Academy Award-nominated filmmakers Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis continue to rack up festival wins with their 2D/3D film, inspired by the 1917 Halifax Explosion, that tells the tale of the man who was hurled two kilometers by the blast and lived to tell.
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Inspired by the award-winning novel by the late Sir Terry Pratchett, the animated feature tells the story of a talking cat who teams up with a clan of ‘educated rodents;’ making its U.S. premiere as a 2023 Sundance Film Festival selection in January, the film roles out theatrically across North America in February.
In a bid to make his middle school dream come true, the LA-based artist (aka Coolman Coffeedan) is teaming up with the Brooklyn animation studio to create a cartoon series starring his popular NFT creation, Spesh.
The ‘Robot & Frank’ filmmaker will direct from a script by ‘Black Widow’ writer Eric Pearson, with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige producing
Known for his 2D aesthetic and humor, the animator joins the studio’s Australian-based creative team; work includes episodes of Netflix’s ‘Headspace’ animated series and his short, ‘Phantom Limb,’ recognized for its portrayal of life and love after amputation.
The macabre short from writer-director Joe Hsieh continues its festival circuit success since qualifying for this year’s Oscars and scoring an Annie nomination for best short subject.
The director discusses his intimate, award-winning animated documentary about the boyhood experiences of his long-time friend, an Afghan academic who lived as a gay Muslim in Afghanistan before escaping to Denmark through Russia.
Jonas Rasmussen’s intimate and powerful 2D film tells the untold story of his long-time friend Amin’s life as a gay child growing up in Kabul before his escape via Russia to Denmark.
Joe Cappa and J.W. Hallford’s film pays homage to rare childhood moments of self-discovery, like flipping through channels, stumbling upon ‘The Shining,’ which you weren’t supposed to watch, but did anyway.
The moving film, revealing a painful 20-year-old secret from a gay academic’s journey to Denmark as an Afghan child refugee, sold to Oscar award-winning studio Neon for seven figures as the film festival got underway.
Studio’s first interactive episode, part of the festival’s New Frontier Gallery, uses interactive cloud streaming technology to enable seamless interaction and high-end graphics on mobile platforms.
Directed by Erick Oh and inspired by his grandfather, the studio’s new immersive animated film premieres today at the Sundance Film Festival; the narrative poem thoughtfully reflects on the meaningful moments in one man’s life.
Visual effects supervisor James Hattin and producer Nate Smalley led company’s global remote team in creating photorealistic effects for HBO Max’s inner-city coming to age drama.
Universal Everything’s VR crowd game offers a unique immersive experience allowing exploration of the individual and the collective.
Free 10-day digital festival, featuring 100 films, including DreamWorks shorts and Annecy animation selections, begins May 29 on YouTube.
Park City, Utah welcomes back Slamdance for a showcase of raw and innovative filmmaking.
The definitive event for independent filmmaking invites you to support and discover the very best work from around the world.
Story about three Renees who go on a quest to find God tops 14 other films for the juried animation award.
Animated short films from 10 countries including Estonia, Germany, Mexico, Poland and Spain selected to compete at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival running January 24 through February 3.
Produced by Open the Portal and studio ZAZAC, four-minute stop-motion short sequel to the filmmaker’s ‘Deer Flower’ first premiered at Sundance.
Global toy and play company branching into theatrical feature film production based on their big brand franchises.
A sequel to the filmmaker’s ‘Deer Flower,’ the film is the first original in-house production from L.A.-based stop-motion studio Open The Portal.
Project based on the book by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean aims to make the audience a part of the storytelling experience.
Diane Obomsawin’s I Like Girls, Chintis Lundgren’s Manivald and Eva Cvijanović’s Hedgehog’s Home to be featured in the shorts program.