Former Annecy winner Alberto Vázquez uses teddy bears and unicorns to deliver his colorful, vulgar, and hilarious anti-war allegory.
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Cambodian textile factories, Parisian street urchins, an albino girl with telepathic powers — here lies the future of European feature animation.
Some of the best, funniest, and downright weirdest films on the animated shorts circuit are now available to view for free online.
Are you ready for a crossover between “Apocalypse Now” and “Bambi”?
Get drunk with your director, treat them like a spouse, and be ready to annoy them. This worked for Nicolas Schmerkin, at least.
A journey into the heart of a large and abandoned council estate.
Our take on 5 new pitches for European series.
In 2017, John Morena set out to make 52 shorts in a year. The animator talks to Cartoon Brew about the one-of-a-kind project that is “Area 52.”
Last year, the artist premiered “Reruns,” the final short film in his Thee Wreckers tetralogy at the Clermont-Ferrand Int’l Short Film Festival.
A young woman follows a trail of colored threads that leads deep into a thick dark forest, untangling them as she goes, hoping to find the answers to her lingering fears.
Alberto Vázquez made history tonight at the Goya Awards, winning both the animated feature and short film prizes.
An artistic improvisation carried out from day-to-day between September 15 and November 15, 2015.
Paris might just be one of the most photographed and filmed cities in the world. But you’ve never seen it like this.