Discover the 9 VR works selected for the 2021 Annecy Festival.
View the selection results of the Annecy International Animation Film Festival 2021.
Vassilis Kroustallis writes about the ever-growing demand for a celebratory attitude of animation festivals- which relegates their animation film content to the background.
Kropka talks to the director of My Favorite War, Ilze Burkowska-Jacobsen, which won the Contrechamp competition at Annecy Festival.
A VR animation project on immigration and displacement. More info on the Dislocation project by Veljko Popovic and Milivoj Popovic.
Based on The Hangman at Home by Carl Sandburg, this is an XR project by the duo of Michelle Kranot and Uri Kranot.
Mikhail Gurevich talks to the Russian director, animator and designer Kirill Khachaturov about his short film, Naked.
The US independent artist moves from the pitch-perfect black comedy of depression in Rocks in My Pockets to a new feature animated project.
The Physics of Sorrow, Calamity win at Annecy Festival 2020. All winners.
The International Animation Film Festival has just announced its 13 Special Awards, Partners Awards, or additional awards to the Official Awards.
Our dedicated Annecy Festival 2020 blog.
11 animation directors join their voices in the WeAreOne global festival initiative.
The new animation feature film by Croatian artist and filmmaker Dalibor Barić
For the very first time in its entire history, Annecy is doing an "Online" edition. Check the animation features and VR works selected at the Annecy festival.
Find all the selections results for the 2020 Annecy Festival, which now goes online.
Read the complete Annecy festival statement.
With the current proliferation of online festival and other treats (films available for a certain amount of dates, curated online playlists), sometimes it is easy to forget cultural animation festival moments captured on video.
The first details of the feature animation project Coda by Juan Pablo Zaramella.
Eliane Gordeeff talks with Gabriel Bitar, the Brazilian director of Tito and the Birds feature film.
Two talented independent animators from Croatia/ Estonia, Lucija Mrzljak and Morten Tšinakov, talk to our Zippy Frames contributor Kropka during Annecy Festival.
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