The FUTURANIMA Professional Days 24 to 29 February 2020 at Flagey has secured major independent animation names in its slate.
The first details from the 2020 edition of Anima, Brussels International Animation Film Festival are here.
Here's the recent crop of Belgian animation shorts screened at 2019 Anima Brussels festival.
The late Rosto won the Grand Prix of the 2019 Anima Festival. All winners.
The Spanish/Polish/Belgian co-production will be the opening film of Anima Brussels festival.
The Brussels festival pays tribute to both standards and more auteurish specimens of French animation.
Juries also announced for the Brussels fest.
Peter Lord, Olga and Priit Pärn, Michel Ocelot and Janet Perlman are interviewed for the Anima 2018 festival. Watch their interviews
All the winners of the 37th Anima Brussels festival.
A detailed guide to talks and masterclasses during the 37th Anima Festival in Brussels, 9-18 February 2018.
The Brussels festival will premiere of Fabrice du Welz's documentary on the Belgian eclectic comedy duo of Vincent Patar and Stéphane Aubier.
The Brussels festival will host a retrospective of Priit Pärn, and more related events.
Britt Raes, Theo Ushev, Your Name among the other winners of the Brussels animation fest.
Oscar-nominated Don Hertzfeldt's World of Tomorrow took home the Anima 2016 Grand Prix. All winners of the Brussels fest.
Early highlights of the 35th edition of Anima, Brussels.
The 35th edition of Anima, the international Brussels animation film festival, has been scheduled February 5 to 14, 2016.
The 2016 programme will include a variety of awaited novelties, previously unreleased short films and features for young and less young audiences, initiation workshops for children, training sessions for adolescents, exhibitions on the art of animation, signings as well as encounters and talks with animation filmmakers from all across the globe.
During Futuranima (scheduled February 10 to 13), renowned domestic and international professionals will examine and discuss the latest developments and trends in animation. Focus:sound, storyboard, imagery and more,Work in Progress presentations, Making of sessions and lectures.
Two countries are honoured during Anima’s 2016 edition: the United Kingdom and Japan, two countries incredibly prolific in animation.
Anima’s 2016 visual has been designed by Dutch visual artist Sue Doeksen She plunges spectators into her sympathetic and uplifting universe with bright colours and simple shapes. Doeksen, who attended Anima’s 2015 edition, animated a cut-out animation workshop, the result of which was used as VJ-ing during the 2015 Animated Night.The 2016 Anima festival takes place 5-14 February 2016 in Flagey, Brusssels. Part of the festival programme will be presented simultaneously at various cities throughout Flanders and Wallonia.
Its full programme will be available onlineas of 13 January 2016.