A Portuguese and a Zimbambwean artist tell a harsh but relevant political story.
Asia wins bigs at the 2012 Anima Festival, Brussels.
3 feature films in the competitive section of Be there! Corfu Animation Festival, among them an Oscar-nominated film.
A student film by Giovanni Munari and Dalila Rovazzani elaborates beautifully on the dreary (and sometimes dreadful) subject of arithmetic.
After the artistic success of The Rabbi's Cat, the team of Autochenille Productions, prepares an animated version of the acclaimed graphic novel, Aya de Yopougoun, directed by Marguerite Abouet and Clément Oubrerie. Watch the trailer.
A Brazilian student film that shows that love can be blind, but never forgiving. Watch the short below.
A highly personal, César-nominated short film.
The 2nd Be there! Corfu Animation Festival (Greece) announces selection results for its competitive section, with interesting names figuring in the lineup.
The Finnish visual artist Riita Nelimarkka & Claude Louis Michel offer an adaptation of an old folk tale in feature length format. Read the review.
A stop-motion short film by the South Korean Kangmin Kin features at the Sundance Film Festival.
Pedro Rivera & Alberto Vásquez present an unusual tale of a boy who could survive human suffering. Watch the film.
A stop-motion film that revisits Greece's urbanism and almost prophetic isolation, The Village by Stelios Polychronakis is an elegy of the human spirit. Watch the film in HD.
Paul Cabon and Canal J à l'Ecole de la Poudrière offer a short tale of talking and disappearing heads. Watch below:
A short Spanish film by Javier Ara, Dreaming with a normal life, reveals the pain of being different. Watch the short:
The international animation festival Animasyros welcomes its guests in an all-animation day in Athens, 17/12.
The Argentinean feast of Expotoons 2011 ended with the award announcement. See the full list of winners.
Ignacio Ferreras' Wrinkles is a disarmingly humane, 2D elegy of old people in need.
Tomáš Luňák presents a shameful episode in recent Czech history in rotoscope with his Alois Nebel, and gives a depressingly moody yet almost too hard to infer reality
Michel Ocelot prepares an enchanting panel of animated silhouettes in his Tales of the Night.
An almost gravity-free hand-drawn film proves to be a suspenseful police thriller.
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