Agenda

01/07/2018 – 30/06/2021
Raoul Servais wing in Mu.Zee, Ostend
In 2018 the Ostend-born renowned film director Raoul Servais will be 90. This is being celebrated with a lot of activities in Ostend, a few publications and the opening of a room at Mu.ZEE permanently devoted to his oeuvre. Servais has won many international film prizes, such as the Palme d’Or in Cannes (Operation X-70, 1971 & Harpya, 1979) and the Primo Premio in Venice (Chromophobia, 1966). 
Mu.ZEE (Ostend, Belgium)


08/09/2018 – 02/04/2019
Animadok: Arbeiten von Katrin Rothe
Exhibition about the work of artist Katrin Rothe who touches upon historical and contemporary issues in her animated documentaries, such as her recent film 1917 – Der wahre Oktober (2017).
German Institute for Animated Film, Technischen Sammlungen (Dresden, DE)


01/02 – 31/12/2018
Cinéma d’Animation: Secrets de Fabrication
The exhibition presents a selection of works from the animated film collections conserved by the Annecy museums and focuses on the techniques of making an animated film.
Musée du Film d\’Animation (Annecy, FR)


01/06 – 15/10/2018
Shadokorama: Jacques Rouxel et les Shadoks
Shadoks was a famous French television series which premiered in 1968. On the occasion of this fiftieth anniversary, the exhibition proposes to discover or rediscover this unique television phenomenon that has marked at least two generations. 
Musée du Film d\’Animation (Annecy, FR)


20/04/2018 – 15/08/2018
Latent Movement: Piotr Kamler – Substance and Time
Exhibition about the work of Polish artist Piotr Kamler who made award-winning narrative and abstract cinematic work. His sculptures or ‘spatial structures’ are being shown for the first time outside Poland.
German Institute for Animated Film, Technischen Sammlungen (Dresden, DE)


8/3 – 2/9/2018
Make Believe: The World of Glen Keane
This exhibition showcases hand-drawn animation and maquettes of Keane’s most iconic Disney characters, from earlier films, including The Fox and the Hound (1981), to more recent works, such as Tangled (2010).
The Walt Disney Family Museum (San Francisco, USA)


27/01 – 08/04/2018
British Animation
The artwork and industry talents behind British animation classics are showcased in this exhibition from the BFI National Archive Special Collections. Dating back to cut-out animated puppets from WWI.
Bristish Film Institute Southbank, Mezzanine Gallery (London, UK)


14/10/2017 – 20/05/2018
Animating Life: The Art, Science, and Wonder of LAIKA
Exhibition, behind-the-curtain into the visionary artistry and technology of the globally renowned animation studio at the Portland Art Museum and the Northwest Film Center (USA).