A Roman soldier is asked to deliver a message through the forest, but has to pass through a bear guarding its own space. Watch Dum Spiro.
Vegetarian robbery. Bloody trip by Domestic Infelicity. Watch the short.
Medical, autobiographical and funny. Watch Foxy by Stephanie Thandi Johnstone.
The French film Day of the Crows is a most welcome, beautiful and well-constructed story of a savage environment with its long-hidden secrets.
Realistic, imaginative and contemporary: watch Villa Antropoff.
Moon Man is the adaptation of Tomi Ungerer's 1966 eponymous book, which has been translated into 12 languages since its publication in 1966.
The Ancestor is a video clip by Darlingside, and features animation by Crazy Lake Pictures. Watch the video clip.
BFI London Film Festival will screen the latest Mamoru Hosoda (Summer Wars) film, Wolf Children.Watch the English trailer below.
Things are not always what they seem. Watch the dramatically intense The Renter by Jason Carpenter.
The French directors Julie Rembauville and Nicolas Bianco-Levrin investigate what happens in a society that revolves around the letter R. Watch the film
From Up on Poppy Hill is deeply rooted in Japanese traditions -in fact, so deeply that it almost suffocates.
The US independent, experimental film Glitch In The Grid uses the stop-motion animation technique to guide through current age worries.
Interested in Jean Genet? Watch the experimental Holy Water by Tunc Gencer.
The Dutch animator Gerrit van Dijk claims that the music video for the Incubus hit Drive is based on his own animated film "I move, so I am" - and permission to use the film was neither asked nor given.
Children Who Chase Lost Voices by Makoto Shinkai is a rich journey into the world of dead, full of adventure - but leaves much to be sensed about life and the role of humans within.
Julieta Colás presents a story of a good-looking guy, a shower, and a Missed Call. Watch the short.
Colorful by Keiichi Hara makes the soul incarnation issue a tale of moral transformation, and is daring enough to visualize both sides of the moral coin.
The new film by the Japanese Masayuki Kojima and Madhouse presents a clearly defined story of responsibility (and soemtimes true love) between a boy and a dog.
The Canadian independent animator, Nick Cross co-directs with Dave Cooper PigGoatBananaMantis. Watch the film.
Felix Massie makes an elevator (plus ladder) story on the question of how to achieve happiness. Watch Keith Reynolds can't make it tonight.
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