Korean animation director Changsoo Kim was in competition at the recent Annecy Festival with his animation short Things That Disappear. We caught up with him for Zippy Frames.
Korean animation artist Sujin Moon makes a short about our image projection in 'Persona', and competes at major festivals. She talks to Zippy Frames.
The French acclaimed animation director Florence Miailhe designs the visual identity of the 2022 edition of the Bucheon International Animation Festival.
A big number of independent Korean animation artists unite and oppose the war in Ukraine.
Cleansing your soul. An experimental animation film from Korea 'Good For You' by Korean animation director Ilhyun Kim. The director talks to Zippy Frames.
Media culture and framing surface in the 2D animation short 'Blindness' by Korean animation director Yu-Seon Park. Read her interview at Zippy Frames.
Vassilis Kroustallis talks to Korean animation director Seung-bae Jeon about his stop-motion animation short Battery Daddy.
Vassilis Kroustallis talks to Korean animation director Hyuna Cho about her 2D animation short A Sip of Water.
Vassilis Kroustallis reviews the Korean animation feature Climbing from Annecy Festival.
Namwoong Huh reviews the animation short The Death Vendor by Jeon Jinkyu.
Professor and filmmaker Nah Howon reviews the animation short Pigeon by Kim Sang Joon.
Darcy Paquet reviews the animation short Salvia at Nine by Jang Nari.
Namwoong Huh reviews the animation short Saturday's Apartment by Jeon Seungbae.
Professor and filmmaker Howon Nah reviews the 2D Korean animation shorts Ghosts by Park Jee Youn.
Yong-Cheol Lee reviews the animation short Mascot by Kim Leeha.
Sujin Maeng, programmer at Jecheon International Music & Film Festival, reviews the Korean animation short Misery Loves Company by Sasha Lee.
Kaye H. Lee, editor of Seoul & Animator reviews the Korean animation short Incomplete Woman by Huh Su-young.
Film critic Yong-cheol Lee reviews the Korean animation short Sura by Jeong Haeji.
A Japanese director of Korean descent, Eiji Han Shimizu talks to Zippy Frames about the new animation feature on North Korea, True North.
In the new Korean animation feature Beauty Water, Kyung Hun Cho signs a gripping and poignant story about the seek for beauty and its aftermath.
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