Cornelius Joksch presents a short story about disappearance and oblivion: Where are you?
Anu Laura Tuttelberg presents a stop-motion film about flies and birds, which is as eerie as it sounds. Watch Fly Mill.
The French feature film A Monster in Paris is in reality a paean to Paris, but not to its citizens.
Benjamin Renner presents his César-nominated, La queue de la souris (A Mouse Tale). Watch the film.
Elpida Panourgia looks for the meaning of companion in her film, The Teammate. Watch the film.
The Cannes-awarded Bruno Collet presents his latest, rotoscope film, His Indochina.
A new Mexican film depicts historical events through the eyes of a child.
Bastiaan Schravendeel and Polder Animation present a film where narrative inventiveness matches visual charm: Now you know it anyway.
Graphic artist and screenwriter for the Goya-awarded Wrinkles Paco Roca is set to direct an animated feature: Memoirs of a Man in Pyjamas.
Sometimes visual deficiencies become a challenges for animators. Read the info about and watch the Astigmatismofilm, now Annecy-selected.
Blik by Bastiaan Schravendeel from Polderanimation, Netherlands presents a moving love-story between a young boy and his older girl next door. Watch the film.
The Tumo Center for Creative Technologies in Armenia seeks 4 specialists.
The Slovakian film The Last Bus and the Spanish feature film Wrinkles crowned the awards of the 19th International Animation Festival in Stuttgart. See all the winners.
Watch the philosophical-ethical tale about bird life and death by Michael Piazza: Under a big tree.
Stephen Irwin's black-and-white existential satire Moxie, and the lovable (but sad) A letter to Momo (Hiroyuki Okiuru) were among the winners of the 11th AniFest (Teplice, Czech Republich). See all the winners.
Le Tableau (The Painting) by the French master Jean-François Laguionie can at the same time enchant the eye and capture the mind of the spectator.
A Letter to Momo by the Japanese director Hiroyuki Okiuru offers a compelling portrait of a young child in distress.
Daring, relentless and most of the times beautiful. Read the review of the 2h 39min opus of the Hungarian Marcell Jankovics, The Tragedy of Man.
The 11th AniFest festival in Teplice, Czech Republic, offers a wealth of all things animated from 26th April - 1 May 2012.
A French graduation film, Let the sun come in by Charles Lemor attains drama and beauty.
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