Vassilis Kroustallis writes about spectatorship and the audience in Michelle & Uri Kranot's animation short, The Hangman at Home.
The 23rd Bucheon International Animation Festival (BIAF2021), 22 to 26 October 2021, has unveiled 11 selected films in its VR international competition.
A round-up of the 8 animation feature film pitches presented during the Annecy MIFA event 2021.
A tango between the victim and the victimiser in Michelle and Uri Kranot's Black Tape (2010). Watch the animation short.
Here's the exclusive first trailer for the new animation short film, The Hangman At Home by Michelle and Uri Kranot.
Discover the 9 VR works selected for the 2021 Annecy Festival.
MIchelle and Uri Kranot won the Grand Jury Prize for Best VR Immersive Work: The Hangman at Home - An Immersive Single User Experience.
81 animation artists and professionals have been invited to The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Based on The Hangman at Home by Carl Sandburg, this is an XR project by the duo of Michelle Kranot and Uri Kranot.
Michelle Kranot, leading (along with Uri Kranot) the Anidox: Lab training course, talks exclusively to Zippy Frames about all you want to know about the essential animation documentary training programme in Viborg, Denmark.
Age of Sail, Nothing Happens in the Korean Bucheon International Animation Festival selection.
The new gallery by the French production and distribution company opens its doors with a Simone Massi exhibition.
The Estonian (former Animated Dreams Festivals) PÖFF Shorts announced its selection results for the 2018 edition.
Uri and Michelle Kranot, Milos Tomić, Ivana Sebestova, Sanni Lahtinen win at the 11th Slovakian fest. Full winners and festival report.
The 14th edition takes off on the 1st of December with a packed program featuring, among others, a plethora of veteran and newcomer artists, special guests such as David O'Reilly and Don Hertzfeldt as well as an exploration of female representation in animation.
Mati Kütt retrospective, premiere of Ülo Pikkov's Letting Go, tributes to Polish and Russian animation from the 2017 Animated Dreams competition in Tallinn.
The festival welcomes its newest edition (from the 9th till the 12th of November) with a strongly competitive program, Samantha Moore and Nathan Jurevicius as its distinguishing seminar guests.
The VR project by Uri and Michelle Kranot won the Lumen prize for best AR/VR project.
The VR project of Uri and Michelle Kranot finds its place at the competitive section of Venice Film Festival.
Some of the lesser-advertised, but interesting non-screening events at the 2017 Annecy Festival.
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