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.
A very short haunting film from the Paris and London-based studio, Domestic Infelicity. Watch Into the Dark Trees.
What happens when the inner conflict in you becomes a version of the Evil Queen mirror? Watch the relentless Réflexion by Yoshimichi Tamura & Planktoon.
Review of the French animated feature film, Zarafa.
A touching story between two unlikely friends from Pavel Soukup. Watch the black-and-white film.
The multiply-acclaimed short by the Polish director Damian Nenow, Paths of Hate, is now online. Watch the film.
The multi-awarded pixilation short by the Argentinian Juan Pablo Zaramella, Luminaris, is now available online.
Alex Orrelle, animator at Pixar's The Incredibles and Finding Nemo, and animation director at Warner Bros' Yogi Bear, talks to Zippyframes.com about animation, during his presence at Be there! Corfu Animation Festival.
Read about and watch the Annecy-selected film by Julia Gromskaya, Fiumana.
The sophomore Be there! Corfu Animation Festival presents its full programme (29 March-1 April 2012), and includes a Jean-François Laguionie retrospective.
The animation director of Yogi Bear and animator in The Incredibles, Finding Nemo visits Corfu.
See all the awards at the 7th Athens Animfest.
Financial hardships aside, Greek animators continue to produce interesting films in the 7th Animfest festival, Athens.
A Portuguese and a Zimbambwean artist tell a harsh but relevant political story.
Asia wins bigs at the 2012 Anima Festival, Brussels.
3 feature films in the competitive section of Be there! Corfu Animation Festival, among them an Oscar-nominated film.
A student film by Giovanni Munari and Dalila Rovazzani elaborates beautifully on the dreary (and sometimes dreadful) subject of arithmetic.
After the artistic success of The Rabbi's Cat, the team of Autochenille Productions, prepares an animated version of the acclaimed graphic novel, Aya de Yopougoun, directed by Marguerite Abouet and Clément Oubrerie. Watch the trailer.
A Brazilian student film that shows that love can be blind, but never forgiving. Watch the short below.
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