‘Before Love’ Wins Best Film at Fantoche

The 14th edition of the Fantoche International Festival for Animated Film wrapped up over the weekend, bestowing awards on a diverse range of works from around Europe and beyond. Among ... Continue Reading →

Ottawa Reveals International Shorts Selections

The Ottawa International Animation Festival — North America’s leading animation fest — announced the official selections for the 2016 International Short Film Competition. ... Continue Reading →

Animafest Zagreb Reveals 26th Edition Winners

After a jam-packed week devoted to animation — comprising over 300 films and 200 special guests — the 26th World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb culminated ... Continue Reading →

Ottawa Animation Fest Turns 40

North America’s largest dedicated animation event, the Ottawa International Animation Festival, is celebrating its 40 anniversary this year. OAIF 2016 will run September 21-25 ... Continue Reading →

Animafest Zagreb Announces 2016 Line-Up

Organizers of the 26th edition of the World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb (taking place June 6-11, 2016) has revealed this year’s official festival lineup, featuring ... Continue Reading →

Holland Animation Fest Declares 2016 Winners

The 2016 edition of the Holland Animation Film Festival ( wrapped up in the Netherlands this weekend, with the top honors going to a geographically and stylistically diverse ... Continue Reading →

Cartoons on the Bay Winners and Pics

France dominated the 2014 edition of Cartoons on The Bay, taking home six Pulcinella Awards at Venice event that ran April 10-12. The winners of the competition are as follows: • ... Continue Reading →
Jeremy Clapin

Jeremy Clapin and the Art of ‘Palmipedarium’

French animator Jeremy Clapin first caught the attention of the festival world with his highly original, funny and dark short Skhizein in 2008, which won awards at Annecy and the Cannes ... Continue Reading →
Igor Kovalyov

Flashback to the U.N. of Animation

Whatever happened to Klasky Csupo? All right, it’s a rhetorical question since Klasky Csupo is still around, albeit in a somewhat different capacity than 15 or so years ago when ... Continue Reading →

Priit Parn Set for U.S. Appearance at N.Y. Retrospective

Influential Estonian animator Priit Parn will make a rare appearance in the United States next week at a specially curated screening program of his work at the Spectacle Theater in ... Continue Reading →