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With more than 200 films across its of­fi­cial se­lec­tion cat­e­gories — not to men­tion out-of-com­pe­ti­tion screen­ings — at­ten­dees will get a small taste of how hard it was to nar­row down the 2,000-plus sub­mis­sions. Spe­cial pro­gram­ming this year will high­light the work of women an­i­ma­tors, as well as stu­dent films from Go­belins pay­ing trib­ute to some of the genre’s most im­por­tant fe­male fig­ures. This edi­tion also sees the re­turn of a “guest coun­try,” and the fes­ti­val will pay trib­ute to work from Spain with eight pro­grams, a DVD book and more. Of course, you have to ex­pe­ri­ence the sum­mer am­bi­ence of a view­ing at one of the four out­door screens! [

Don’t get lost in the noise, plot your course to these ex­hibitors with an­i­ma­tion ties:

BANDAI NAMCO Cap­com USA Dis­ney In­ter­ac­tive Kon­ami Dig­i­tal Ent. Ma­chin­ima, Inc. Mat­tel Nintendo of Amer­ica

MR 516

MR 301A-303B 2423 2023

2401 OFMR 4000

4822, 5244, 5644 MR 309, 2823


NVIDIA SEGA Games USA Sony Com­puter Ent. Amer­ica

MR 504, 506, 507; 4044, 4144, 4522 In­ter­na­tional pub­lisher and devel­oper Bethesda is hold­ing a ded­i­cated show­case for the first time. The ac­claimed stu­dio — part of the ZeniMax Media fam­ily — is based in Rockville, Md. Some of its best known ti­tles in­clude block­buster fran­chises such as Quake, The El­der Scrolls, Fall­out, Wolfen­stein and Rage. The high­light of Bethesda’s press event will be the world pre­miere game­play re­veal of its up­com­ing re­boot of clas­sic first-per­son shooter Doom.

Cel­e­brat­ing its 10th an­niver­sary, Cy­ber Group Stu­dios has more than a dozen toons in pro­duc­tion or de­vel­op­ment — and has landed shows in the U.S. By Tom McLean.

Gil­bert and Al­lie

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