Marcus Armitage’s BAFTA-nominated, Annecy-winning graduation film is our pick of the day.
Author: Amid Amidi
The festival’s theme, “Rock, Paper, Scissors,” focuses on materiality, D.I.Y. culture, and the beauty of imperfection.
In Einar Baldvin’s Slamdance-winning short, pastor John Deitman descends into madness during the summer of 1927.
A film that answers the age-old question, “What really makes us happy?”
“Shift” was a graduation short produced at the School of Visual Arts.
“Adama” is the kind of inspired, no-compromise filmmaking that happens all too rarely in animation, and needs to be seen by anyone who’s wondering where the art of CG animated features can go next.
The 900-plus page manga biography is drawn by one of Tezuka’s former assistants, Toshio Ban.
The film opened in China’s #3 spot, behind the debut of “Ant-Man” and the Chinese megahit “Goodbye Mr. Loser.”
Which animated short films qualified? Find out in our exclusive Award Tracker.
The French make a lot of great animation…this is not an example of it.
The surprise nominee is “Adama,” a fresh and original mixed-media feature from France.
The Playstation franchise is coming to the bigscreen.
Tensions build to an explosive breaking point for a group of automobile drivers in Nate Theis’ satirical new short “Driving.”
“The car is a tool of freedom, but it’s also destroying the planet,” says Claude Cloutier about the subject matter of his new animated short.
A short insight into how one condo resident’s actions can affect everyone living there.
Pixar’s “Inside Out” also reached a new milestone becoming the 10th highest grossing animated feature of all time.
Anderson will make a stop motion film about dogs.
A re-imagining of the original 1949 NFB short by Norman McLaren, Evelyn Lambart, and the Oscar Peterson Trio.
The voice cast for the film includes Paul Rudd, Patton Oswalt, Mike Judge, Brendon Small, and Jackson Publick.
The renegade animation director will debut the project online on his 77th birthday.
In the 1950s, earth is invaded by a mechanical menace. Love emerges between a man, a woman, and a giant robot from outer space.
The tablet wars are heating up, and the winners are artists and animators.
Can Pixar release two great films in one year?
A requiem for all childhood pets who have found their end in the most curious of circumstances. One by one they get revisited as the main character takes a trip down memory lane.
Genndy Tartakovsky’s feature continues to surprise everyone with stronger-than-expected box office numbers.