What do you get when you order albatross soup? Here's Winnie Cheung on an animation documentary and a riddle at the same time.
The sophomore feature from the creator of Sita Sings the Blues is now available to watch in full.
All you need to know about US/Chinese artist Lei Lei and his feature experimental film, Breathless Animals, premiering at the 2019 Berlin Film Festival.
Film review for experimental feature Breathless Animals by US/Chinese artist Lei Lei, which premiered at the 2019 Berlin Film Festival.
Strange desires and missed opportunities in the comedy Quickand by Jennifer Bianchi.
View the video from the Canadian animator's award ceremony during the 2017 Annie Awards.
The late, Oscar-winning animation director Will Vinton took home to show Mark Twain's relevance to his contemporaries. Here's why the claymation effort still matters.
The 1984 short animated, Black women empowerment film joined the yearly slate of films deemed culturally significant for preservation.
Animation sometimes predates reality. Watch the engagingly subversive Dust with Flour short by Annelise Williams.
Chinese/US independent animation artist Lei Lei complains about comics. Watch I Don't Like The Comics You Drew.
US independent animation director Nina Paley makes the story of Exodus an overwhelming musical extravaganza, which still finds time to register its gender-based raison d' être.
Review for the new experimental animation feature Apocalypsis by US director Eric Leiser.
Film review for the Oscar-hopeful US/Korean animated short.
Animation students from US, Australia, Canada, and Singapore have won the academic year 2016-17 scholarships sponsored by ASIFA-Hollywood and the Animation Educators Forum (AEF).
Cut-out animation and a story of personal adventure. Watch music video Oh, My directed by Tess Martin.
US indie experimental filmmaker has a new feature film in the making, after Glitch in the Grid. Watch the trailer for Apocalypsis
A faceless but not expressless music video by Tom Munday and the Steve Puddle and his Bivouac Band. Watch Cold Hearted Land.
Charlie Kaufman & Duke Johnson sign a perfectly sweet and melancholic essay on identity and love in stop-motion.
Charlie Kaufmann's stop-motion feature has a trailer.
It is multi-talented, much-loved and needs a lot of sympathy. Still, the feature animation of Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet is an uneven feature - and not because of its episodic structure.
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