It could have been sugary, but is also sweet. Watch the black-and-white short melodrama of Daniela Sherer, He was a sweet man.
The Oscar-nominated Head Over Heels (Tim Reckart), Tram by Michaela Pavlatova and the Goya-nominated Spanish feature The Apostle headline the selection results of the 3rd Be there! Corfu Animation Festival.
Bo Juhl Nielsen and The Animation Workshop in Denmark present a story of unemployment and momentary happiness. Watch Under the Fold.
A charming animated documentary about repair and recycling in rural Ireland, Irish Folk Furniture, was awarded at Sundance Festival.
The stop-motion feature film Selkirk, The Real Robinson Crusoe, by the Uruguyan director Walter Tournier is short of flashy adventures, but full of character motivation.
Jim Batt and Molly Crabapple present a charming story of a good girl with a bad heart. Watch the film, and read a short Q&A session with Jim Batt.
It's not the end of the world, just the end of the year! Watch the poignant and funny Man by Steve Cutts.
The Netherlands Institute for Animation (NIAF) has just published an announcement that is "on hold" as of 1 January 2013.
A group of students from the French Gobelins School of Image have made this sweet and psychologically relevant film about timidity.
The UK animators Joseph Wallace and Becca Rose present a rather awkward version of the Christmas star.
Don Hertzfeldt's It's Such A Beautiful Day is a heart-breaking and mesmerizing film on life and the passing of time.
The Australian Isabel Peppard directs the stop-motion thriller Butterflies, and qualifies for an Oscar®.
The new artistic director of the International Animation festival of Annecy, the Canadian Marcel Jean, explains the new changed policy of the celebrated festival.
The award-winning, pixiliated short Stanley Pickle by Victoria Mather is online. Watch this powerful short.
Daddy, I'm A Zombie offers a consistent young adolescent adventure to the zombie world, even though its Wizard of Oz narrative strategy makes the film more of a deja-vu.
The mystery of the void, and the fear of the unknown. Watch the evocative short film I'm not sure quite what it was.
Joanna Lurie presents two bubble characters in her Partir (Leaving).
A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman portrays Graham Chapman as a person who defied etiquette.
Politically inspired, the documentary Imaginary Chile (Chile Imaginario) tells the story of a turbulent period in Chile.
The Irish animator Eamonn O'Neill presents an intriguing portrait of a person in distress. Watch I'm Fine Thanks.
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