Professor and filmmaker Nah Howon reviews the animation short Pigeon by Kim Sang Joon.
Michelle Brand presents a time-warping animated experiment in her 2D animation short Any Instant Whatever. Watch her film.
Darcy Paquet reviews the animation short Salvia at Nine by Jang Nari.
Here's the British animation short The Owl and the Pussycat by Mole Hill, which won the BAFTA Award for Best British Animation Short
Latvian animation filmmaker Lizete Upīte presents her animation mocumentary short Riga's Lilac.
Professor and filmmaker Howon Nah reviews the 2D Korean animation shorts Ghosts by Park Jee Youn.
The fear of being overwhelmed by the outside world can almost literally literally make you lose your head. Watch Ahead by Ala Nunu and read our interview with the animation director.
Sujin Maeng, programmer at Jecheon International Music & Film Festival, reviews the Korean animation short Misery Loves Company by Sasha Lee.
The creators of Shooom's Odyssey TV animation special, Julien Bisaro and Claire Paoletti talk to Zippy Frames about their 2021 César nominee animation short.
Kaye H. Lee, editor of Seoul & Animator reviews the Korean animation short Incomplete Woman by Huh Su-young.
Belgian animation director Mélanie Robert-Tourneur presents the trailer for her new animation short Hold Me TIght at Zippy Frames.
Meghan McDonough, Stevie Borrello and Marcie LaCerte made an animation documentary, Invisible Monsters and Potato Soup, full of dreams during the pandemic. They put all bits together, and they present it at Zippy Frames.
Film critic Yong-cheol Lee reviews the Korean animation short Sura by Jeong Haeji.
Greek director Dimitris Armenakis presents a parable of consumerism in his animation short All You Can Eat.
Frederic Siegel & Benjamin Morard present their Swiss animation short, The Lonely Orbit online.