The short earned Oscars qualification by winning the Cannes Palme d’Or and later took the Annecy Cristal for a short film.
‘Electra’ earned its Oscars qualification by winning the best short film award at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Alexander’s short playfully spoofs modern trends such as artificial intelligence, ASMR, influencer culture, and annoying ads.
Schwizgebel’s work bursts with inviting colors, sounds, and imagery. Each frame is a work of art, intricately timed, painted, edited, and scored.
We attended every pitch at this year’s Weird Market in Valencia and picked out 10 that deserve a closer look.
Kantor’s latest mixes animation techniques to examine how reality and memory are often visualized differently.
Using Unreal Engine, Gordon and artists at Passion Pictures were able to produce 100 short episodes of the music-fueled series.
All the best and worst thoughts of a new parent are laid bare in this crayon-animated piece about mental health and paternal love.
October’s animation streaming calendar is an eclectic mix offering exciting new titles and enjoyable library animation.
Cournoyer’s metamorphic black and white films can make viewers uncomfortable, taking them to places they know but rarely want to acknowledge.
‘Starling’ was produced through Pixar’s co-op program which allows employees to use studio equipment for their personal projects.
Canadian titles shone at this year’s event, and for the third consecutive year a Japanese short won the grand prize.
A thrilling mix of horror and humor, ‘Buzzkill’ doesn’t look like your typical monster flick.
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.