All winners of the celebrated Annecy International Film Animation Festival.
Ali Soozandeh's rotoscoped Iranian drama about the lives of 4 people in modern-day Tehran hits all the right notes in character development within a glib portrait of internalized, strict moral codes.
The new painted feature on Vincent Van Gogh is carefully crafted and timid at the same time.
The Colombian director of Fat, Bald and Short comes with a new feature to be pitched at Bridging the Gap Animation Lab at Tenerife, Spain this July.
Our short, but important news items from the world of independent animation. Our first issue, 5 June 2017.
A deeply felt film about one's own family and settling accounts with the past. Watch David Jansen's Daewit.
Can't stay awake during class? Watch the animation short Afternoon Class by Seoro Oh.
The "airport" festival at New Chitose Airport in Japan opens again its doors for entries.
Portuguese and Swedish animation shorts in the festival's official programme.
Spark Computer Graphics Society (Spark CG) presents SPARK ANIMATION 2017.
The Sommets du cinéma d'animation is an international festival dedicated to animation in all its forms, from heritage films to new media by way of current production.
Time to submit to SICAF festival for all animated works.
The International Animation Short Film Contest, Summa3D, has officially opened the call for its fourth edition for professionals, students and lovers of animation and special effects.
The US/Latvian artist moves from the pitch-perfect black comedy of depression in Rocks in My Pockets to a new feature animated project.
Academy Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences voting member Panagiotis Rappas talks to Zippy Frames.
It's been 70 years of Malaysian animation and Hassan Abd. Muthalib was the man to write a book about.
Peter Schavemaker interviewed the animation professional pioneer on his recent book, "From Mouse Deer to Mouse: 70 Years of Malaysian animation".
Oscar-shortlisted French animation short Under your fingers is a poignant and powerful film about a little-known story of a French camp. Director Marie-Christine Courtès talks about history, perception and film aesthetics to Zippy Frames.
An indie animation talent to watch: interview with Croatian animation filmmaker Veljko Popović.
It's nice to be inventive. Watch The Lighthouse by Simon Scheiber.
The maximum amount of subsidies for a Slovak-minority TV project will be €300,000.
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