One of the biggest animation industry festivals in the world, Annecy, revealed its winners for this year's awards, announcing that Masaaki Yuasa and Science Saru's 2020 TV anime series Japan Sinks 2020 won the Jury award for a TV series. More details after the jump!
This year marked the 60th anniversary of the Annecy Festival and many animation houses created some special short clips for the celebration. Toei Animation was one of those studios, congratulating the festival on 60 years with two short animations featuring One Piece and Dragon Ball Super, which can be watched after the jump!
It was announced today that the 2020 disaster anime series Japan Sinks 2020 and director Masaaki Yuasa have been nominated for the Annecy International Animation Film Festival award in the TV Division for the first episode of the Netflix-released anime. Read more after the jump!
To celebrate the the 60th anniversary of the awards, Annecy asked the Internet to vote on which Cristal winner is the best film in Annecy history. Find out which films came out on top after the jump.
With the prestigious Annecy International Film Festival being limited to an online-only showcase this year due to COVID-19, it was thought that many forthcoming projects would not get the exposure that many animation projects typically rely on through the hundreds of screenings that make up the animation festival. However, this year the organizers behgind Annecy have made it a point to screen every film online to every virtual attendee, and Masaaki Yuasa's INU-OH is no exception. Read on for the details.