The Ex Anima Foundation was created to promote animated films through various educational and artistic events, the most important being the Warsaw Animation Film Festival. The goal of the festival is to introduce animation as a mature, highly artistic and socially engaged medium of communication. The festival’s creators, film director Tessa Moult-Milewska and film programmer Ewelina Leszczyńska have partnered with production company Platige Image to engage international creators and audi- ences in Poland’s capital first and only animation festival.
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Platige Image artists have been creating highly impressive animations since the very beginning of the company’s op-erations. The first masterpiece of this kind – “Cathedral” by Tomek Bagiński – won an Oscar nomination, which helped to make the studio famous worldwide. Further animations, such as “Undo”, “Fallen Art”, “Paths of Hate”, “The Kinematograph” and “Miazmat” all proceeded to establish the studio’s strong position in the world of artistic animation. “Another Day of Life”, which won a Goya award and a European Film Award for Best Animated Feature Film, and “Fish Night’’ for Netflix’s ani-mation anthology series “Love, Death + Robots’’ are the most recent titles in studio’s rich animation portfolio.
The studio, which has been famous for over 2 decades for creating stunning visuals and animations, has now started to promote the art of animation as well. That’s why it recent-ly came up with the series entitled Platige Originals: LONG STORY SHORTS, which presented some of the studio’s big-gest achievements in short animations. Platige Image is one of the main organisers of the Warsaw Animation Film Festival, which also features the special Platige Award given by artists from the studio to recognise outstanding animation.