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Dustin Grella


Dustin Grella is an animator and documentary filmmaker whose work attempts to glean glimpses of colourful insight into the seemingly mundane. His work has screened at the Cannes Film Festival, Margaret Mead Film Festival, and won the Walt Disney Award at the Ottawa International Animation Festival. His film "Prayers for Peace" screened at almost two hundred festivals worldwide and won over forty awards. He has written and mailed himself a letter every day for the past ten years and has all 3650 sealed letters neatly filed and categorized. Thanks to a grant from the Franklin Furnace Fund, the collection of over 3650 letters will be displayed in New York City in April 2012. He is currently in production of the Animation Hotline, a series of daily animations where he uses crowdsourced voicemail messages for content. If you've got a story give him a call at 212-683-2490.


Agnes Hay

Ágnes Háy is the most consistent experimental animation filmmaker of Hungarian origin, since 1969 she has made more than 40 auteristic shorts. Mostly these films are non-narrative filmsemiotical experiments. However, the techniques she uses are not at all new in animation, though she made the first clay animation in Hungary. Still, her films share an individual character as they expose the basic questions of stop motion and other analogue techniques. With the words of the Hungarian film director and theorists Miklós Erdély: "the films of Háy are not so… just one can feel that there’s no other way to shoot a film".


Hassan Mutlahib


Hassan Muthalib is a self-taught artist, designer, animator, writer, director - and sometimes, actor. He has made public service films, animated shorts, commercials, documentaries, animation titling for feature films, and directed Malaysia’s first animated feature film. He ha received a number of awards for his works and is recognized locally and internationally as an animation pioneer in Malaysia. Currently, he lectures part-time at some of the top design, animation and film colleges. His film and animation papers appear in many international publications. His book on Malaysian animation history will be published this year by Universiti Teknologi MARA Malaysia where he is a Senior Artist-in-Residence at the Faculty of Film, Theatre and Animation, researching early Malaysian cinema.


01. September 2014

Animated Spaces - Animation, architecture, and game art (Prof. Ulrich Wegenast)

Expanded Animation Symposium (Sept. 5, 2014) at Ars Electronica 2014 (Linz, Austria)

29. April 2014

ITFS 2014 - Trickstars for the best animated films have been awarded

On Sunday, April 27, 2014, the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film ended with the big award...

25. April 2014

The Animated Com Award Ceremony held at the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film

April 25, 2014 in the Mercedes-Benz Museum