The latest offering from Studio Ghibli is sweet and good-natured, but it doesn't match its previous achievements.
A sober detective thriller that quietly subverts the notion of a superhero from the duo of A Cat in Paris.
The programme director of Animateka festival in Ljubljana, Igor Prassel, talks to Zippy Frames about the 12 years of the impressively European festival.
An exceptional European talents asks for support for her latest animation short. Meet Elli Vuorinen.
One of the most penetrating shorts of the last three years. Watch Oh, Willy...
5 students from Paris-based school Ecole Georges Méliès create a seductive animation thriller.
For all animators want to work on animation documentary, this is a no-miss opportunity from Animation Workshop, Denmark.
Charlie Kaufmann's stop-motion feature has a trailer.
She's talented, European and fights hard for her puppet world. The Slovenian stop-motion director Špela Čadež talks to Zippy Frames.
Academic conference on Subversion and Deformation in Animated Film in Poland. Open call for papers under way.
It was a French animation studio, now it becomes a cultural centre and residency. Ciclic Animation opens its doors in September 2015.
The first animated feature from Martinique is an engrossing sci-fi adventure.
A neo-noir animation feature from Colombia mixes live-action atrocities with animated personal settings.
A retrospective of the acclaimed Polish director, political themes and Špela Čadež join the programme of the 2015 Country Animafest in Cyprus.
The first woman to build and design a plane now an animated short. Watch the Student Academy-awarded Miss Todd by Kristina Yee.
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.
The premiere animation feature by powerhouse French production company Sacrebleu claims to show that 2D animation and classic movie adventure is not dead - and it does a commendable job.
It is multi-talented, much-loved and needs a lot of sympathy. Still, the feature animation of Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet is an uneven feature - and not because of its episodic structure.
It will have a hard time getting shown outside of its native country, but this adult and poignant adaptation of Andersen's The Little Mermaid must not get unnoticed.
Approved for Adoption was the documentary animation that put him into the indie animation spotlight. Jung now talks to Zippy Frames from Zagreb, Animafest.
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