Ali Soozandeh's rotoscoped Iranian drama about the lives of 4 people in modern-day Tehran hits all the right notes in character development within a glib portrait of internalized, strict moral codes.
A deeply felt film about one's own family and settling accounts with the past. Watch David Jansen's Daewit.
Sometimes extraordinary weather conditions are not an impediment after all. Watch Wind by Robert Loebel.
Max Andersson & Helena Ahonen direct a road movie on the Balkans, and mix stylistically animation with live-action. Read the film review of Tito on Ice.
The unknown X becomes a whole symphony of shapes. Watch the experimental X by Max Hattler.
Berlin artist Marcus Grysczok directs a clay-animated music video for the rock group Simeon Soul Charger. Watch Cain.
Annette Jung adapts Edgar Allan Poe's story The Tell-Tale Heart, and invites us into a world of psychological horror.
An exhibition devoted to the German Drawn Animation Film 1930-1950 takes place in Dresden, Germany, from 21 April – 29 September 2013.
Cornelius Joksch presents a short story about disappearance and oblivion: Where are you?
Not your ordinary nature documentary, by Tomer Eshed.