All the winners of the 37th Anima Brussels festival.
Highlights of the 22nd edition of Animac Lleida festival (22-25 Feb 2018), which is devoted to music and animation.
Observing yourself singing. Thomas Renoldner signs his experimental animation film, Sunny Afternoon.
The Dutch festival has a new artistic head.
The 2D animation feature competes at the Generation section of this year's Berlin Film Festival. Director Linda Hambäck talked to ZIppy Frames.
The inaugural OFFline Animation Residency is open for applications.
A highly potent story of outcasts ordered to be happy. Watch the brilliant short How Are You Today? by Sophie Markatatos.
A true story about two music legends directed by Heather Colbert for the new single by Mark E. Nevin.
Asifa Israel's chairman, Tsvika Oren,Tsvika Oren, talks to Anima Mundi director Cesar Coelho.
Enjoy a not-so-quiet day in the farm with Tipsy Chicken by Jorge Ribeiro (Fleabag Studio).
A big tribute to Brazilian animation during the 2018 edition of the Annecy festival, and a separate focus on music and animation is scheduled.
Denmark's freshly-launched film festival for adults is welcoming its third edition with a satisfying variety of global animation.
Junaid Chundrigar and KLOMP! Animation present an action comedy that.has it all -in 2 minutes. Watch Short But Sweet (Kort maar krachtig).
Michel Ocelot's next feature film, Dilili à Paris will move to Paris and a signature period for the French capital, and will be the opening film at the 2018 Annecy Festival.
Fabio Friedli signs a socially conscious and well-crafted short animation on a very relevant social issue.
A seasonal 3D computer animation film from Hungary which works for all seasons.
The Brussels festival will premiere of Fabrice du Welz's documentary on the Belgian eclectic comedy duo of Vincent Patar and Stéphane Aubier.
Blue Zoo Animation Studio wishes everyone a Happy Christmas with their new festive short.
Dušan Kastelic’s and Sergiu Negulici’s shorts won the audience’s and the juries’ attention this year in the Slovenian capital.
Spanish animation director and artist Alberto Vázquez talks about his feature film Birdboy:The Forgotten Children (Psiconautas), and his artistic style and mandate at Zippy Frames.
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