The new animation feature by Japanese directro Mamoru Hosoda (Wolf Children, Mirai) world premieres at Cannes Film Festival 2021.
The Festival de Cannes reveals Cinéfondation’s 2020 Selection of films submitted by film schools from around the world, and includes 4 animation shorts.
3D Wire selects 153 projects that represent the vanguard of animation end video games.
The puppet film won the third prize at the Cannes festival Cinéfondation competition.
The new film by the director of Summer Wars will screen at the French festival, with a fall 2018 theatrical release to follow.
After the critically acclaimed (and Oscar-shortlisted) Paths of Hate, Damian Nenow prepares the feature film Another day of lifefor a Cannes premiere. Watch the trailer.
Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels, Patrick Bouchard and Gabriel Heral participate with their new films at the Directors' Fortnight Section of the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.
The hybrid animation and live-action Swiss/German/Croatian/Finnish doc about the 1990s Yugoslav wars opens at the French festival.
Films from Poland, France and UK in this year's Cannes Cinefondation selection
The Polish animation director will compete for the Short Film Palme D'Or of the celebrated French film festival.
Portuguese and Swedish animation shorts in the festival's official programme.
Pépé le Morse, Camouflage, A perdre haleine are included in the 2017 Cannes nominees.
The Hungarian film by Nadja Andrasev won the Third Prize at the Cinéfondation competition.
The 2016 Cannes selection includes student films from France (ENSAD) UK (NFTS), Switzerland and Hungary (MOME) in its competition.
Watch the trailer of the first feature length film by the Oscar-winning auteur.
Waves '98 (Ely Dagher) and Sunday Lunche (Céline Devaux) compete for the prestigious Palme D'Or for a short film at the 2015 Cannes film festival.
Student films from UK, Denmark, France and Belgium among the competitors at the Cannes festival.
The hybrid film of live-action and animation by Daisy Jacbos won the third prize at Cinéfondation Selection of 2014 Cannes fest.
The Czech film Pandas by Matúš Vizar won the third prize at the Cinéfondation section in Cannes.
4 animated student films from Europe have been selected and feature in the programme of Cinéfondation at Cannes Film Festival.
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