An unconventional animated documentary makes the cut at Cannes Critics’ Week.
A mysterious sign appears and the residents of Cat City tremble in fear of an unknown terror. Something is coming to invade their minds…
For years, the kiosk has been Olga’s little home simply because her sweet tooth and monotonous life has made her bigger than the exit.
To distract herself, she reads travel magazines and dreams of being far away.
Everyone needs to stay warm during the winter — even campfire logs.
In today’s exclusive online short premiere, a boy struggles to deal with his anxiousness on a trip to the local swimming pool.
Yes, animated features can compete against live-actions films — and WIN!
This charming Swiss/French stop motion feature opens in the U.S. on February 24.
Animation is doing well everywhere this year, including the foreign-language category of the Oscars.
This festival favorite is headed to North America thanks to GKIDS.
A big hit at Cannes and Annecy, the Oscar-contending “Ma Vie de Courgette” now has an English-subbed trailer.
Claude Barras’ breakout animation debut “My Life As a Courgette” will represent Switzerland at the Academy Awards.
In a world inhabited by strange creatures, a cat endeavors to find her place within it.
Let’s have one more batch of Animated Fragments to close out the year. Fragments has been one of our most popular new features in 2011, …
Cel Shading Experiment with Particular by Mattias Peresini (France) History of Graphic Design Avant Garde by Minji Aye Hong …
Rancho Girl by Jorge Ruiz (USA/Venezuela) Various Fluid Experiments by Vladimir Jankijevic (Switzerland) Myslivci by Jan Saska …
“In a room there is a box. In the box there is a forest. In the forest there is a lost child.” The Smaller Room (Der Kleinere Raum, 2009) …