Dal Park makes a perceptive 2D animation film in West Question, East Answer. Check her interview and watch the film
Alain de Botton and The School of Life gets a playful and intimate animated treatment by Daniel Stankler.
It pains to be doubly in pain. UK-based artist Ali Aschman premieres her stop-motion film Body Echo at Zippy Frames.
Finding and losing yourself in a sketchbook dance. Watch So I Danced Again by Lottie Kingslake.
The inimitable UK animation filmmaker Phil Mulloy comments on current UK affairs.
When art transforms human emotions. Here's the gripping Baraa animation short by Natasza Cetner.
A son and his mother. Director Laura N-Tamara talks to Zippy Frames about her animation short The Witch's Mask.
The 15-minute UK/Czech co-production and animation short Salvation Has No Name by Joseph Wallace to hit festival screens spring 2020.
Social realism in animation. Learn more about the upcoming Eddie and Frankie animation short from UK director Katherine Hearst.
It seems OK to be tiny. Emily Scaife talks to Zippy Frames about her acclaimed experimental animation short, Attraction.
All the nominations in the animated categories for the 2019 EEBAFTA awards.
Part of the series Untold Tales by Animated Projects and Anim18, The Foundling by Leo Crane tells the story of an adopted child in music and charcoal.
Stop-motion director Heather Colbert signs an otheworldly sensitive music video for Tom Rosenthal.
If you ever wondered how to film your guilty pleasures, Central St. Martins animation students have the answer. Watch Guilty Pleasures.
To change perceptions in clay during your regular pub visit. Sam Gainsborough does and talks about Facing it.
Watch the 2D animation short by Daniel Stankler.
UK animation director directs Canadian singer's Parker Bossley music video - in surrealistic cut-outs.
UK animation director Peter Millard investigates the guilty consequences of talking dogs. Here's the hilariously nonsensical film.
East meets West in music video LOVEbox by Jeremy Warner.
A puppet with a soul to lose. Cannes-awarded Italian director Lucia Bulgheroni talks to Zippy Frames about her stop-motion short, Inanimate.
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