Awards, festivals

“Death and Exposure” Wins Awards

Sanz Dangol is having great success with his 2nd year film in the festivals.  His documentary “Death and Exposure” has already won awards!  Its a beautiful film, but if you want to see you you are going to have to travel. “Death and Exposure” is showing internationally at:
World Fest Fest – 2nd Prize in FEST.FICTION selections. Cuneo, Italy (2017)
Short of the Year – Special Jury Mention. Madrid, Spain (2017)
Florida Animation Festival – Stop motion Honorable Mention. Florida, USA (2017)
Anima-São Festival – Selection. Sao Paulo, Brazil (2017)
festivals, News

Natasza’s films travel the world!

Natasza Cetner’s films “Dreamcaught” and “The three tales from Alexandria” were selected for Post-Mortem International Horror and Bizarre Short Film Fest in Mexico for this Halloween!
We are having trouble keeping track of her success, so here’s the filmography so far…
The Three Tales from Alexandria: 
  • Edinburgh Short Films Festival 2016
  • Anima-São – Festival Internacional de Animação 2016
  • Puerto Madero International Film Festival 2016 August Edition
  • The Monthly Film Festival (September Edition)
  • Festival CINE ANIMAL Bogota (Bogota’s ANIMAL CINEMA Fest) 2016
  • Post Mortem International Horror and Bizarre Short Film Fest 2016
Dreamcaught:
  • Corto Imola Festival 2015
  • Athens Animfest 2016
  • Montreal International Animation Film *Festival Animaze 2016
  • Anima-São – Festival Internacional de Animação 2016.
  • “Special Mention” received at Festival Internacional Buñuel – Calanda 2016
  • Post Mortem International Horror and Bizarre Short Film Fest
  • FICIL Bio Bio 2017
  • IndieWise Virtual Festival
Alumni News, festivals, News

“Panelka” now showing internationally

Ivelina Ivanova’s film Panelka has striking visuals and strong content – it has been selected for two festivals, and I am sure that more success is to follow.
In September it was shown in the experimental film and video art program of LINOLEUM fest (http://www.linoleumfest.com/en) .  It has also been selected for the Late Night Comedy program of Animated Dreams festival in Estonia  ( http://www.anima.ee/ )

Awards, festivals

More Student Success!

Natasza Cetner’s first-year film – Dreamcaught – has been selected for Animaze, the Montreal International Animation Film Festival, in the student competition. Here’s a little taster of her film…

Now Natasza is celebrating more success: “The Three Tales from Alexandria” has been chosen for Puerto Madero International Film Festival (August Edition) in Buenos Aires and that “Dreamcaught” received “Special Mention” at XII Festival Internacional Buñuel – Calanda!

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