The Greek stop-motion film won the Special Jury Mention for a Short Film at the 24th festival edition.
Director of acclaimed clay film Ethnophobia, Joan Zhonga selects his top3 stop-motion choices, on occasion of his birthday.
Our short, but important news items from the world of independent animation. Our first issue, 5 June 2017.
Academy Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences voting member Panagiotis Rappas talks to Zippy Frames.
The Slovakian fest boasts an auteur-driven attitude for its 2016 edition.
Review the programme highlights of the 4th Be there! Corfu Animation Festival, 16-19 October 2014.
All the awards of the 7th Animasyros International Animation Festival and Forum, Greece.
Greek animation has its successes, but still needs to come out of the closet.
Watch the awarded stop-motion Greek comedy drama, My Stuffed Granny, and read what its director, Effie Pappa, has to say about the film.
The award-winning film by Nassos Vakalis, Dinner for Few, is now available to watch on Vimeo (limited time only). Read our interview with the Emmy-awarded US/Greek animator.
Jules Verne adapted into a Greek animated feature. Review for Angelos Spartalis' collage animation film, From the Earth to the Moon.
European victories at the 2013 edition of Animasyros festival.
Katerina Athanassopoulou was one of the 16 artists s16 worksselected to design the MSU media facade at Animafest, Zagreb. Watch her work, Triptych I.
The Oscar-nominated Head Over Heels (Tim Reckart), Tram by Michaela Pavlatova and the Goya-nominated Spanish feature The Apostle headline the selection results of the 3rd Be there! Corfu Animation Festival.
Diving straight into the of experimental animation terrain, the short film Why can't you just see me by Eleni Tomadaki unfolds the riddle of invisibility as a decadent flower.
Elpida Panourgia looks for the meaning of companion in her film, The Teammate. Watch the film.
The sophomore Be there! Corfu Animation Festival presents its full programme (29 March-1 April 2012), and includes a Jean-François Laguionie retrospective.
See all the awards at the 7th Athens Animfest.
Financial hardships aside, Greek animators continue to produce interesting films in the 7th Animfest festival, Athens.
3 feature films in the competitive section of Be there! Corfu Animation Festival, among them an Oscar-nominated film.
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