BIAF 2017 Calls for Entries

BIAF 2017 Calls for Entries

The 19th Bucheon International Animation Festival (BIAF) now accepts animated films for its 2017 edition.
Transilvania Pitch Stop goes international

Transilvania Pitch Stop goes international

The 16th edition of Transilvania International Film Festival (June 2-11, 2017) announces increased joined activities related to film industry, as part of the continuous work to promote cinema and establish a platform for international co-production.
KLIK Amsterdam Animation Fest Calls for Entries

KLIK Amsterdam Animation Fest Calls for Entries

The KLIK Amsterdam Animation Festival has opened its call for entries to professional filmmakers and students worldwide for its 10th edition, taking place October 17 to 22 at EYE Filmmuseum in the Dutch capital. The event celebrates animation of all sorts, from feature and short films to commercials, video games...
Latest entries
WOYC Fear and anxiety at a close-up - Interview with Simon Mesa Soto

WOYC Fear and anxiety at a close-up – Interview with Simon Mesa Soto

Two years ago Simon Mesa Soto’s short film Leidi, the story of a young girl travelling through her village to find the father of her son, won the Short Film Palme d’Or at the 67th Cannes Film Festival. This year, Simon is returning to the Official Competition with Madre, which once again follows a girl...
Fantaisie impromptu - a prologue - Interview with Duda Gorter

Fantaisie impromptu – a prologue – Interview with Duda Gorter

Fantaisie impromptu – a prologue is a short film by Duda Gorter, submitted to the Cannes Short Film Catalogue, and Short Film Corner at this year’s festival. Here’s a short interview with the director. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? The main topic raised by the story...
No Woman's Face Remember - Interview with Chuck Griffith

No Woman’s Face Remember – Interview with Chuck Griffith

No Woman’s Face Remember is an American short film from the Short Film Catalogue, represented in the Short Film Corner this year at the festival. Read our interview with the director Chuck Griffith. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? Income inequality.  Lost millennials.  Globalisation.  Sex.  Drugs.  They...
24° 51’ North Latitude - Interview with Carlos Lenin

24° 51’ North Latitude – Interview with Carlos Lenin

24° 51’ North Latitude by Carlos Lenin is a short film from this year’s Short Film Corner at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Here’s a short Q&A with the director. What is your film about? It’s the story about a migrant who’s trying to return to his town: the home of his most sweet memories....
(Lakkeha) Stains - Interview with Sara Koozehchian

(Lakkeha) Stains – Interview with Sara Koozehchian

Stains is an Iranian short film directed by Sara Koozehchian, represented in the Short Film Corner this year, at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. We asked some questions from her during the shor tiflm Q&A, here are her answers. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? Stains, is the...
The Last Show - Interview with Roberto Flores

The Last Show – Interview with Roberto Flores

The Last Show is a short film from Peru, represented in the Short Film Corner of the 69th Cannes Film Festival this year, directed by Roberto Flores. We asked a couple of questions from the director, here are his answers. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? ¨The...
Vera's Gift (Podarok Very) - Interview with Fernando Vallejo

Vera’s Gift (Podarok Very) – Interview with Fernando Vallejo

Vera’s Gift (Podarok Very) is a short film from the Short Film Corner of the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Read our short Q&A with the director, Fernando Vallejo. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? Our film is about  extreme love and silence. Who is the target audience...
Interview With a Director - Interview with Ivana Noa

Interview With a Director – Interview with Ivana Noa

Interview With a Director is a Belgian short film from the Short Film Catalogue, represented in Cannes this year, at the Short Film Corner. We asked a couple of questions from the director Ivana Noa, read her answers below. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? Interview With...
Jewish Blind Date - Interview with Morf Anaëlle

Jewish Blind Date – Interview with Morf Anaëlle

Jewish Blind Date is a short film from the 2016 Short Film Corner at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Read our short Q&A with the director Morf Anaëlle. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? Mary Lou had several disappointing love affairs with goys (non-Jews) and decides to revert...
Good Mother - Interview with Malou T. Schultzberg

Good Mother – Interview with Malou T. Schultzberg

Good Mother is a Swedish short film from the 2016 Short Film Corner, at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Read our short Q&A with the director Malou T. Schultzberg. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? An ex comes to stay a few days in the new family...
Onguri Kohi No Oishii Irekata (How to Make Delicious Acorn Coffee) - Interview with Masaru Yasokawa

Onguri Kohi No Oishii Irekata (How to Make Delicious Acorn Coffee) – Interview with Masaru Yasokawa

How to Make Delicious Acorn Coffee is a Japanese short film in the Short Film Corner, at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Read our short Q&A with the director Masaru Yasokawa. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? This movie is a youth movie , the story drew naturally as...
Wonderland - Interview with Tang Xinyi

Wonderland – Interview with Tang Xinyi

Wonderland is a short film from the Cannes 2016 Short Film Catalogue, and Short Film Corner at this year’s festival. We asked a couple of questions from the director Tang Xinyi. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? A disheartened man ready to suicide, but accidentally appear a girl...