The Swedish-Estonian animation becomes a short film nominee for the European Film Awards at the 73th Venice Film Festival.
The Tallinn festival has a new artistic director, and prepares its November edition with a new SHUT UP Competition.
his dismissal causedHis contract will be renewed for the next three years.
which was detailed in our articleHe was silmply not re-elected, states Solveig Jahnke, Head of Communications at the Estonian Academy of Arts.
UPDATE 22/6: Students take a stand for Priit Pärn.
The Head of the Animation Department was suddenly dismissed, causing an outrage from students and animation professionals.
Clay motion at its most white: the exquisite story of a girl lost by the Estonian animation director Anu-Laura Tuttelberg.
The Estonian puppet animator Ülo Pikkov has a new documentary animation short, Empty Space. Read his interview for Zippy Frames.
When Santa got a little drunk.
The esteemed Estonian animation filmmakers Priit and Olga Pärn and their work will be one of the highlights of the Slovakian fest.
It is a love story, but too rapid. Film review for the Estonian stop-motion film Lisa Limone and Maroc Orange: A Rapid Love Story.
Realistic, imaginative and contemporary: watch Villa Antropoff.
Anu Laura Tuttelberg presents a stop-motion film about flies and birds, which is as eerie as it sounds. Watch Fly Mill.
The Slovakian film The Last Bus and the Spanish feature film Wrinkles crowned the awards of the 19th International Animation Festival in Stuttgart. See all the winners.
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.
The highest European award for animation was a surprise winner.