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With the incredible wealth of animated short films of all genres and techniques which have emerged to delight audiences across the globe in the last year, we didn’t envy the Academy’s task of narrowing down the 56 qualifiers to this 10-film short list…and while the eventual nominees announcement on January [...]
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 10 animated short films will advance in the voting process for the 85th Academy Awards®. Fifty-six pictures had originally qualified in the category. The list is as follows: Adam and Dog, Minkyu Lee, director (Lodge Films) Combustible, Katsuhiro [...]
Although the 45 shorts which have been qualified for this year’s Academy Awards have been announced already, this is a list we compiled from all the projects that have won awards at festivals around the world this year. For a more up to date list of Oscar qualifying shorts, visit [...]
Mike Please’s The Eagleman Stag won the Best Animated Short prize at the 17th Edition of the Los Angeles Film Festival this past weekend. Voiced by British actor David Cann, the monochrome stop-motion short centers on a man’s obsession with his quickening perception of time and the extreme lengths he [...]
Joann Sfar and Antoine Delevaux’s 2D animated feature The Rabbi’s Cat (Le Chat du Rabbin) won the Cristal Award for Best Feature at the Annecy Festival. Based on the popular graphic novel by Sfar, the movie follows the adventures of a cat in 1930s Algeria who learns to speak after swallowing [...]
If you’re an animation fan and happen to be in Los Angeles June 16-26, you may want to check out the wide variety of animated features and shorts screening at the 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival. Produced by Film Independent, the event offers over 200 feature films, shorts, and music [...]
Toy Story 3 has been nominated for three BAFTA Awards: best animated feature. best adapted screenplay and best visual effects. In the best animated screenplay, the Disney-Pixar film will go up against Illumination Entertainment’s Despicable Me and DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon. In the adapted screenplay category, Michael [...]