Being trans doesn't mean being typecast. Here's the review for the exquisitely dramatic Purpleboy animation short by Alexandre Siqueira.
Shadab Shayegan presents a case of escalating violence sturdily directed in Are You Kidding Me?
Olga Bobrowska reviews the 2D film The Procession by Pascal Blanchet and animator Rodolphe Saint-Gelais.
The new film by the Oscar-nominated director Theodore Ushev The Physics of Sorrow, will be part of the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.
An animated short in Venice: Zippy Frames talks to David Štumpf and Michaela Mihályi about the new short to premiere at the 76th Biennale, SH_T Happens.
Frank Ternier presents Riot.
Olga Bobrowska reviews the new film by Regina Pessoa, Uncle Thomas: Accounting For the Days.
French animator Paul Raillard signs a 2D film on the inevitable comic results of perverted loneliness. Watch Symbiose.
A man suffers from rhinitis in Seoro Oh's (OO). Here's his madcap story.
The inimitable UK animation filmmaker Phil Mulloy comments on current UK affairs.
When art transforms human emotions. Here's the gripping Baraa animation short by Natasza Cetner.
What do you get when you order albatross soup? Here's Winnie Cheung on an animation documentary and a riddle at the same time.
Here's an excellently executed story of finally growing up by Estonian filmmaker Chintis Lundgren.
A son and his mother. Director Laura N-Tamara talks to Zippy Frames about her animation short The Witch's Mask.
A voice out of dreams to get in contact with the reality. Here's Contact 2D/3D animation short by Alessandro Novelli.
A new Greek stop-motion film in the making. Here's info and trailer for Man Wanted by Irida Zhonga.
A day in a life pencil tale. Watch Transparency by Daniel Šuljić.
One of the student revelations of 2018 is now online. Watch and read our film review of Sog by Jonatan Schwenk.
Our Zippy Frames contributor Mr. Kropka reviews The Animation Workshop animation student short on uniqueness by August “Poul” Niclasen and his team.
Denis Do portrays a piece in Cambodian history through the eyes of a mother looking for her child.
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