Here are some cartoons outside the mainstream, from a mischievously psychosexual short to an allegory for post-WWII Europe.
Revised and expanded, The Art of Pixar gathers color scripts from the studio’s short and feature films, mapping out the emotional beats of each story in lush hues.
Here are some highlights from the sizable collection of Bill Plympton cartoons on the Criterion Channel.
The gorgeous Irish animated feature Wolfwalkers is perfect holiday family viewing.
“Melting Animals,” an online program by the Memorial Art Gallery at the University of Rochester, presents works by Jodie Mack and other unconventional animators.
From an animation by Richard Williams to George C. Scott as Scrooge to the Muppets, there are countless variations on Charles Dickens’s classic.
Canvas shows how art can connect different generations.
From the Coen Brother’s take on the Jewish-American experience, to a rabbi’s talking cat, stream these films during the holiday.
The diaristic animations offer portraits of people grappling with their pasts, the weight of trauma, and the need for love.
The 2020 Best of BAMkids Film Festival presents a program of charming shorts.
The latest installment of indie animator Don Hertzfeldt’s World of Tomorrow series expands its bleakly funny vision of the future.
Master animator Genndy Tartakovsky pares the action genre down to its purest elements in Primal.