Belgium

Here's the trailer for the new animation short film by Belgian director Britt Raes, premiering at Berlinale Generation KPlus.

Our top Belgian animation short picks from the 40th Anima Festival (12-21 Feb 2021).

Belgian animation director Mélanie Robert-Tourneur presents the trailer for her new animation short Hold Me TIght at Zippy Frames.

 Having a pet is not the easiest thing in the world. But Britt Raes makes it easy-going and humane as well.

An intimate stop-motion film on travel, exotic places, identity and its affect on relationships.

Olga Bobrowska reports on the latest 2018 edition of Animafest Zagreb and the feature films line-up.

Personal journeys of lost cause mingle with vestiges of colonial power in the stand-out stop-motion animation feature by Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels.

Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels, Patrick Bouchard and Gabriel Heral participate with their new films at the Directors' Fortnight Section of the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.

All the winners of the 37th Anima Brussels festival.

The Brussels festival will premiere of Fabrice du Welz's documentary on the Belgian eclectic comedy duo of Vincent Patar and Stéphane Aubier. 

Philippe Moins, Founder of Anima Festival, writer and Artistic Consultant writes about Belgium.

Jan Bultheel's feature film Cafard presents a sweeping, adamantly old-fashioned story of a distraught Belgian world champion boxer during WWI.

One of the most penetrating shorts of the last three years. Watch Oh, Willy...

Full of magic & beauty, but without unnecessary gimmickry,  the Oscar-nominated Song of the Sea has enough drama and emotion to turn a stone into a Celtic wizard.

A WWI animation feature comes from Belgium. Learn more about Cafard, and read the interview by film director Jan Bultheel.

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