Zippy Frames animation journalist Peter Schavemaker interviewed Gerryadi Agusta Sachanity, assistant director of Baros International Animation Festival.
Film review for the Oscar-hopeful US/Korean animated short.
Giannalberto Bendazzi, Pedro Rivero, and Janno Põldma will be this year's jury in the Tallinn festival.
A feature film about kids and dogs, without ordinary kids and dogs.
Deeply unsettling but truly humane, the puppet short Canis by Marc Riba and Anna Solanas. For mature audiences only.
Reporting from the 2016 3D Wire Spanish market and festival in Segovia, Spain.
How can a bike race become a nightmare. The Estonian Sander Joon presents his no-nonsense Velodrool.
Jan Bultheel's feature film Cafard presents a sweeping, adamantly old-fashioned story of a distraught Belgian world champion boxer during WWI.
We met Berat Ilk, successful Turkish animation director and producer, and president of ASIFA-Turkey, during Animasyros 9.0, and had a fine chat about Turkish animation, festivals and education.
The Swedish-Estonian animation becomes a short film nominee for the European Film Awards at the 73th Venice Film Festival.
The Kosovo fest has transcended its local constraints and has been established as a fine new player in the animation festival list. Interview with the new Anibar festival director, Petrit Gora.
Where environment and human culture are brought together. The new 2D short Wade from the Ghost collective is in production. Discover the film.
The twice Oscar-nominee Russian aniimation director Konstantin Bronzit will be one of the guests of the Norway fest.
AniDox:Residency is a programme for the production of animated documentary short films in Viborg, Denmark.
And Portugal will be the guest country in the the Segovia major animation and transmedia event.
Animation students from US, Australia, Canada, and Singapore have won the academic year 2016-17 scholarships sponsored by ASIFA-Hollywood and the Animation Educators Forum (AEF).
Daniela Sherer received the prestigious Yoram Gross award at the ASIF 2016 awards' ceremony in Tel Aviv.
The Tallinn festival has a new artistic director, and prepares its November edition with a new SHUT UP Competition.
The animation studio Playables at Zürich offers a paid internship for six months.
ASIFA- Austria offers 2,000 Euros for the Best Austrian Animated Film. Deadline extended to 14 October 2016.
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