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The programme director of Animateka festival in Ljubljana, Igor Prassel, talks to Zippy Frames about the 12 years of the impressively European festival.
She's talented, European and fights hard for her puppet world. The Slovenian stop-motion director Špela Čadež talks to Zippy Frames.
A new, ambitious award and association for European animation is under way. French producer Olivier Catherin talks to Zippy Frames about the European Animation Awards.
He is both daring and innovative, but also easily at home when experimenting with what he knows best: visual forms that move.
Bulgarian-Canadian artist Theodore Ushev talked to Zippy Frames during the 2015 Annecy festival.
Approved for Adoption was the documentary animation that put him into the indie animation spotlight. Jung now talks to Zippy Frames from Zagreb, Animafest.
photo: Jung at Animafest 2015 (c) Animafest
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