Introducing the world of the illustrious Mr. Panicker and his tall tales.
Joanna Quinn’s new film “Affairs of the Art” took years to make, but that was a reward in itself: “It was like an extended college, and I felt I was learning new things about animation, drawing, and direction all the time.”
Welcome to our series of interviews with the directors of this year’s Oscar-nominated animated shorts.
Music video for “Frutos Rojos” by Monterrey, Mexico-based psych rockers Los Mundos.
Meet Bill Jennings of Newbury, Vermont. A man of unique thoughts and powers.
With real testimony from a Korean prostitute, this painted animation explores what it is like to be the subject of other people’s pleasure.
The artistic director of Minnow Mountain, the studio that produced the rotoscoping for the Amazon series “Undone,” runs through the advantages of TVPaint.
Camila Kater explains how she combined five different mediums in her debut film — and why she compares women to meat.
An elderly couple is addicted to a psychedelic face cream.
Canadian animator Chris Dainty walks us through the complex production process of his new NFB short.
We speak to the filmmakers of three short animated documentaries from the current festival circuit and learn how they came to be made.
Not all childhood memories are nice. Some of them reach out to the present, no matter how much time has passed.
In today’s short film pick, a man really enjoys drinking tea.
For the first time this century, all the BAFTA short animation nominees are hand-drawn films. We explore the visual development of each film.
In the second part of this exclusive series, we explore the production design of “Animal Behaviour,” “Bird Karma,” “Late Afternoon,” “Grandpa Walrus,” and “Weekends.”
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A journey of a seven-year-old boy’s acceptance of his grandpa’s death in a traditional Taiwanese funeral.
Our Pick of the Day is this thesis film from the Calarts MFA Experimental program.
Using TVPaint, the filmmakers of “Sam’s Dream” were able to achieve the hand-made painterly quality that they were looking for.
Learn more about this charming and quirky half-hour holiday special being developed by Hugo de Faucompret and Laïdak Films.
The debate about 2d versus 3d animation is becoming increasingly irrelevant as more artists use an integrated 2d/3d approach thanks to the new generation of powerful animation tools.
Glassworks, Headless Productions, and MPC collaborated to create the stunning visual landscape in “A Monster Calls,” opening wide in the U.S. today.