The short features an animated Jessica from ‘Craig of the Creek’ talking to Ruby Bridges, civil rights icon and activist, about her experience as the first Black child integrated into an all-white school, and asking what kids can do to be peace makers.
Intellectual disability charity L’Arche, animation studio Tonic DNA, and musician Jordan Hart’s powerful new 2D film, ‘Freebird,’ asks the important question, “Why does the world assume that a disabled life is not profoundly beautiful?”
Inspired by Frank Miller’s ‘Sin City’ graphic novel, Emlyn Davies takes audiences on a hard and fast ride, charting the spectrum of lusts – blood, money, drugs, and alcohol – while poking fun at self-righteous hypocrisy.
For Chinese director Yibing Jiang, Unity’s real-time tools enabled a small global team of artists to work quickly and efficiently, in parallel rather than sequentially, to produce a beautiful and touching film about the bond between a father and his ailing daughter.
The famed Swedish artist and Jens 'Duvchi' Duvsjö, with support from Staffan Linder and Goodbye Kansas Studios, discuss their collaborative creative process in depicting a mesmerizing VFX sequence that awakens prehistoric creatures.
Studio challenges aspiring character animators to create their own 10-20 second animation; entry deadline is August 15, 2020.
With theatrical release on hold, four editions of beloved annual animation anthology, totaling 56 films, now available in special online presentations.
IFFR returns to Rotterdam with its commitment to support and promote independent filmmaking by talented new artists.
Directing duo Christian Chapman and Paul Jason Hoffman’s micro-budget film, their debut narrative short and first use of visual effects, envisions the wild sensory experiences of a German Shepherd’s late-night forest prowl.
ASG is pleased to announce our “Third Annual International Experimental Animated Short Film Festival”.
AWN readers get to watch ‘A Tisket, a Tasket’ ahead of its August 13 premiere, the latest addition to the growing short collection aimed at the network's youngest fans.
Every Monday or so, Chris Robinson asks an animator how they made a particular film. Today, Peter Millard answers some brand new Brainbox questions whilst sharing intimate words, thoughts and feelings about his film, 'Six God Alphabet' (2017).
Edinburgh Short Film Festival - Submissions Now Open for 2018!
Screening the best in International contemporary short film across 8 nights in Edinburgh each Autumn (& programming for other festivals across the UK & Internationally) the ESFF is now open for submission for short film-makers globally!
‘The Thief and the Cobbler’ director Richard Williams will receive the inaugural Lotte Reiniger Life Time Achievement Award.
very Monday or so, Chris Robinson asks an animator how they made a particular film. This week: the French student hit, Garden Party (2016)
Every Tuesday, Chris Robinson screens and hastily responds to (relatively) new animation short films. Today: Mynarski Death Plummet by Matthew Rankin.