Here Come the Waves to Kick Off 5th SFIAF

The San Francisco International Animation Festival has set the lineup for its fifth edition, set for Nov. 11-14, and will spotlight such films as Here Come The Waves: The Hazards of ... Continue Reading →

NFB Gets Animated! Across Canada

Canada’s National Film Board has announced the fourth edition of its Get Animated! Program, which offers free screenings and activities across the country from Oct. 26 to Nov. 7. ... Continue Reading →

Festival to Bestow First Student Annies

The ASIFA-Hollywood Animator Educators Forum will present its first Student Annie Awards at its second annual student animation festival, set for Nov. 6 on the campus of CSU Long Beach. ... Continue Reading →

Academy Digs into Monster Tech

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will pay tribute to the monsters of the silver screen in a program titled Monsters in the Movies set for Oct. 21. Presented by the Academy’s ... Continue Reading →

Deadline to Submit for Annies is Oct. 15

The deadline to submit work for the 38th annual Annie Awards is coming up quickly on Oct. 15. The deadline to join or renew membership to qualify to vote is also Oct. 15. To begin ... Continue Reading →

Ottawa Sets Four-Part Focus on Indie Anime

The Ottawa International Animation Festival will showcase the famous works of Japanese best animators in a special four-part program. The festival, set for Oct. 20-24, announced plans ... Continue Reading →

2nd L.A. Animation Fest to Fete Vinton

The Los Angeles Animation Festival will pay tribute to stop-motion innovator Will Vinton in its second annual edition, set for Dec. 2-5. The festival will take place at Cinefamily’s ... Continue Reading →

Plympton’s Idiots and Angels Opens at NYC’s IFC Center

Idiots & Angels, a new film from animation legend Bill Plympton, is set to open Oct. 6 in New York City at the IFC Center. The film will be preceded by the Plympton short film The ... Continue Reading →

Comic-Con Stays in San Diego Through 2015

After months of speculation and several delayed decisions, the organizers of Comic-Con: International have announced the show will stay in San Diego through 2015. The convention had ... Continue Reading →

SIGGRAPH Asia Preps Courses, Exhibition in Seoul

SIGGRAPH Asia is gearing up for what promises to be the region’s largest gathering focused on the latest in computer graphics, interactive techniques and digital media. The conference, ... Continue Reading →