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A Cinema Paradiso moment: watch the nostalgic and slick animated short Eden.
The South Korean animated film King of Pigs is a fascinating study of violence destroying humanity.
A South African zebra comedy adventure. Watch the trailer for Khumba.
Trouble with your fridge? Watch the charming Runaway.
Too round to dismiss. Watch Vitality by Turkish artist Deniz Öcal.
Eric Leiser and Rachel Mason's band premiere the stop-motion video for Little Band of Sailors.
The world of high heels and how not to leave your child unattended. Watch the charmingly deviant The Red Heels.
Daniela Wayllace presents a highly symbolic and mesmerizing picture of women in Bolivia. Watch Memento Mori.
It will change your perception of bugs. Watch the chivalry-inspired short King Kababa and the Knight.
Imagine how a TV documentary about the sexual life of monkeys may have an impact on two peculiar boxes. Watch The Box XXX by Dadomani Studio.
Sometimes things in life cannot easily be controlled -and it's better that way. Watch The Package by Daria Simkin & Vitaly Magdalits.
Experimental animation: watch the music video The Slip by Karolina Glusiec.
The talented New Yorker animator Dustin Grella animates a message left in the voicemail. Watch Ode to Bikesharing.
You'll never want to lose your metro ticket again. Watch Metro by Jacob Wyatt.
The Indian feature film on the Mahabharata hero Arjun is a welcome, if incomplete portrayal of a nation and its own, distinctive codes.
A bird with a Fear of Flying tries to avoid heading South for the winter. Watch the sweet short by Irish animator Conor Finnegan.
The first sexual experience described in this affective animated doc by Jonas Odell.
Brazilian animator Henrique Barone contemplates a life above the ocean bed in The Man Who Saw A Boat. Watch the film.
The CONFIA International Conference on Illustration and Animation publishes call for papers for its November conference in Portugal.
Benoît Delaunay, Albane Hertault Lacoste, Maïwenn le Borgne, and Alexia Provoost present a dramatic tale of three cats.
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