Sometimes a quack may indeed go too far. Here's the sparkling animation short A Quack Too Far by Irish animation director Melissa Culhane.
Find the animation producers with/without projects in development to participate in the new ACE Producers Ireland event, ACE Animation Special.
An array of Irish animation professionals and animation student support the global climate strikes and address the Irish environment minister.
A solitary man sets out to conquer an isolated island. Watch the Irish animation short An Island by Rory Byrne.
Plus all the winners of the 2018 Dublin Animation Film Festival.
A three-month paid internship is reserved for a student or graduate, who is submitting a short film to the festival.
The inaugural OFFline Animation Residency is open for applications.
Something has happened in the 2015 feature adaptation of Tove Jansson's hippopotamus-like creatures.
Full of magic & beauty, but without unnecessary gimmickry, the Oscar-nominated Song of the Sea has enough drama and emotion to turn a stone into a Celtic wizard.
What's your date with death would look like, if it were animated? Here's an interview with the Irish director of the Oscar-shorlisted short Coda by Alan Holly.
All winners of the Slovak animation fest, Fest Anča.
A warm, commissioned animated film on Irish charity "To Russia With Love". Watch Anya by Damien O'Connor.
A bird with a Fear of Flying tries to avoid heading South for the winter. Watch the sweet short by Irish animator Conor Finnegan.
The premiere convention for animation, Aka-con, takes place in Dublin.
A charming animated documentary about repair and recycling in rural Ireland, Irish Folk Furniture, was awarded at Sundance Festival.
The Irish animator Eamonn O'Neill presents an intriguing portrait of a person in distress. Watch I'm Fine Thanks.
Irish animation company Brown Bag Films prepares its first animated feature, Nightglider.
Moon Man is the adaptation of Tomi Ungerer's 1966 eponymous book, which has been translated into 12 languages since its publication in 1966.
The prolific and creative author of Discworld series, Terry Pratchett, is involved in the current Irish project produced by The Animation Hub, The Duel.
Ireland will be at the spotlight of the 52nd Annecy Animation Festival.
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