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Screen your animated film at Animation Day in Cannes - 15% discount code until December 7!

  Screen your animation film at Animaze Daze in Cannes during Animation Day in Cannes in 2018!   Submit your  animated film or script at the must attend animation event where film animation film professionals gather from around the world. Animaze Daze at Cannes is celebrating its 4th successful year at Animation Day in Cannes produced in collaboration with filmfestivals.com and The Montreal International Animation Film Festival  Entries are still open for a happy and...

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Showcases and work in progress introduced at Animation Day in Cannes 2017 I Trailers – Animation Day in Cannes 2017 I Trailers of Festival Winners in Animation 2017 – Animation Day in Cannes I Ambiance from Cannes ADIC ...

Junod continues its successfull path on the fest circuit with gala screenings in Montreal and Glasgow

JUNOD by Shinichiro Kimura – Japan 76 minutes          Trailer SCREENING IN CANNES 25 May Palais E A Swiss doctor arranged for the delivery of 15 tons of medicine and medical supplies to Hiroshima just after the atomic bomb was dropped on the city and personally treated the victims himself. That benefactor was Marcel Junod, head of the ICRC delegation in Japan. There is a monument to Dr. Junod in a corner of Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, but, unfortunatel...

Animation Day in Cannes Showcase: Bunuel in The Labyrinth of the Turtles

Buñuel in the labyrinth of the turtles 1930, Paris, the film The Golden Age is a scandal and Luis Buñuel, who thought he was destined to be the star of surrealism, is left with nothing. He is offered a documentary project on one of the poorest places in Spain, Las Hurdes, but he has no money. His friend the sculptor Ramón Acín buys a lottery ticket while jokingly promising to finance the film with it. He wins and keeps his promise. The harshnes...

Animation Day in Cannes Showcase: Nephilim by Dany Wilson

Nephilim “Some are born, some are made, some are chosen” NEPHILIM A FILM BY DANY WILSON PRODUCED BY GILBERT NASH NEPHILIM is a supernatural, action-thriller following an atypical young priest, Father Markus, into a mystical world of blended realities, as he takes on the hero’s mission after being thrown into the core of confrontation between good and evil.   The NEPHILIM story follows an atypical young priest, Father Markus, and four other warrior characters on a...

Animaze Daze in Cannes Selection : you got a problem by Charles Mandracchia

Uncle Louie and his Italian-American Paisanos solve a problem that the Pizza man is having with a bunch of kids from a Brooklyn neighborhood. You got a problem, no problem...just call uncle Louie. He'll take care of it! No Problem! Uncle Louie and his Italian-American Paisanos solve a problem that the Pizza Man is having with a bunch of kids from a Brooklyn neighborhood. You got a problem, no problem...just call uncle Louie. He'll take care of it! No Problem! Festival Wins:&n...

Animaze Daze in Cannes selection: The Curse of Da Linzer by Kristine Kreska

FAERIE MEDIA - as PROD / FIN Animation - Completed 2017  A Dada faerie tale of two selfish children who experience a dark twist of fate.  ...

Animaze Daze in Cannes selection: Variations on Breathing by Kate Vrijmoet

A film by Pascal Le Boeuf (2004 Winner in Music) | music JeanCarlo Ramirez (2012 Winner in Cinematic Arts) | producer, director Kate Vrijmoet (1984 Winner in Visual Arts) | painting Featuring Katy Short (2013 Winner in Dance) | improvised movement How can we embrace our true selves amid an ocean of false social constructs and unconscious biases? Borrowing from Vrijmoet’s “Non-Ordinary Reality” painting series and Le Boeuf's compositions for prepared piano, &l...

Animaze Daze in Cannes selection: Un long baiser by Gwendoline Gamboa

'Animation Day in Cannes' semi finalist Music video for Migou’s “Un long baiser” handmade with watercolor and felt pens. Directed by Gwendoline Gamboa for Studio TABASS. Animation: Bruno Tondeur, Hippolyte Cupillard, Ornella Macchia Compositing: Chloé Alliez, Aude Ha Leplege Story: Gwendoline Gamboa, Amy Brutton, Remi Vandenitte Based on an original idea by Amy Brutton   ...

Animaze Daze in Cannes selection: When a Peeping Tom met a Kleptomaniac by Yifei Wang

Insta: moonchildcomics www.moonchildstudio.com It is said that, in the vast sea of people that populate this world, the chance that two people will meet is one in 10 million, the chance that they will become friends is one in 200 million, while the chance that they'll become a couple is only one in 5 billion. This book is about a fortuitous meeting. It is a fun story filled with a refreshingly unique type of romance.Every person living in this boundless world of ours is unique: we al...

Animaze Daze in Cannes Selection : Sophia Zsofia Opra-Szabo

The short film Sophia, is a modern fairy tale of sorts. Presented as intriguing puppet animation with a sweeping sound scape, it conveys the universal story how easy it is to become a prisoner of one’s own illusion." Sophia" trailer for Animation day in Cannes from Zsofia Opra-Szabo 'Animation Day in Cannes' semi finalist   ...

Animaze Daze in Cannes Selection : The Bricks by Yekaterina Kireeva

Animation film "The Bricks" - TRAILER Student short director Yekaterina Kireeva Film duration: 2 min 27 sec Clay animation Producion: School-Studio "SHAR", Russia, 2017 www.sharstudio.com   ...

Animaze Daze in Cannes Selection : Johane by Anna-Ester Volozh

Inspired by Joan of Arc, 'Johanne' follows a day in a life of the eponymous heroine. While the setting is medieval, the film explores the very current and urgent theme of preserving one’s humanity while struggling against inhumane environment, from modern feminist perspective. by Anna-Ester Volozh   ...

Animaze Daze in Cannes selection Singing Hugo and His Incredible Adventures

On a moonlit night, the chickens are all snoring in their coop. All exept one. The sleepless chicken dreams off a great singing career, and with a swing in its step, our feathered friend starts warbling at the top of the voice. Unfortunately, the noise attracts the attention of two thieves, who quickly make off with the bird in a cloth sack. It’s the start of a lively adventure full of humour and with a suprising twist to the tale. Vilnis in Cannes in his booth promoting Hugo screenin...

Interview with Animator Brian Neil Hoff

    Brian Neil Hoff is the founder and festival director of the Palm Springs International Animation Festival (http://www.psiaf.org/home.html), the first edition of which is set to take place post AFM from November 9-11, 2017. Hoff has been working in animation for the last fifteen years and is a teacher/mentor of animation at the Palm Springs High School. He began the works for the PSIAF in 2009 and has now created a snowball effect with over 2,000 film submissions and a g...

Animation Day Awards and Networking Watch the video ambiance

Bruno Chatelin in conversation with Max Karli (Rita Pictures producer of My Life as a Zucchini) at Cine Arts Gallery on the Grand Hotel Gardens. (hosted by VIP Belgium) The Animation Day May 23 began with a panel focusing on the specifics of marketing and selling animation, with some practical tips for filmmakers, an homage to Courgette with a conversation about the fantastic festival trajectory the film took, and an awards ceremony where PAB, our french street artist, had personalised each o...

Stay 'tooned - Submit your animation film to Animation Calling - festival strategy and marketing

  Animation calling is a festival submission service (we are a for hire service) specifically aimed to animation professionals and related industries for greater success and increased visibility. Navigating festial waters can be wild and difficult to master. I would be very pleased to discuss your animation film project needs and formulate a customized solution stategy. With my years as an animation producer, fstial director and programmer my expertise can shine some light on a sometimes...
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