Sometimes extraordinary weather conditions are not an impediment after all. Watch Wind by Robert Loebel.
A deeply felt film about one's own family and settling accounts with the past. Watch David Jansen's Daewit.
Iranian animator Salman Arbaboon prepares his philosophical, hand-drawn short Prey, and starts a crowdsourcing campaign.
It comes from Iran. The new animation feature in production The Last Fiction by Hoorakhsh Studios promises the retelling of an epic battle.
Via the music video of If you go away by Ashkan Rahgozar.
The South Korean animated film King of Pigs is a fascinating study of violence destroying humanity.
Approved for Adoption was the documentary animation that put him into the indie animation spotlight. Jung now talks to Zippy Frames from Zagreb, Animafest.
Yeon Sang-ho's third feature is no less fierce and violent as his The King of Pigs and The Fake efforts, and wholeheartedly artistic at the same time.
The 2014 Annecy winner Dahee Jeong (Man on the Chair) has a new short produced. We met her at this year's French festival to talk about The Empty.
A feature film about kids and dogs, without ordinary kids and dogs.
Time to submit to SICAF festival for all animated works.
Can't stay awake during class? Watch the animation short Afternoon Class by Seoro Oh.
The Bucheon International Animation Festival has revealed its 2017 selection, with world premieres in its line-up.
Daniela Wayllace presents a highly symbolic and mesmerizing picture of women in Bolivia. Watch Memento Mori.
Oh, Willy has now an opponent! Watch Emma De Swaef's & Marc James Roels' festival trailer, Fight.
See the selection results of the Anima festival 2014, Brussels.
A WWI animation feature comes from Belgium. Learn more about Cafard, and read the interview by film director Jan Bultheel.
One of the most penetrating shorts of the last three years. Watch Oh, Willy...
Jan Bultheel's feature film Cafard presents a sweeping, adamantly old-fashioned story of a distraught Belgian world champion boxer during WWI.
Philippe Moins, Founder of Anima Festival, writer and Artistic Consultant writes about Belgium.
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