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Brilliant Trailer for TrickFilm Festival of Animated Film in Stuttgart


23rd Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film (ITFS)

Tuesday, April 26th - Sunday, May 1st


The ITFS is one of the most important festivals for animated film worldwide. About 80,000 visitors, 2.500 professionals and 900 films make the festival a priority event for both the public and the animation industry. The Festival showcases the whole spectrum of current productions, including the intersections between architecture, art, design and games. Animation studios, experts and icons are on the spot: e.g. Psyop (leading studio for animated commercials and responsible for VFX in “Hail Cesar”), Netflix/Saban („Cirque du soleil – Luna Petunia“,) Studio Soi and Laika (“Boxtrolls”), Emmy award winning animator Nick Cross (“Over the Garden Wall”/Cartoon Network) et al.. The Arab Animation Forum connects animation filmmakers from Germany and the Arab World to promote young and strong co-productions. Furthermore prizes like the Animated Com Award, the German Animation Screenplay Award and the German Voice Actor Award will be awarded. This year’s country focus brings several Danish guests like Karsten Kiilerich of Studio A., director Esben Toft Jacobsen as well as various Danish studios and animation schools to the ITFS. The newly tied cooperation with the Oper Stuttgart for the programme “Animation Opera” offers an exclusive Open Air livestream of Verdi´s “Rigoletto” at the Schlossplatz.  

Comments (1)

Wonderful trailer

I love it, happy to see it builds on the past...