Nature will be keeping an eye on us with Marc Limousin's ephemeral exhibition.
The Atelier de cinéma d'animation d'Annecy et de Haute-Savoie is opening its doors and wants to let you in on some animation secrets.
New tools and major developments in resources are a regular fixture on the conference programme. Within this ever wider and complex range of innovations, we have chosen to highlight a software that renews the conventional approach to the pipeline while also significantly enriching the possibilities of representation and treatment.
Come along with your kids, big or small, to take a stroll around the three exhibitions from Les Artychauts.
Annecy 2015 is paying tribute to all the women who have helped to change attitudes and promote female expression in the world of animation. This programme highlights the work of Janet Perlman, who has been a forerunner in humorous cartoons since 1976.
Spanish animation takes pride of place with the From Doodles to Pixels project that looks back at more than 100 years of evolution. The Under the Yoke programme shows the extent to which films were used to serve political agendas.
Come to the CITIA Exhibition at the Conservatoire d'art et d'histoire and discover Les Films de l'Arlequin studio.
Discover the secrets of the pinscreen through an exhibition dedicated to Alexandre Alexeieff and Claire Parker, the couple who invented it.
Check out this exhibition made up of 13 animated films illustrating 13 of Robert Desnos' poems.
Michèle Lemieux will present the exceptional technique of the pinscreen invented by Alexandre Alexeieff and Claire Parker, in the grande salle of the Musée-Château.
Back to Annecy for Les Toiles Enchantées, coming to dazzle as many kids as possible.
How do you target a TV animated show according to gender? What are the gains and drawbacks and is this targeting still relevant among today's youngsters? How did Channel Branding influence the gender targeting? Are there dos and don'ts regarding gender targeting? How well do gender stereotypes travel?... Share the analysis of our eminent panelists to help you shape your programme according to its potential viewership.
Annecy 2015 is paying tribute to all the women who have helped to change attitudes and promote female expression in the world of animation. This programme introduces you to Stacey Steers' work – one of the best kept secrets in animation.
Annecy 2015 is paying tribute to all the women who have helped to change attitudes and promote female expression in the world of animation. All together, nine women have taken home the Cristal for a Short Film at Annecy, five of which have won in the last ten years... it looks like the times, they are a-changin'!
Sergio Pablos will talk about SPA Studios’ accomplishments and goals, explaining how a small studio from Spain manages to originate a hugely successful franchise like "Despicable Me" and how it consistently participates in projects for internationally renowned studios like Universal, Blue Sky, DreamWorks or Warner Bros. He will also present a sneak peek of the studio's latest project, "Klaus", where his creative team has experimented with bridging the gap between traditional animation and CGI.
Come and discover the first act of Ankama's debut feature.
Producers and project development programmes play an essential role in talent development. From detecting talent to completion of a project, through writing, development and fabrication, what are the various stages and key points in nurturing talent in animation, and especially for shorts? What kind of means or environment is needed? How can the relationship between the artist and the producer foster the creative process? Three highly experienced professionals will share their insight on all aspects surrounding the issue.
Annecy 2015 wanted to pay tribute to all the women who have helped to change attitudes and promote female expression in the world of animation. "The Future is Woman", a title borrowed from Marco Ferreri, poignantly defines this programme headed towards the future.
Lionel Fages, Bruno Le Levier and Majid Loukil created Cube in Paris in 2002. The 2D and 3D animation production company is equipped with a studio and likes to give fresh talented directors, often coming from French film schools, a chance to work on diverse film projects: short films, special effects, advertising films, etc. Cube also diffuses and promotes its productions through the Courts Devants Festival in Paris and its partners.
A leading figure in the animation world's achievements and projects
The story of Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment's Minions begins at the dawn of time.
Spanish animation takes pride of place with the From Doodles to Pixels project that looks back at more than 100 years of evolution. The Modern Times programme sheds light on how Spain's animation industry took off at the end of the 1950s.
After a two-year absence, Spike and Mike's unusual and hilarious discoveries are back on the Festival programme.
Jump into the world of animation with Orange's game!
Come and enjoy an evening under the stars and discover a collection of fantastic short films.
The heroes from Bikini Bottom are coming up to the surface to lounge with you on the Pâquier!
A selection of supercharged films mixing animation and rock!