Denmark's freshly-launched film festival for adults is welcoming its third edition with a satisfying variety of global animation.
The Tumo Center for Creative Technologies in Armenia seeks 4 specialists.
ASIFA- Austria offers 2,000 Euros for the Best Austrian Animated Film. Deadline extended to 14 October 2016.
The Austrian experimental filmmaker Thomas Renoldner will organize the highly interesting PRINTMAKINGANIMATION workshop at the Cyprus animation festival, along with Federica Pagnucco.
It's nice to be inventive. Watch The Lighthouse by Simon Scheiber.
For all women animation filmmakers, here's the next call for the Tricky Women 2017 edition, Vienna.
Observing yourself singing. Thomas Renoldner signs his experimental animation film, Sunny Afternoon.
The troubled story of a goat, its milking lady and the well that causes the final ending. Ben Cady from Newport University (UK) directs this festival-awarded comic short.
A very short haunting film from the Paris and London-based studio, Domestic Infelicity. Watch Into the Dark Trees.
The UK director Dave Prosser attended Seoul's International Animation Festival, and made a short film called Mountain. Watch the film.
Beakus Studio in London creates a short, torch relay film about the London Olympics - but the main player here is a vermin.
The UK graduate Julia Pott presents a tender (but with thick strokes) short film about ageing and leaving things behind. Watch Belly.
Felix Massie makes an elevator (plus ladder) story on the question of how to achieve happiness. Watch Keith Reynolds can't make it tonight.
Medical, autobiographical and funny. Watch Foxy by Stephanie Thandi Johnstone.
Vegetarian robbery. Bloody trip by Domestic Infelicity. Watch the short.
The UK animator Adam Wells describes his vision of a geometrically shaped world of uninteresting individuals with gusto. Watch Brave Old New.
The award-winning, pixiliated short Stanley Pickle by Victoria Mather is online. Watch this powerful short.
The UK animators Joseph Wallace and Becca Rose present a rather awkward version of the Christmas star.
It's not the end of the world, just the end of the year! Watch the poignant and funny Man by Steve Cutts.
A stop-motion film by Joseph Wallace, which reminds of the fears we all face.
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