Film review for I Lost My Body (J'ai perdu mon corps) by Jérémy Clapin.
Here's Egg animation short by Martina Scarpelli.
The making of and our film review for the French animation short Mémorable by Bruno Collet.
Two dumb characters try to save a wounded person -and the world with him. Watch and learn about Hors Piste animated short.
Zippy Frames caught up with the creators of the promising stop-motion series in development by Vivement Lunid!, Mousse & Bichon, during CARTOON Forum 2019.
French director Marion Lacourt premieres her Sheep, Wolf and A Cup Of Tea... at Locarno Film Festival. She talks to Zippy Frames.
Some stains are hard to come off. Watch The Stained Clubby Supinfocom Rubika students.
Frank Ternier presents Riot.
French animator Paul Raillard signs a 2D film on the inevitable comic results of perverted loneliness. Watch Symbiose.
A father, a son and a piece of luggage. Watch the bittersweet stop-motion film, Negative Space by Max Porter and Ru Kuwahata.
Edwina Liard is one of the creative duo of IKKI Films, responsible for bringing Negative Space to life. She talks to Zippy Frames.
The French animation studio Les Armateurs adapts the Algerian novel by Yasmina Khadra, The Swallows of Kabul, and premieres at Cannes Film Festival. Here's the trailer
Denis Do portrays a piece in Cambodian history through the eyes of a mother looking for her child.
A discussion between two boys on the shores of an abandoned lake will force one of them to face his inner demons.
Environmental destruction and uncalled for obedience are the subject of wonderfully unfolding Ostrich Politics. Watch the film.
The 1950 Brest bloodied strike gets a cinematic, animated treatment by Oliiver Cossu and Les Armateurs.
The 29th edition of Cartoon Forum presents projects from 21 countries in Toulouse. Check some of the highlights
The new feature film by Michel Ocelot (Kirikou and the Sorceress, Azur and Asmar) has the art and science aligned to save the world from gender-based catastrophe.
The Illusionist director is in mid-negotiations to adapt and animate renowned Korean novelist Hwang Sok-yong’s Familiar Things for the big screen.
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