YELLOW IN ANNECY

The Film Yellow was selected for Short Film Competition of Annecy International Animation Film Festival 2018,11.-16. June 2018, Annecy, France.

THE WEBSTERS WON NATIONAL SLOVAK FILM AWARD ‘SUN IN NET’

The series was awarded by the Slovak Film and Television Academy as the best Slovak animated film of the year 2017.

The Websters will travel to Stuttgart

The episode “Hero Daddy” will take part in competition at ITFS 2018 – Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film, 24.- 29. April, Stuttgart, Germany. The Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film (ITFS) is one of the most outstanding events for animated film worldwide. The Festival presents a full, up-to-date spectrum of animated filmmaking and its intersections with visual effects, architecture, art, design, music and games.

YELLOW AND THE WEBSTERS NOMINATED FOR THE NATIONAL SLOVAK FILM AWARD ‘SUN IN NET’

The Slnko v Sieti ('Sun in the Net') is the Slovak equivalent of the Oscar in the United States, the Caesar in France, the David in Italy and the Český lev in the Czech Republic. It takes its name from Štefan Uher's film Slnko v Sieti (1962), the first of the Czechoslovak new wave which gave Slovak cinematography a world dimension.

YELLOW AT MONSTRA 2018

The film Yellow will be screened in Short Film Competition on MONSTRA - Lisbon Animated Film Festival, 8.-18. March 2018, Lisabon, Portugal.

YELLOW SELECTED FOR ANIFILM 2018

We are thrilled to announce another success of short animated film Yellow which was selected for International competition of animated short films at International festival of animated films Anifilm 2018, 1.-6. May 2018, Třeboň, Czech republic.

JURY PRIZE FOR YELLOW AT PICCOLO FESTIVAL ANIMAZIONE 2017

To the end of the year 2017 was the film Yellow awarded by Jury at Piccolo Festival Animazione 2017, 11.-29. December 2017, Pordenone, Italy. Jury’s statement: „The movie narrates about an all-female solitude and the related fear to live the life under a full sun. Poetic, with a truly beautiful graphic mark for its semplicity and visual power. The animation itself flows easely and manages to be always surprising moving form one scene to the other, without any loss of interest.”