After screening at dozens of festivals, ‘Hand’ is now available to stream.
Using Giphy, Boya is baking up an expanded universe called ‘The Mill’ to generate interest in a short film and/or series.
Welcome to a new series in which we profile the most interesting independent animation filmmakers working today.
A kaleidoscope of currency reveals what humans have valued over time.
Artists’ collective Universal Everything have created an endless parade of code-generated characters. We’re entranced.
An insightful, if sometimes dryly academic, look at the development of abstract in animation, chiefly between the 1950s and 1970s.
Joyful abstract animated visual poetry set to the music of Camille Saint-Saëns’ entire ‘The Carnival of the Animals’ suite.
While observing abstract shapes, can one feel in ‘alto mare’? An experimental short by Davide Prati.
French artist Marie Paccou has added a new invention to the long history of animation production: the umbrellotrope.
Animals caught between planes of existence and an egg.
“This film had everything for me: experimentation, creativity, visuals, sound, movement, rhythm, tempo, dynamics, pace, energy,” says Keukeleire.
One day a humble fisherman catches an enchanted fish. Can the fish help him and his wife improve their lot?
Ahead of its Annecy screening, director Mariusz Wilczyński tells us how he made “the first feature animated art film in the history of Polish cinema.”
A slapstick avant garde film…
A film that combines video footage of the American West with digital effects.
Music video for Lightning Bolt’s song “Blow to the Head,” from their new album Sonic Citadel.
An animated film based on the poetry of Leke Oso Alabi.
For his new film, acclaimed animator Theodore Ushev adopted a style of painting pioneered by Egyptians thousands of years ago.
The film, by Japanese artist Ujicha, is made with a lo-fi cutout technique known as “gekimation.” It will be available for streaming on October 21.