Have you made an animated Norwegian short film/advert, jingle… in 2019-2020?
Send it to us, so that it can have the chance of being seen by as many people as possible!
Submission deadline: March 8th!
Please use our form to submit your work.
After March the 8th, Frame by Frame’s short film committee will watch all submitted films, and put together a program of their favorite ones, to be screened on FxF day, April 18th at Filmenshus!
Please do not re-submit films if you have already sent them last year.
For any questions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
January 22nd: Animation Industry Evening!
18:00 Rare, banned and un-cut short film program screening: Sex, Jazz and War!
Introduced by the animation historian archivist Dennis Nyback.
At Filmens Hus, screening brought to you in collaboration with Cinemateket. (free entrance)
20:00 Screening will be followed by an Animation Industry New Year’s Beer event at the kafe!
Tickets sales have started!
Price: 290,- NOK standard tickets, 250,- NOK student tickets
The Frame by Frame entrance tickets will give you access to everything during the day, and also discounted prices at the bar for food and drinks.
The FxF Team will have the tickets for Mirai, the evening feature film. There is a limited amount of tickets available for this screening and you will have to ask for your ticket when you enter the cinema.
11:00 – 11:50 Portfolio Review (at the foyer)
with Kajsa Næss (director at Mikrofilm ), Are Austnes (production designer at Qvisten Animation) and Shabnam Abbarin (pipeline TD at Sony Pictures Animation).
12:00 – 14:10:
– Norwegian Animation Industry Presentation: Stargate Media, Mikrofilm, Tordenfilm, Kool Produktion, Ulvenfilm, NFI’s short film commissioner Lars Daniel Krutzkoff Jacobsen, Viken’s commissioner Cecilie Stranger-Thorsen, Grafill’s daglig leder Lene Renneflott, introduction to the Emile Awards and FAF.
14:10 – 14:40: BREAK
14:40 – 16:00
– Meet and Greet: Shabnam Abbarin, pipeline TD at Sony Pictures Animation in Canada.
– Meet and Greet: Qvisten Animation, who will tell us about the making of Captain Sabertooth and the Magic Diamond.
16:00 – 16:30: BREAK
– Meet and Greet the directors
– Animated Norwegian Short Films screening
18:00 – 18:30: BREAK
– Meet and Greet: Nadya Mira, Production Designer of Revolting Rhymes
– Meet and Greet: Anders Hesbøl who will give us a “making of” presentation of his stop motion music videos, done for Stein Torleif Bjella‘s album.
19:45 – 20:00: BREAK
21:40 – 02:00: Social gathering at Filmkafeen (with lottery at 22:15)
Here are some of the contributions, more to come!
This year’s poster is made by Sandra Pilny-Lockertsen.
Thank you all for sending us your films. This year we had a record submission amount!
FxF’s short film comity members spent a long time and discussed a lot to then come up with the following program, composed of their own personal favorites:
Did you know, our French guest Alexandre Heboyan animated on Kung Fu Panda and Monsters vs. Aliens, and also on Michel Ocelot’s Azur & Asmar: The Princes’ Quest?
His directorial debut, Mune: Guardian of the moon is getting many awards world wide.
Check out the trailer and some lovely still images here.
Rune Spaans is a veteran in the CG animation world in Norway.
With over 20 years of experience in design, animation and visual effects, he has contributed animation and VFX to films such as Monster Thursday and Trollhunter, and directed several award winning commercials. He has co-directed animated feature film such Pelle Politibil 2 and Knutsen & Ludvigsen og den fæle Rasputin.
The Absence of Eddy Table is his first short film, a CG animated horror romance short film, based on the works of Dave Cooper, produced by Tordenfilm.
On FxF#14, Rune will be talking about the making of The Absence of Eddy Table.
The film will not be screened, but you will have many little peaks inside Eddy’s world!
And for a little teaser check out these lovely new stills from the film!
Check out Aya’s wonderful work on her updated blog.
Our animator friends’ comic book Krüger & Krogh is finally out!
You can purchase it here.
Our 2013 evening screening Ernest and Celestine is nominated for an Oscar!
Directors: Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar, Benjamin Renner
Les Armateurs/Maybe Movies/La Parti Production/Melusine Productions/GKIDS
Our 2012 guest is now about to start shooting Shaun the Sheep series 4, and they are also in development of a longer format Shaun project.
Loyd has also been working with the Model making team developing the new characters needed for both of these projects.
At Aardman, they are also developing their next feature films, one of which will be a Nick Park film.
Here is the web site of our guests from 2007
the French studio Je Suis Bien Content, who did Persepolis.
Our guests from last year, Folimage’s feature film Une Vie de Chat is nominated for an Oscar!
Congratulations to them!
Our Studio Soi guest from 2010 tell us that they just finished a Christmas special for the BBC called “the Gruffalo’s Child” that will air in Great Brittain on the 25th of December.
more info here
Our lovely guest from 2009 is now back in her hometown in Belgium, she has since supervised the animation of
a CGI serie called “Minuscule”, in collaboration with a structure called
“the Pole Image” which aims to promote live action and animation co-productions.
French site here.
Our guest from 2008 will participate in an auction with his paintings.
See more info here
Our guest from 2008 is still at Pixar, currently working on “Monsters University”.
After finishing The Baker with Qvisten Animation, Kine is now preparing for her upcoming short film “Magic Times”.
Our guest from 2007, Drifa Bensehir was animation supervisor here in Oslo after Frame by Frame, on Knerten Gifter Seg. She now lives in Tokyo and works as a 3D animator there.
Kyle Balda, our guest from 2007, has now co-directed The Lorax for Illuminated, from France
After FxF in 2007, Antoine worked in the Illusionist (Sylvain Chomet), went to Japan to work for a Tokyo based French classical animation studio, and then worked on storyboards for A Monster in Paris (Bibo Film)
You can follow his work here