Michaela Pavlátova’s My Sunny Maad took home the feature film prize.
Self-taught, Chintis Lundgren quickly made a mark in the animation world with her visually distinct and quirky works that place animal characters in frequently absurd, kinky, and distinctly human situations.
The films of “Bordo” were vivid portraits of the “little man” confronted with big problems.
The show is a graphic grabbag of Pop Art, Op Art, and psychedelic art references.
The Oscar-qualified “The Nose or the Conspiracy of Mavericks” won the top feature prize.
A look at five notable shorts, from up-and-coming filmmakers and established pros alike, that will screen next week at the famed animation festival.
The hazards of social media, love for an IT technician, the solitude of Antarctica: these animated features offer something different than the usual.
As things stand, the festival will hold an IRL edition in Croatia in June.
There’s much, much more to this year’s race than “Soul” and “Wolfwalkers.”
Other prizewinners include Soetkin Verstegen’s “Freeze Frame” and Nadja Andrasev’s “Symbiosis.”
During a big bike race, two leaders are not just battling for the grand prize, but also for the affection of a lady and fulfillment of their erotic fantasy.
War, gangsters, a drug-dealing piglet, and the gentle progress of an English couple’s marriage. Pixar this ain’t.
In the 1950s, the director and screenwriter helped pioneer a bold new modernism in animation.
Tomek Popakul’s punky “Acid Rain” continues it successful run on the festival circuit.
A hot young plumber, Toomas, breaks into the harmonious life of Manivald and his retired mother.
113 films were selected for the competition programs at Animafest Zagreb.
Moving through a world filled with scanners and surveillance algorithms, while frivolously using different social networks, online forms, and credit cards, the man of today gives away his privacy voluntarily.
Attempting to remove an unresponsive badger from a dark road, a police patrol soon realizes that the animal is not dead but rather dead drunk.
Based on the classic story by Branko Ćopić, “Hedgehog’s Home” is a tale that reminds us there truly is no place like home.