All the nominations in the animated categories for the 2019 EEBAFTA awards.
An intimate stop-motion film on travel, exotic places, identity and its affect on relationships.
The stop-motion Chilean feature is the on top of MUBI users' list for 2018.
View the video from the Canadian animator's award ceremony during the 2017 Annie Awards.
One of the standout films of the last 5 years now online. Watch Nighthawk by Slovenian animation director Špela Čadež.
Watch the interview of Danish animator Børge Ring, talking about his Oscar-awarded short, Anna & Bella. RIP.
The Hungarian Film Archive released restored versions of Marcell Jankovics, Gyula Macskássy and Kati Macskássy's animated films. See the list.
Here's how a little girl gets her Xmas present by Dutch animator Nanda van Dijk.
The late, Oscar-winning animation director Will Vinton took home to show Mark Twain's relevance to his contemporaries. Here's why the claymation effort still matters.
The new Estonian/Latvian family film will be in In the run-up to the 42nd edition of Generation programme.
The 1984 short animated, Black women empowerment film joined the yearly slate of films deemed culturally significant for preservation.
The stop-motion NFB/ Bonobostudio film will be available on NFB.ca, YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook.
Olga Bobrowska interviews Mr. Zhang Chi 张驰 from ASIFA China.
An elevator boy has his own worries to face. Watch the essentially dark parable of working relations of Ooze by Kilian Vilim
A discussion between two boys on the shores of an abandoned lake will force one of them to face his inner demons.
Watch the new documentary on the Oscar-nominated Japanese artist Koji Yamamura by Archipel.
Environmental destruction and uncalled for obedience are the subject of wonderfully unfolding Ostrich Politics. Watch the film.
A solitary man sets out to conquer an isolated island. Watch the Irish animation short An Island by Rory Byrne.
Part of the series Untold Tales by Animated Projects and Anim18, The Foundling by Leo Crane tells the story of an adopted child in music and charcoal.
Immerse yourselves in Romanian art history, watch and read about the Oscar-qualifying short The Blissful Accidental Death by Sergiu Negulici.
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