In the midst of struggle, one person delves into the deepest place in another’s heart and brings light into the darkness.
A young man finds an intriguing drawing hiding a secret love letter written 70 years ago. Is the love story real?
The cult U.K.-produced webseries “Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared” is being developed as a television show.
A mother and her child descend into darkness when the moon mysteriously loses its light.
By mixing abstraction, collage, drawing, and animation the author invites us into a spontaneous and unsystematic research of potential of the animation and leads us into the world of irrepressible imagination.
Imagery and text culled from American politics, drawing upon figures and themes based on the filmmaker’s upbringing in South Carolina.
The director of the film had an unusual request: make the end titles feel like a high school art project.
The main characters will be 2D-animated, but the series will incorporate mixed-media elements.
Strange Beasts is an augmented reality game. It allows you to create and grow your own virtual pet. How far can it go?
A unique tv series from Argentina and France combines stop motion and live action.
Inspired by love, a misguided monkey believes he is destined for the moon.
Nina Gantz’s Sundance and BAFTA-winning graduation short “Edmond” is now online.
A metaphorical and abstract way to talk about the natural circle of events, which often switches the rules of the characters involved.
A bunch of gangsters are on the run after having stolen a fabulous treasure. As they go deeper into the forest and get lost, they gradually become legendary figures…
Mr. Seed, a foul mouthed, organic seed evangelist, sheds some light on the fact that today most seeds that grow our food are bred by agrochemical companies to be chemically dependent.
A music video for Sam Beam and Jesca Hoop’s “Every Songbird Says.”
On a summer day an strange man who teaches Russian at the beach took me to a town.
These adorable animated characters won the Oscars last night — and we’re not talking about Minions.
Some skateboarding history squeezed into a few minutes of visuals.
Brooklyn-based Lizzi Akana directed Retreat! for Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings. The song was written by Jones following her battle with cancer.