Marta Pajek talks to Zippy Frames on her new animation short, Impossible Figures and Other Stories I, which premieres at the 2021 Ottawa International Animation Festival.
Two characters meet and confront each other in a merciless battle. Thomas Corriveau talks to Zippy Frames about his animation short Folly (La bêtise).
Vassilis Kroustallis reviews the animation feature Archipel by Félix Dufour-Laperrière.
The new animation feature by Félix Dufour-Laperrière (Ville Neuve) premieres at Rotterdam International Film Festival. Check the trailer for Archipel.
Zippy Frames caught up with Canadian animation artist Madisyn Dell to talk about her short film Ouroboros, selected at Ottawa International Animation Festival .
In his hybrid animation and live-action short, Kingdom Anomalia: The Melanie Fyfe Story, Kalainithan Kalaichelvan crafts a film that bears resemblances to many LGBTIQ+ current issues.
Woloshen: I am incorporating every aspect of handmade manipulation into one film. Watch The Dead Sea Scrolls.
Olga Bobrowska reviews the 2D film The Procession by Pascal Blanchet and animator Rodolphe Saint-Gelais.
The new film by the Oscar-nominated director Theodore Ushev The Physics of Sorrow, will be part of the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.
Olga Bobrowska reviews Zero Impunity by Blies Brothers and Denis Lambert.
Vassilis Kroustallis reviews the poetic and intimate Canadian animation feature Ville Neuve by Félix Dufour-Laperrière.
Legendary animator Bruce Bickford prepares this year's Ottawa International Animation festival poster.
What comes out when a noir turns into a psychedelic experience? Watch the clip Big Noise from the band Lucinate.
Spark Computer Graphics Society (Spark CG) presents SPARK ANIMATION 2017.
The Sommets du cinéma d'animation is an international festival dedicated to animation in all its forms, from heritage films to new media by way of current production.
Toronto Animation Image Society publishes its residency programme for international animation artists.
You don't always need the camera to make a fine film, and preserve cinematic memories at the same time. Zippy Frames talks to the pioneer Canadian filmmaker Steven Woloshen.
He is both daring and innovative, but also easily at home when experimenting with what he knows best: visual forms that move. Bulgarian-Canadian artist Theodore Ushev talked to Zippy Frames during the 2015 Annecy festival.
The story of a girl torn between solid and vapour. Watch Sublime by Ana Norambuena.
Need for an adventure? Watch Le Gouffre by Lighting Boy Studio.
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