The award-winning film by Nassos Vakalis, Dinner for Few, is now available to watch on Vimeo (limited time only). Read our interview with the Emmy-awarded US/Greek animator.
When the writer's block becomes imprisoned. Watch the inventive Writer's Block by Tom Gran and Martin Wooley.
Family films are not the exclusive territory of US studios. Watch the teaser for the new Dutch film, Trippel Trappel.
Jules Verne adapted into a Greek animated feature. Review for Angelos Spartalis' collage animation film, From the Earth to the Moon.
Without being passionate enough, it is militant, beautiful and engrossing. The film by Luiz Bolognesi, Rio 2096: A Story of Love and Fury.
Daisuke Kaneko tells a story of economic crisis and disillusionment. Watch Ecirava.
A documentary about stop-motion Dutch animator Joop Geesink, who made a career in advertising.
The BAFTA-nominated stop-motion short I Am Tom Moody by Ainslie Henderson now online. Watch the film.
The director of the multi-awarded Skhizein, Jérémy Clapin, presents his new quirky short: watch Palmipedarium.
An unusual friendship between the Russian Misha and a strange animal won a Special Prize at the Generation KPlus section of the 2014 Berlin Film Festival.
Strong and no-holds barred animation short. Watch (over 18 years) Junkyard by Hisko Hulsing.
Black-and-white (but beautiful) dreams of leaving. Watch the love story of Frühzug (Morning Train) by Delia Hess.
AniDox:Lab is calling for applicants.
A marriage is not always tuned to Mendelsshon's Wedding March. Watch A Sacred Marriage by Francis Papillon & Gregory Verreault.
Questions on the value of civilization. Watch the suggestive (and even nostalgic) Washed Ashore by Jonas Ott.
A powerful animation documentary by Jonas Odell on a case of terrorism in the West Germany of the 70s. Watch Tussilago.
Dramatic and otherwordly: Substance by Utrecht School of the Arts students.
The horror of being a doll. Watch the inventive Jolie Bobine (kids, be warned).
Caleb Wood presents the mesmerizing experimental short Goodbye Rabbit, Hop Hop.
A new animated feature project: discover The Yark.
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