Youtube’s poorly-regulated and selectively-enforced policies continue to hurt filmmakers.
Herman is a rat who lives alone in a messy apartment. One day a very tidy cat shows up at his doorstep. With everything she owns.
Annecy artistic director Marcel Jean examines the Ottawa grand prize-winning film “Inherent Obligations.”
Chris Robinson looks at a few different ways to read the Ottawa grand prize-winning film “The Night of the Carrots.”
After being booted by the school last month, the legendary filmmaker has reached an agreement to continue teaching at the school.
How does one of the most famous animators in the world get booted from his country’s only animation school?
They say cats have nine lives.
A man has nothing to lose except his dream. To make his dream come true the man embarks on a dangerous journey. But his destination is not what it seems.
“Lisa Limone and Maroc Orange: A Rapid Love Story” is a 72-minute stop motion opera directed by Mait Laas.
An early work by Estonian animation master Priit Pärn.
It’s the last night of Priit Pärn screenings at the Spectacle Theater in Williamsburg (124 S. 3rd Street, Brooklyn, NY). Pärn is …