London-based The Line is responsible for one of this season’s more distinctive animated advertising campaigns.
Jim is afraid of everything. In order to face his fears, Jim will bring everything he is afraid of into his house. It doesn’t quite work out as expected…
This year, Polish filmmaker Marta Pajek is the only animation filmmaker in contention for Canne’s Short Film Palme d’or.
In a fucked up world, two opposite characters meet.
Sonja lives a lonely life as a fishmonger, more at ease with her fish than her customers, until one day a delivery man turns up who looks like a rainbow trout.
The oil-painted feature “Loving Vincent” comes out on top at the European Film Awards.
In the harsh midwinter, a trapper struggles to survive as he crosses the Yukon.
Locksmith will create a second pipeline of animated features made in the U.K. to complement Fox’s existing series of Blue Sky animated features.
When Big finds a new toy to play with, Tiny isn’t very happy about it.
Facing intense pressure from online video services, the BBC is boosting its spending on children’s content and services.
A Chinese mother and her British born daughter speak as adults for the first time in today’s CB Fest premiere, “Tough.”
This is one of the most significant financial deals for an independent Western tv animation studio in recent memory.
The directors of “Loving Vincent” share details about the unique production techniques used to create their new feature.
Watch Tom Bunker’s music video for Bonzai’s “I Did.”
Looks like someones having a bad dream?
Glen attends a primal-scream therapy session that causes him to release something deep within that knows no limits.
Pineapple Calamari dreams of being a horse-racing champion–but when tragedy befalls the two inseparable women who share his love of riding, he finds his race to the roses abruptly halted.
A glimpse into a suburban street, but not everything is as it seems.
An animated tale of love in a university life drawing class.
Christopher Gray has been in love with Stacey for quite some time, and no amount of lemonade can cool his desire. Meanwhile, Barry Flint has just bought his son a five-foot python from the pet store.