11th Anifest, Teplice, Czech Republic: Puppet magic

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The 11th Anifest in Teplice presents a tribute to Jiri Trnka and the magic of puppet animation.

Animasyros Openhouse, Athens 17/12

The international animation festival Animasyros welcomes its guests in an all-animation day in Athens, 17/12.

Expotoons awards Where Dogs Die, The Great Bear

The Argentinean feast of Expotoons 2011 ended with the award announcement. See the full list of winners.

The Renter, Muybridge's strings grab Cinanima 2011 awards

The creepy film The Renter won the grand prize at the 35th Cinanima Festival. See the full award list.

Cinanima opens: 7-13 November

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A Jiri Barta workshop, a premiere of Chico and Rita and competitive sections for both shorts and feature films are the strong highlights of the 35th Cinanima festival in Espinho.

Be there! Corfu Animation Festival handles feature competition, sets date

The spring animation festival in Corfu (Greece), Be there! has announced a new feature competitive section and set its 29 March-1 April dates

Irish animation at the spotlight of Annecy 2012

Ireland will be at the spotlight of the 52nd Annecy Animation Festival.

The Estonian Body Memory conquers Anim'est 2011

The Estonian short Body Memory (Ülo Pikkov) was the winner of the 6th Anim'est (Bucharest,Romania), while  Ugly Duckling (Garri Bardin, Russia) took the top prize in feature films.

4 feature films in Cinanima 2011

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The Espinho-based festival in Portugal celebrates its 35th edition by screening 4 feature films in its official competitive section.

Phil Mulloy, Stephen Irwin win at Ottawa Animation Festival

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For a second time in a row, Phil Mulloy wins (this time with his feature film Dead but not buried), and Stephen Irwin  gets the short independent grand prize with his Moxie.

My mother's coat a surprise winner at Animasyros

A Greek film, drawing on paper, won the Grand Prize at Animasyros festival in Greece.

Pixar and Dreamworks conquer Animasyros

 Cassidy Curtis (supervising animator, How to train your dragon) and Jim Capobianco (writer, Ratatouille) raised the bar of the 4th Animasyros festival in Greece.


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