Filmmaker Denis Do used interviews with his mother to craft the animated film Funan, an affecting portrait of a family swept up in the brutal Khmer Rouge regime.
“(Some of) The Mechanics of Critique” is an instructional video by Lisi Raskin that unpacks how Enlightenment Era philosophies and epistemologies affect how we engage with the world around us.
For this month’s streaming recommendations, we’ve gathered a selection of animated films, many of which are out of print and only available online.
Suzan Pitt’s Joy Street is strikingly unpretentious and emotionally frank — refreshing in an art world that is often emotionally detached and intellectually cool.
The Association of Hysteric Curators has organized the Soft Bytes animation festival, featuring the work of dozens of artists.
Takahata’s genius lay in his effortless ability to portray the mundane — something not often associated with the motion-focused energy of animation.
From a film on basketball legend Kobe Bryant to an adaptation of Roald Dahl poems, this is the first crop of nominees in many years without a single dud.
Alberto Vázquez’s Birdboy seeks a visual language for dealing with adult themes through traditionally childlike devices.
The festival presents exceptional films in all styles of animation, from anime to stop-motion.
To celebrate the centennial of Japanese animation, the National Film Center of Japan recently uploaded over 60 films made between 1917 and 1941.
The five films nominated for this year’s Academy Award for the best animated short film use a range of animation and storytelling styles to shuttle characters and viewers across time and space.
Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse were the 20th century’s greatest artistic frenemies.