24 hands, one song and 3 celebrated writers in the flipbook animation piece A Little Lovin' by Marie Paccou. Watch the film.
Dutch animator Loek Vugs creates a hushed VR future in his experimental short, Future Thoughts.
Chinese/US independent animation artist Lei Lei complains about comics. Watch I Don't Like The Comics You Drew.
A colorful and flowy blend of sounds, images, and memories. Watch the music-video Negaram by Shabab Shayegan and Farhad Bazyan.
Here's a bittersweet surrealistic story of the man and the woman in gender-bending colors. Watch (the mature-themed) Superbia by Hungarian director Luca Tóth.
Imagination should take a poetic leap forwards. Watch 9 Ways To Draw A Person by Sasha Svirsky.
UK animation director Peter Millard investigates the guilty consequences of talking dogs. Here's the hilariously nonsensical film.
When people's lives intersect. Watch the animation documentary Random Walks by Hungarian animation artist Borbála Tompa.
East meets West in music video LOVEbox by Jeremy Warner.
Nature and nurture: Here's Alegria (Euphoria) music video by Hungarian animation artist Kati Egely.
Film critic Arman Fatić reviews the latest film (and Cannes 2018 short film contender) III by Marta Pajek.
A longing for a strawberry becomes the subject of the Hungarian children band The Smelly Hamstergeccos, directed by Péter Vácz.
Human relationships are too constrained within the corner. Watch the sparkling Kut (Corner) by Croatian/ Estonian artist Lucija Mrzljak.
Hertfordshire-based animation studio works with Royal Observatory Greenwich to inspire young astronomers.
What comes out when a noir turns into a psychedelic experience? Watch the clip Big Noise from the band Lucinate.
The troubles of dating come to the fore (always contradictory) in the delightful Deal Breakers short by Central Saint Martins M.A. students.
Croatian animator and professional Draško Ivezić shares his own animation and love choices (including his Love and Vehicles short) for Zippy Frames.
A highly potent story of outcasts ordered to be happy. Watch the brilliant short How Are You Today? by Sophie Markatatos.
A true story about two music legends directed by Heather Colbert for the new single by Mark E. Nevin.
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