Tom Law, a fourth year student at CalArts, describes graphically a failure to communicate.
Animafest Zagreb 2013 celebrates 100 years of Norwegian animation and presents its jury members
A new feature in production details the story of troubled times in Cambodia, and finds French distribution. Director Denis Do talks to Zippyframes.com about Funan.
The new track by Hiatus and its stop-motion video made by animator Tom Jobbins
The premiere convention for animation, Aka-con, takes place in Dublin.
The Oscar-awarded British animator Daniel Greaves prepares the stop-motion drama Mr. Plastimime.
Highly symbolic and dramatic: watch Playing with Fire by Alexandra Levasseur
The filmmaker Gemma Atkinson narrates her adventure when filming British Police officers. Watch Act of Terror.
The Suicide Shop (Le magasin des sucides) by Patrice Leconte is an anomaly: a film that is so warm that belies its subject-matter, but also contrived and stereotyped.
Ari Folman's The Congress, his first animated work after the critically acclaimed Waltz with Bashir, opens the Directors' Fortnight (Quinzaine des Realisateurs) at Cannes Film Festival. Watch the first trailer of the film, and an animated excerpt.
A stop-motion film by Joseph Wallace, which reminds of the fears we all face.
The International Film Festival of Annecy, France is giving a Special Cristal Award to Jerzy Kucia, a master of Polish animation.
An exhibition devoted to the German Drawn Animation Film 1930-1950 takes place in Dresden, Germany, from 21 April – 29 September 2013.
A Finnish film about an unusual habit. Watch The Tongueling.
The New York International Children's Film Festival announces its winners. See the awards for animated films.
Imagine how a completely serious and grave situation can go derailed by an improvising jazz band. Watch Jazz that nobody asked for.
An experimental playing with Pablo Neruda. Watch The Me Bird by 18bis studio, Brasil.
The Dutch feature film in development Hieronymus, based on the life and art of the celebrated painter Hieronymus Bosch is now in pre-production stage.
The short animated film Fresh Guacamole by the LA director, PES, is the shortest film ever to be nominated for an Academy Award.
Approved for Adoption (Couleur de peau: miel / Skin color: honey) by Jung and Laurent Boileau is a welcome study of a neglected area in child development, but minimizes all the harsh edges of the adoption predicament it describes.
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