The 2016 Annecy festival awarded its Special prizes on Friday, 17 June. See all winners.
Our daily report from Annecy: Wednesday 15 June.
It's not a full report (for the size of Annecy festival this is nearly impossible), but rather a daily report of our Zippy involvement at the French festival: Tuesday 14 June.
French Canadian animator and illustrator Michèle Lemieux has taken care of this year's Annecy poster.
In a clever move that is far from a return to its domestic roots, the 2016 Annecy festival gives prominence to French Animation.
Once more Konstantin Bronzit wins with his 2D simple but pathos-driven story of friendship We Can't Live Without Cosmos. All the results of the 2015 Annecy Festival.
It is his first feature, but somehow Michael Dudok de Wit seems at ease. Vassilis Kroustallis reports from Annecy Festival about the much-awaited The Red Turtle feature.
The first results of the Mapping of the Animation Industry in Europe study by the European Observatory were presented during the 2015 Annecy Festival, and they do offer some insights into the state of the art.
The most warm-hearted dramatic features for kids is on its way for distribution. Annecy report from Ma vie de courgette.
A predominantly European output at this year's feature selection for the international Annecy festival.
Film producer and actress Salma Hayek will be present at the opening of the Kahlil Gibran's animation feature in the French animation fest.
The UK short Ruth's Story, itself part of the BAFTA nominated documentary series Children of the Holocaust will compete in the commissioned section of Annecy festival.
Via the music video of If you go away by Ashkan Rahgozar.
And 49 graduation films in the Annecy competitive programme.
A major study on European Animation will be unveiled in two parts, starting from Annecy Festival in June, while comprehensive results will be presented in December 2015.