Joseph Norman talks to Japanese animation artist Ryo Hirano, who competes with the animation short 'Krasue' at the 2022 Annecy Festival.
Vassilis Kroustallis reviews the Japanese animation feature 'Belle' by Mamoru Hosoda.
The debut animation feature of the Oscar-nominated Japanese director Koji Yamamura will have its international premiere at PÖFF (Black NIghts Film Festival) in Tallinn.
The new animation feature by Japanese directro Mamoru Hosoda (Wolf Children, Mirai) world premieres at Cannes Film Festival 2021.
A Japanese director of Korean descent, Eiji Han Shimizu talks to Zippy Frames about the new animation feature on North Korea, True North.
GKIDS distributor announced that it has acquired the North American distribution rights for the animated feature On-Gaku: Our Sound.
At least 33 are now reported dead at the Kyoto Animation Studio arson.
The announcement by Studio Ponoc was made during the Annecy Festival. Watch the video report by our Annecy correspondent Kropka.
Yôichi Kotabe is guest of honour, Oshiaki Nishimura and Koji Yamamura among jury members of the French 2019 Annecy Festival. Discover the key events on Japanese animation.
Watch the new documentary on the Oscar-nominated Japanese artist Koji Yamamura by Archipel.
Oscar-nominated animation director Koji Yamamura talks to Zippy Frames.
The latest feature film by Summer Wars director Mamoru Hosoda is a gentle family comedy of manners, which really takes off at the film's final reels.
The director of In this Corner of the World will lead the jury of the 2018 Bucheon International Animation Festival in Korea.
The "airport" festival at New Chitose Airport in Japan opens again its doors for entries.
The latest offering from Studio Ghibli is sweet and good-natured, but it doesn't match its previous achievements.
The new Studio Ghibli feature by studio co-founder Isao Takahata will have a qualifying US theatrical run on October 17, 2014 to qualify for the 2015 Academy Awards.
BFI London Film Festival will screen the latest Mamoru Hosoda (Summer Wars) film, Wolf Children.Watch the English trailer below.
From Up on Poppy Hill is deeply rooted in Japanese traditions -in fact, so deeply that it almost suffocates.
Children Who Chase Lost Voices by Makoto Shinkai is a rich journey into the world of dead, full of adventure - but leaves much to be sensed about life and the role of humans within.
Colorful by Keiichi Hara makes the soul incarnation issue a tale of moral transformation, and is daring enough to visualize both sides of the moral coin.
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