Terry Gilliam, Peter Chung, and Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis will be among the guests at the virtual festival, which takes place on April 5–11.
The behind-the-scenes documentary benefits from considerable access to the great Czech filmmaker’s life.
The London-based animator invites us into her “little dungeon,” where she shows us her sketches, handmade t-shirts, and collection of tiny objects.
The director of “Coraline” and “The Nightmare Before Christmas” explains why you should know the name Jan Svankmajer and how to help him make his last feature film.
Discover five of Cartoon Brew’s favorite creepy classics, based upon the literary works of Edgar Allen Poe, Franz Kafka, and more.
“Animated cinema is the demiurgic art par excellence: matter comes to life and is transformed in the hands and imaginations of the creators. They, more than anybody, know about the secret life of objects.” This description, comes from the exhibition “Metamorphosis: Fantasy Visions in Starewitch, Švankmajer and the Quay Brothers,” now playing at the Centre de Cultura Contemporanea (CCCB) in Barcelona, Spain, and it’s a good summary of the work of these four visionary animators.
Beginning next Thursday and continuing through January 25, the American Cinematheque in Los Angeles will present the film series “Animation for Adults.”