A new Greek stop-motion film in the making. Here's info and trailer for Man Wanted by Irida Zhonga.
It's a post-modern heist film, full of references and short of surprises. Our review for Ruben Brandt, Collector by Milorad Krstic.
Yôichi Kotabe is guest of honour, oshiaki Nishimura and Koji Yamamura among jury members of the French 2019 Annecy Festival.
The veteran Czech animator will be honored during the 2019 Anifilm Festival.
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.
Graphic Stories Cyprus conference returns for its 5th edition, 15-17 March 2019.
Zippy Frames Correspondent Eliane Gordeeff meets Portuguese animation director José Miguel Ribeiro at 3DWire to talk about his first animated feature film.
Review for the new film by Polish animation director Tomek Popakul, Acid Rain, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival 2019.
A hypnotic game of dice with forest puppets. Watch and read about Nocturne by Anne Breymann.
Denis Do portrays a piece in Cambodian history through the eyes of a mother looking for her child.
Swiss animation director Fabio Friedli makes the world go round -in 5 minutes.
Hungarian directors Flóra Anna Buda and Luca Tóth talk to Zippy Frames.
The sophomore feature from the creator of Sita Sings the Blues is now available to watch in full.
It seems OK to be tiny. Emily Scaife talks to Zippy Frames about her acclaimed experimental animation short, Attraction.
All you need to know about US/Chinese artist Lei Lei and his feature experimental film, Breathless Animals, premiering at the 2019 Berlin Film Festival.
Film review for experimental feature Breathless Animals by US/Chinese artist Lei Lei, which premiered at the 2019 Berlin Film Festival.
Czech school graduate Diana Cam Van Nguyen also premieres her new Apart film at Rotterdam Film Festival.
Strange desires and missed opportunities in the comedy Quickand by Jennifer Bianchi.
A welcome entry into the string of recent Brazilian animation successes. Film review for Gustavo Steinberg's Tito and The Birds.
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