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.”
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The French make a lot of great animation…this is not an example of it.