Out of 2,100 submissions, a selection of 99 films competed; top honors went to ‘Slow Light,’ named Best Animated Short in the professional competition, and ‘Close Your Eyes,’ named Best Student Animation.
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Awards to be presented in-person November 12 at a special screening during the festival, which runs November 9-12 in Vancouver and online.
The international festival of animation, games, and VFX will take place November 6-10 and feature a week of networking, workshops, and screenings.
Prime the Animation! New Talent International Festival, taking place October 26-28, creates a space for encounter and exchange, allowing students and emerging professionals to share their most recent work and new projects.
The 15th International Animated Film Festival will be held in Batumi, Georgia from November 13-18; the festival is accepting submissions for its film competition with an entry deadline of August 25.
The 15th Festival International Animated Film Festival is now accepting films in multiple categories; event takes place in Batumi, Georgia, November 13-18.
TAFF, a competitive festival for animated shorts, returns for its 8th edition August 23-27; this year, animation meets video games.
The festival, a non-competitive exhibition aimed at artists who use animation as an instrument for their personal expression, will be held February 15-18, 2024; submissions are being accepted until October 16, 2023.
The International Animation Festival selected 37 films for the 2023 competitive program taking place August 16-19.
Spark CG hosts the annual SPARK ANIMATION Festival in Vancouver, promising a window into the leading minds of CG and animation; festival film submissions are open until September 10.
This year's festival will present the best and latest within Nordic-Baltic and international animation, running October 19-22.
The festival, taking place October 20-24, seeks to share the charm of animation and promote growth in the Asian animation community.
ANIMASYROS 2023 returns in September with a focus on Animation and Ancient Greece, a tribute to the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America, and a focus on female creativity.
Almost 230 films were selected to participate in this year’s event, including original contemporary domestic and international animation featuring films by renowned filmmakers and young emerging talent; the event runs June 29-July 7.
The animation festival and international competition runs June 29-July 2; the event promotes animated film as an autonomous art form and seeks to educate audiences about its varied techniques and aspects.
The International Festival of Animated Films, running May 2-7 in Liberec, Czech Republic, presents the latest trends, methods, technologies, and animation techniques while supporting works in progress, new animation projects, and their authors, producers, and distributors.
The Annie Award-winning and Oscar-nominated short by João Gonzalez took top honors in multiple categories in both the Portuguese and International short film competitions, including the Monstrinha Inatel Grand Prix and audience awards.
Former visual effects student Noah Catan spent over a year working to improve upon the 2D ‘Klaus’ innovative 3D-styled lighting and shading in his development of Pantheon: Volumetric Lighting for 2D Animation software, created specifically for the production of SCAD Animation Studios’ CTA Emmy nominated animated short.
Out of 3,200 short film submissions from 100 countries, 37 films were chosen to compete in the ‘Official’ category, 7 films were selected in the ‘Off-Limits’ category, 19 in the ‘Perspectives’ section, and 8 in the ‘Young Audience’ section; the festival runs June 11-17.
Filmmaker Lachlan Pendragon talks about his extremely meta Oscar-nominated short film, ‘An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It.’
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.