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‘Enough’ wins the International Audience Award, with ‘The Cannonball Woman’ selected Best Swiss Film.
Twenty-one animated features selected to screen at the 2018 edition of the Fantoche International Animation Film Festival.
Seventy-three animated short films to compete across three categories at the 16th edition of the Swiss animation festival.
Exclusive making-of presentations of three animated features and one Virtual Reality film will be held for ‘Loving Vincent,’ ‘Have a Nice Day,’ ‘Zombillenium’ and ‘Nothing Happens.’
Disney Channel licenses seasons 3, 4 & 5 of the beloved cartoon produced by France’s Xilam for broadcast in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Directed by Albertine Zullo and David Toutevoix, the stop-motion animated ‘The Cannonball Woman’ (‘La femme canon’) is the latest collaboration between producer Claude Barras and the National Film Board of Canada.
Sweden’s ‘The Burden’ directed by Niki Lindroth Von Bahr wins Cristal Award for a Short Film; Japanese director Masaaki Yuasa’s ‘Lu Over the Wall’ receives Cristal for a Feature Film.
Retrospective screening of pioneering Swiss animators films to be held at the Downtown Independent theater in Los Angeles on Thursday, June 22.
Italian-French co-production ‘Iqbal: Tale of a Fearless Child’ wins Pulcinella Award for Best Animated Feature; Switzerland’s ‘Ariadne’s Thread,’ directed by Claude Luyet, wins Best Animated Short.
Swiss director Claude Barras named director of the year for the Oscar-nominated ‘My Life as a Zucchini’ alongside producers of the year Rita Productions, Blue Spirit Productions & Gebeka Films.
Golden Globe-nominated film featuring the voices of Will Forte, Nick Offerman, Ellen Page and Amy Sedaris hits select U.S. theaters on February 24th.
Short film from one of the biggest names in contemporary animation repurposes the visual style of Henri Matisse to bring German writer Goethe’s 1782 epic poem to the screen.
Will Forte, Nick Offerman, Ellen Page and Amy Sedaris lead cast; Golden Globe-nominated film to make English language premiere at Sundance.
Critically acclaimed stop-motion animated Cannes selection directed by Claude Barras among nine foreign language films to advance in Oscar race.
Annual showcase of the best new children’s films returns to the Barbican Centre with Eric Summer and Éric Warin’s ‘Ballerina,’ Ash Brannon’s ‘Rock Dog,’ Switzerland/Germany/Sweden co-production ‘Molly Monster,’ and more!
The NFB’s ‘I Like Girls’ won the Grand Prize at the 40th anniversary edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival, but here are seven other animated shorts from the Narrative competition we liked even better.
International Audience Award is given to Great Britain’s ‘Mr. Madila,’ directed by Rory Waudby-Tolley.
Switzerland’s largest animation festival to host a raft of luminaries at its 2016 edition, including voice artist Peter Krause, filmmakers Georges Schwizgebel, Konstantin Bronzit and Kaspar Jancis, and DreamWorks Animation director and story artist Simon Otto.
Critically acclaimed stop-motion animated Cannes selection directed by Claude Barras is Best Foreign Language submission from Switzerland for the 2017 Academy Awards.
First full-length animated feature from Swiss director Claude Barras to be submitted into the running for an Oscar nomination in the Foreign Language Film category at the 89th Academy Awards.
Stop-motion animated Swiss-French co-production selected to open the 14th International Animation Film Festival Baden, Switzerland; other features in the spotlight include LAIKA’s ‘Kubo and the Two Strings,’ Michael Dudok de Wit’s ‘The Red Turtle,’ Chris Prynoski’s ‘Nerdland,’ Sang-ho Yeon’s Seoul Station,’ and more.