Spanish animation artist Juan Ibañez works and invents on El Greco, Hieronymus Bosch works.
A new Hungarian animated feature from the awarded animator Milorad Krstic premieres at the 2018 Locarno Festival.
Imagination should take a poetic leap forwards. Watch 9 Ways To Draw A Person by Sasha Svirsky.
UK animation director Peter Millard investigates the guilty consequences of talking dogs. Here's the hilariously nonsensical film.
When people's lives intersect. Watch the animation documentary Random Walks by Hungarian animation artist Borbála Tompa.
Uri and Michelle Kranot, Milos Tomić, Ivana Sebestova, Sanni Lahtinen win at the 11th Slovakian fest. Full winners and festival report.
Unemployment brings musical enjoyment. Watch Perk by Slovenian animation director Dušan Kastelic.
East meets West in music video LOVEbox by Jeremy Warner.
Nature and nurture: Here's Alegria (Euphoria) music video by Hungarian animation artist Kati Egely.
Mr. Kropka, director of ReAnima festival, interviews Norwegian director Mats Grorud.
The 29th edition of Cartoon Forum presents projects from 21 countries in Toulouse. Check some of the highlights
Estonian animator and scholar Ülo Pikkov successfully defended his PhD thesis on Eastern European Animation.
Olga Bobrowska reports on the latest 2018 edition of Animafest Zagreb and the feature films line-up.
A new network of Nordic countries animation is born, to help with info and structure of co-production opportunities.
The latest feature film by Summer Wars director Mamoru Hosoda is a gentle family comedy of manners, which really takes off at the film's final reels.
The French film Stockholm and Swiss/Israeli film Travelogue were also standouts of the second student competition programme of Annecy Festival 2018.
Jean-Luc Slock, Élise Labbé will join Schwizgebel in the Cyprus festival jury.
US independent animation director Nina Paley makes the story of Exodus an overwhelming musical extravaganza, which still finds time to register its gender-based raison d' être.
The new feature film by Michel Ocelot (Kirikou and the Sorceress, Azur and Asmar) has the art and science aligned to save the world from gender-based catastrophe.
Personal journeys of lost cause mingle with vestiges of colonial power in the stand-out stop-motion animation feature by Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels.
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