Guru Studio’s ‘Space Between Stars,’ directed by Samuel W. Bradley wins Best Canadian Short and Audience Award at 2019 Toronto Animation Arts Festival International.
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Adapted from author Ashley Spires’ bestselling book published by Kids Can Press, studio’s first foray into short films features the voices of Alison Pill, Lilly Bartlam, Tony Daniels and Whoopi Goldberg.
TAAFI is seeking both shorts and feature length films from across the globe for its 2019 edition, running February 15-17.
Toronto industry event running November 3-4 to explore the next generation of Toronto feature films with ‘Next Gen’ filmmakers Joe Ksander and Kevin R. Adams.
Toronto Animation Arts Festival International unveils two-day industry event highlighting talks with Walt Disney Animation Studios, WOW! Unlimited, Skyship Entertainment, and more.
Toronto-raised filmmaker Domee Shi will make a presentation on the making of the short, which screens in front of ‘Incredibles 2.’
More than 30 companies are slated to exhibit at the festival’s annual job fair being held this year at George Brown College’s Waterfront Campus.
The one-day workshop brings Skyship Entertainment and puppetry professionals Trish Leeper and Kathryn Durst to explore the relationship between animation and puppetry skills.
The Toronto Animation Arts Festival International to open its 2016 edition with the world premiere of Toonbox Entertainment’s CG-animated feature, ‘Spark,’ directed by Aaron Woodley and featuring the voice talents of Jessica Biel and Hilary Swank.
2016 speakers are a diverse group of animation leaders that includes Disney’s Eric Goldberg and Hanna-Barbera artists Tony Benedict, Willie Ito and Jerry Eisenberg.
The Toronto Animation Arts Festival International now accepting online submissions for animated shorts, feature films, commercials, game trailers and motionography.
Special Toronto screening of Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ to be followed by a Q&A and Masterclass with the film’s story supervisor Josh Cooley.
Free annual animation recruitment event presented by the Toronto Animation Arts Festival International is targeted at connecting top studios with animation, visual effects and gaming job seekers from across Ontario.
The Toronto Animation Arts Festival International, taking place June 13-16, kicks off with the Canadian premiere of the feature film Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart.
The Toronto Animation Arts Festival International returns for a third year with feature film premieres, international shorts, VIP guest speakers, live script readings, master classes and more.