The festival’s tenth edition will be held virtually on September 7–11.
Original art from the show’s team will be exhibited and sold at the event, which runs from September 25 to October 3.
The exhibition will open together with the L.A. museum on September 30.
The VIEW Conference has announced its first slate of speakers for its 2021 edition.
“Inu-Oh” will premiere at Venice in September, “Mad God” at Locarno in August.
“Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts” opens at the New York museum on December 10.
Acclaimed Portuguese director José Miguel Ribeiro presented his intriguing feature debut as a work in progress at Annecy.
Latin America’s leading animation festival will be held virtually on September 7–11.
Reviews of three disparate films that played in competition at this year’s Annecy festival.
The only virtual reality project presented as a work in progress at Annecy was an atmospheric multiplayer experience.
Topics will include “Shrek” and Disney, online fan cultures, and merchandising and franchising.
The virtual festival will run August 5–25 and be geo-locked for Canadians.
All African citizens can apply for this program, which offers three months of paid skills development.
Exhibits will include illustrations, keyframes, layouts, and storyboards, as well as models used for the practical effects in Anno’s live-action productions.
The organizers plan to hold the event in its usual home of Toulouse, France on September 20–23.
Our notes from a panel on Japanese animation including Tomm Moore, Sofia Alexander, and Michael Dudok de Wit.
The films and series pitched from the country range widely in subject matter, from terrorist extremism to zombie goats.
A look at Chilean feature and series pitches at Annecy.
Disney also presented two other upcoming shows from white African creators at Annecy.
We watched all the feature pitches at Annecy’s MIFA market. Here are the three we liked best.