Our top Belgian animation short picks from the 40th Anima Festival (12-21 Feb 2021).
Anima, the Brussels International Animation Film Festival, announces the big winners of its 40th edition.
The 2021 Anima Brussels festival will take place entirely online, from 12 to 21 February 2021. Here are some of the highlights to attend and cherish in this always lovely Belgian festival
Anima, the Brussels International Animation Festival, set to take place from 12th to 21st February 2021, is spotlighting Korea, in collaboration with the Korean Cultural Centre, for the 120th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
The Anima Festival Announces Its Opening Film: Wolfwalkers by Tomm Moore.
Find all films selected for the 40th edition of Anima Festival, Brussels.
Futuranima, part of Anima, the Brussels International Animation Film Festival, and its professional meetings are set to take place online from 15th to 20th February 2021.
Both Dominique Seutin and Karin Vandenrydt take over as Anima Brussels Festival directresses for the 2021 festival edition.
With the current proliferation of online festival and other treats (films available for a certain amount of dates, curated online playlists), sometimes it is easy to forget cultural animation festival moments captured on video.
Vassilis Kroustallis reports on Anima Festival 2020 and selects 10 Belgian animation shorts to watch in 2020.
Find the 39th ANIMA Brussel festival prizewinners, with a Grand Prix to Purpleboy by Alexandre Siqueira.
Away, The Swallows of Kabul, four Japanese features are in the lineup of this year's Anima Festival in Brussels.
Scandinavian countries and Mélusine Productions are to be honoured in 2020 at Anima Brussels.
Anca Damian's Marona's Fantastic Tale will open Anima, the Brussels International Animation Film Festival.
The whole lineup of animation shorts selected for 2020 Anima Brussels festival.