Future Vision Festival is delighted to present a dazzling feast for the eyes with cutting edge animation from Japan, The Netherlands and over fifty other countries. The festival runs December 1st 2022 to 8th January 2023, hosted in live venues in Tokyo and Amsterdam, online and on SALTO 1 TV. The film selection comes to you direct from the zeitgeist of animation now, with work from young animators who are bending and blending genres, styles and techniques old and new. These voices are unusual to hear and impossible to ignore. Also featured are new short films from notable Dutch animator Paul Driessen (Yellow Submarine) and Burbank legend and character designer Charles Zembillas (Spyro The Dragon, Crash Bandicoot, Jak & Daxter, She-Ra and He-Man). Browse @ Future Vision Festival for the schedule, jam packed with films of every shape, size and hue.
Future Vision Festival 2022:
A Celebration of Unusual Animation & Film in Tokyo, Amsterdam, Online & SALTO 1 TV NL (UPC Digital Channel 32)
New programmes every week on SALTO 1 TV NL (UPC Digital channel 32) and here on futurevisionfestival.com On Demand starting December 6th 2022.
Future Vision Festival is a celebration of unusual animation, a feast for the eyes jam packed with films of every shape size and hue. This year, Future Vision Festival presents a programme of brand new shorts from the HKU University of the Arts, Utrecht. HKU has fostered some of the greatest animation talent to come out of the Netherlands. Films courtesy of Egbert de Ruiter.
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We would like to extend our huge thanks to
The Embassy of The Kingdom of The Netherlands for their generosity in supporting Future Vision Festival.
Thank you also, Egbert de Ruiter for support and advice, and students of
HKU (Utrecht University of the Arts) in The Netherlands for allowing us to screen
a wonderful program of animated short films by up and coming future visionaries from the Dutch animation world.
Deep thanks go to Professor Tatsutoshi Nomura of Tama Art University Tokyo (Mr Gon), for his support, guidance, words of wisdom, talent and for his valued contribution to the world of animation.
Love and thanks to Joris van de Sande, Anna de Boer and the wonderful people at SALTO television for being home to Future Vision Amsterdam. See you all in the FUTURE...future...future...