Two Vietnamese sisters get separated in the animation short by Sandra Desmazières, available to watch online till 7 February.
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.
The National Film Board of Canada is seeking submissions from animation creators for the 13th edition of Hothouse.
Here's the exclusive first trailer for the new animation short film, The Hangman At Home by Michelle and Uri Kranot.
Oscar-nominated UK animation director Joanna Quinn and Les Mills talk to Zippy Frames about their new addition in the Beryl canon, Affairs of the Art.
The new animation short by Joanna Quinn and Les Mills is here: Affairs of the Art. Read our film review.
Based on The Hangman at Home by Carl Sandburg, this is an XR project by the duo of Michelle Kranot and Uri Kranot.
Andreas Hykade talks to Zippy Frames on his new film, Altötting.
Andreas Hykade directs the 2D animation film Altötting.
Julie Roy has been named the new Director General, Creation and Innovation, at the NFB. She will take up her duties as of May 20, 2020.
European wins at the 47th ceremony of the Annie Awards.
Find the top animation shorts of 2019, as voted by animation professionals.
Daughter by Daria Kashcheeva, He Can't Live Without Cosmos in the Oscars shortlist. Find them all.
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 the new film by Regina Pessoa, Uncle Thomas: Accounting For the Days.
The first female animation director to win the Quebec’s highest prize for cinema.
A very daring hedgehog is waiting for your attention. Interview with Eva Cvijanović, director of the awarded stop-motion short, Hedgehog's Home.
Matthew Rankin's animated film The Tesla World Light produced at the National Film Board of Canada will have its world premiere at the 56th International Critics' Week.
The 2016 Annecy winner, French director Franck Dion, talks to Zippy Frames.
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