BADEN, Europe — The 14th edition from the Fantoche Worldwide Festival for 3d animator Film welcomed about 24,000 attendees and it was visited by Swiss and worldwide animation film fans. The assorted program featured special occasions for example, “Humanité Animée,” “Hors Concours,” and also the “Bagno Popolare,” which attracted an extensive audience including industry professionals.
The worldwide jury selected the next films as competition those who win: Before Love, by Russian Igor Kovalyov gained “Best Film” within the Worldwide Competition. Within the Swiss Competition, Das Leben ist hart by Simon Schnellmann was honored as “Best Swiss” film. Lucie Sunkova won the “Best Kids” award for L’arbre within the category for any “young audience.”
Six cinemas located audiences for as many as 14 feature film premieres using the films, Ma vie de Courget and Kubo and also the Two Strings rapidly selling out. Yet another 321 short films were proven from 23 nations. A number of workshops and displays were attended in addition to four nights of parties at Fantoche’s partner Club Royal which changed Baden right into a vibrant festival city.
The festival’s Industry Day has allowed Fantoche to place the creative sector in touch with its commercial gamers. Swisscom, FREITAG and Tales AG made looks. Simon Otto, Mind of 3d animator at DreamWorks, designed a presentation to some offered out audience. Georges Schwizgebel, an earlier award champion and producer from the 2016 festival trailer, filmmaker Konstantin Bronzit and director Jeanette Bonds participated as jury people.
2010 program “Animation goes multimedia” was created by Ana Ascencio, jury member at Fantoche 2015 and Manu Weiss, Swiss animation filmmaker. Together they chose some of the most enjoyable projects and works in the mobile phone industry’s of Virtual Reality and 360° technologies. The Festival presented outstanding content produced by artists and filmmakers created using these technologies.
The “Hors Concours” program was presented the very first time with an array of short films that symbolized especially engaging tales, made questionable political claims, or shown technical improvements. This program was meant to supplement another competitions. The “Humanité Animée” program introduced together the most important questions regarding humanity and showcased perspectives in the twenty-first century in five video clip programs, two movies as well as an associated exhibition.