Programme 2014

  • 14-18, Animate the Great War: The Horror of the Trenches

    This 14-18 programme came about through the common desire of three animation festivals, Anima Brussels, the Annecy International Animation Film Festival and Trickfilm Festival Stuttgart, to commemorate, each in their own fashion, the victims of this war.

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  • 14-18, Animate the Great War: The Hopes of the Armistice

    This 14-18 programme came about through the common desire of three animation festivals, Anima Brussels, the Annecy International Animation Film Festival and Trickfilm Festival Stuttgart, to commemorate, each in their own fashion, the victims of this war.

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  • En sortant de l'école

    En sortant de l'école is the first collection of animated shorts devoted to poetry and made by young film directors.

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  • Stop-motion: B?etislav Pojar – Tribute to the First Annecy Cristal

    First recipient of the Grand Prix – which turned into the Cristal – for a short film at Annecy 1960, with The Lion and the Song, B?etislav Pojar (1923-2012) created an exceptional body of work.

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  • Stop-motion: Bruce Bickford – Monster Road

    Travel beyond the limits of animation, sculpture and poetry

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  • Stop-motion: Canada: Evening Visitors

    Canadian animation of today is a rich and diverse creation but remains rather dark, that's what this programme brings to light.

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  • Stop-motion: Contemporary Tales

    Four films, four stories, four fables that speak to us with humour and mockery about the world we live in.

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  • Stop-motion: Croatia – Terra Incognita

    Croatian animation is thriving with the comeback of stop-motion.

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  • Stop-motion: Inhabited Worlds

    Where we delve into the many and sometimes shocking worlds of stop-motion animation.

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  • Stop-motion: Estonia – The Animated Dreams of Nukufilm 1

    The international recognition of the Estonian studio Nukufilm is largely based on the production of stereoscopic 3D films which marked the technical evolution of animation.

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  • Stop-motion: Estonia – The Animated Dreams of Nukufilm 2

    One remarkable and surprising fact is that Nukufilm not only survived the fall of the Soviet Empire but has also given rise to a flourishing production.

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  • Stop-motion: George Pal Puppetoons

    George Pal films, a variety of entertainment!

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  • Stop-motion: Young Audience

    The best of France's stop-motion animation to enjoy with the family.

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  • Stop-motion: Ji?í Trnka – A Midsummer Night's Dream

    A true ballet, A Midsummer Night's Dream highlights the exceptional choreographic value of the work.

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  • Stop-motion: Joop Geesink – The Disney of Duivendrecht

    The Netherlands already had a professional film studio specialising in puppet animation over fifty years ago: Geesink Studio.

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  • Stop-motion: Ladislas Starewitch, the First Master

    The mischievous moralist, Ladislas Starewitch... Six syllables making up a name that rolls off the tongue like an invitation to enchantment, like a soft magical song heralding a wonderland.

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  • Stop-motion: Motion Kinetics

    A ride through seventy years of films and filmmakers that give life to the motionless.

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  • Stop-motion: The Invincibles

    Bringing together some great animation classics, The Invincibles offers us a lesson in cinema and a very pleasurable moment!

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  • Stop-motion: Mexico: Dance of the Dead

    Death is profoundly connected to the identity of Mexico and it is this special relationship that Dance of the Dead invites us to discover...

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  • Stop-motion: Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan

    An exceptional documentary for an exceptional creator.

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  • The Big Sleep

    Nag Ansorge

    Frédéric Back

    Xavier Julliot

    Michael Sporn

    Jimmy Murakami

    René Borg

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  • The Wind Rises

    "[…] Watching the sky,
    Now no one understands
    No one would understand
    All they could think was…
    “Too young”
    Yet… happy [...]"

    The Vapor Trail, Yumi Matsut?ya

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  • McLaren Now: Now Dance

    Explorer of cinema's uncharted territories, adventurer of visual and soundscapes, Norman McLaren offers us a rich, surprising, stimulating, inventive and inspirational body of work.

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  • McLaren Now: Odd Birds

    Explorer of cinema's uncharted territories, adventurer of visual and soundscapes, Norman McLaren offers us a rich, surprising, stimulating, inventive and inspirational body of work.

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  • My Neighbours the Yamadas

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  • Pierre Hébert: On "Places and Monuments"

    With Places and Monuments, multi-faceted artist Pierre Hébert mixes animation and live action to illustrate the present and to create a "world monument" from scratch.

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  • The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness

    A rare glimpse into the inner workings of one of the most celebrated animation studios in the world, and a portrait of their dreams, passion and dedication that borders on madness.

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  • The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness

    A rare glimpse into the inner workings of one of the most celebrated animation studios in the world, and a portrait of their dreams, passion and dedication that borders on madness.

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  • Tiji, CANAL J, Gulli: les Espoirs de l'animation

    For their 13th competition, Les Espoirs de l'animation have grown and are now shown on three children's channels: CANAL J, TiJi and Gulli.

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