Here’s our first exciting trailer for LAAF 2022 – Dec. 10-11 at the JAXX THEATRE, 1089 N. OXFORD AVE., LOS ANGELES, CA 90029. Tickets are available for all events https://LAAF2022.eventbrite.com. Students and members of ASIFA are offered a 20% discount. Discount codes can be obtained from ASIFA’s newsletter and … Continue readingLAAF 2022 Trailer One
THE LOS ANGELES ANIMATION FESTIVAL returns for a full weekend of screenings, entertainment and awards – Dec. 10-11 at the JAXX THEATRE, 1089 N. OXFORD AVE., LOS ANGELES, CA 90029. There will be nine programs consisting of the Official Selection, including all films in competition. Many are the work of … Continue readingLAAF 2022 is Back!
A few of our winning entries, now online to watch (keep checking back for more):
LAAF MULTI-YEAR AWARDS NIGHT INCLUDED BEST OF THE FEST WINNER CLAUDE CLOUTIER’S BAD SEEDS On Saturday December 4th the Los Angeles Animation Festival delivered a live and in-person Awards Ceremony for its 2021 competition with an additional program that invited the winners of last year’s … Continue readingFinally We Had Our Awards Show!
Now accepting submissions for LAAF 2021 (December 4). Simply enter your film or script at: https://filmfreeway.com/LAAF We look forward to judging your work and seeing all the winners at our Awards show.
The 2020 LOS ANGELES ANIMATION FESTIVAL (Dec 5 – 6th) announces this year’s storied jury panel of filmmakers and industry professionals. Judging this year’s animation shorts, features and scripts are episodic director/showrunner Otis Brayboy, animator David B Fain, co-director of CalArts Experimental Animation program Maureen … Continue readingLAAF 2020 Announces Official Festival Jury
Here’s the Official Trailer for BEST OF LAAF: VOL. ONE. Now available on AMAZON worldwide: https://www.amazon.com/Best-Angeles-Animation-Festival-Vol/dp/B085W43R36 Also Available through VIMEO: The Best of L.A.A.F Volume 1
LAAF is proud to announce it has launched a new distribution label specializing in international animation, to be released on Blu-ray, DVD, select theaters, On-Demand and streaming channels. The films are distributed under the LAAF brand through the newly formed company FilmFest Distribution (www.filmfestdistribution.com). FilmFest … Continue readingLAAF LAUNCHES FILM DISTRIBUTION LABEL
LAAF had a great Warner Animation panel as part of its Saturday night festivities. The recent theatrical short Curse of the Monkeybird – A Looney Tunes Cartoon was presented and discussed in a panel moderated by festival honoree and animation historian Jerry Beck. Director and Executive … Continue readingLOONEY TUNES AT LAAF
The LOS ANGELES ANIMATION FESTIVAL (LAAF) wrapped up Sunday night at The Mayflower Club in North Hollywood with an awards ceremony featuring 75 winners in a slew of categories, both student and professional. The Best of the Fest Award went to GOLDIE, a short … Continue readingHIGHLIGHTS