Find all the winners of the 2022 Animafest Zagreb Festival.
Find out the 8 VR works competing at this edition of the Croatian animation festival Animafest Zagreb.
Check the full lineup of children films selected for the 2022 edition of Animafest Zagreb.
National Film and Television School (UK) is to be awarded the Best Animation School Award during the 2022 Animafest Zagreb.
Check the full list of selected animation short films for the 2022 Animafest Zagreb festival.
Animation scholar Rolf Giesen will get the Animafest Zagreb 2022 for outstanding contributions to animation studies.
Nedeljko Dragić will receive the Animafest Zagreb's Lifetime Achievement Award in the 2022 June festival edition.
One of the prominent members of the Zagreb School of animation, Pavao Štalter died on Tuesday, 5th October in Zagreb at the age of 92.
Joseph Norman reviews Trona Pinnacles and talks to its director Mathilde Parquet.
Joseph Norman recently attended Animafest Zagreb and presents his selection of highlights.
Find all winners of the Animafest Zagreb 2021.
We talked with Swiss animation director Nina Winiger and her animation short film in our new series of Swiss Animation Portraits 2021. The film screens at Animafest Zagreb 2021.
The theme of this year's Animafest Zagreb is devoted to animated love stories of all persuasions.
Animafest Zagreb 2021 has selected 42 films from 22 countries for its Films for Children Competition.
Check the animation features selected for the 2021 edition of Animafest Zagreb.
The World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb 2021 selection committee has decided to present the Best Animation School Award to Lucerne School of Art and Design in Switzerland.
World Festival of Animated Film - Animafest Zagreb presents the official selection results for the Grand Competition - Short Film, Croatian Film Competition and Student Film Competition.
Ralph Bakshi (1938), animator, director and producer, is the winner of the 31st World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb Lifetime Achievement Award.
World Festival of Animated Film - Animafest Zagreb Festival Council decided to present the 2021 Award for Outstanding Contribution to Animation Studies to culture and film scholar and animation critic and historian, Xavier Kawa-Topor.
Vassilis Kroustallis writes about the ever-growing demand for a celebratory attitude of animation festivals- which relegates their animation film content to the background.
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