The L.A.-based festival released its lineup today, featuring 100th anniversary events for Warner Bros. and Disney.
Drab colors and creative camerawork create a sense of unease shared by the film’s well-designed characters and the audience.
Vuillemin’s short earned qualification at the Go Short International Short Film Festival after impressing at Zagreb and Berlin.
Renee Zhan’s short ‘Snake’ won the Share Her Journey Award, and ‘The Boy And The Heron’ was second runner-up among features.
Yuki’s body of work work is a beautifully unhinged, mind-drenching, kaleidoscopic explosion of colors, figures, memories, and voices.
“By showing fragments of violence I had experienced in my life, I was putting together a portrait of society in a patriarchal world,” says Yakovleva,
We’ve seen all 40 of this year’s competition shorts and picked out 10 that we think everyone at the festival should watch.
The film is an unsettling portrait of Ingrid Olderöck, a Chilean national police officer under Pinochet who used dogs to torture prisoners.
A touching reflection on life from the ‘Napoleon Dynamite’ and ‘Nacho Libre’ filmmaking partners.
Other award winners include ‘Our Uniform,’ ‘Armat,’ and ‘Pebble Hill.’
Imagine if Hunter S. Thompson teamed up with Terry Gilliam and an unbalanced nature enthusiast.
The Oscar-nominated filmmaker is back in the running with his latest short, a “love letter to the Andrews Sisters and 1940s animation.”
Pixar short ‘Carl’s Date’ will debut on the streaming platform alongside the ‘Elemental’ titles on September 13.
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Featuring expressive paper cut-outs and pastels, Voitova’s bite-sized stories are packed with emotional punch.
Dermange’s autobiographical documentary tells a larger story of generational trauma suffered by many Armenian families.
Hulu will debut Dan Harmon’s new series ‘Krapopolis,’ Max is bringing back the ‘Tiny Toons,’ and Netflix will say goodbye to ‘Disenchantment.’
Junyi Xiao talks us through the years-long evolution of his film’s deeply personal narrative.
After deciding he’d never pull of the trick in real life, Diakur tasked a digital version of himself to learn how to backflip.
The film screened in Portland over the weekend and is headed to the Ottawa Intl. Animation Festival next month.