When his mother dies, Willy goes back to the naturist community he grew up in. Overwhelmed by the memories this return brings back, he decides to flee into the wild, where he finds the motherly protection of a big hairy creature.
Here are four recent festival signal films that showcase the possibilities of this unique format.
You’re at the beach. It’s hot. Too hot!
The Annecy Cristal-winning French animated feature will arrive in the U.S. in 2016.
2016 is shaping up to be the year of the animated animal feature, and “Sing” just might be the quirkiest film of the bunch.
Through memories and interviews, “Yellow Fever” focuses on African women’s self-image and the almost schizophrenic pursuit of beauty imposed by a globalized society.
The European animation community is joining forces to launch a major new animation award.
“Cuphead” doesn’t just look retro-inspired, it’s a damn near perfect recreation of classic American cartoons.
The director of “Coraline” and “Nightmare Before Christmas” is plotting a return to feature films with comedians Key & Peele.
Dyke Robinson alleges that Disney infringed his copyright for a project called “Digiland.”