AWN’s Miscweant examines the increasing sophistication of the technology powering the stop-motion studio’s fifth animated feature film, a globe-trotting adventure directed by Chris Butler.
Article Type: Review
In the absence of talking animals, director Tim Burton’s ‘Dumbo’ works in plot points and references to the original film in very clever ways that fans of the original will recognize without feeling forced.
AWN’s Miscweant looks at the fascinating new documentary that begs the question of whether or not the iconic animation director will ever make another film.
AWN ‘s ‘Miscweant’ waxes nostalgic as he breaks down Disney’s return to the world of their 1964 classic, ‘Mary Poppins.’
AWN’s “Miscweant” shares his take on brand names, Disney Princesses and a refreshing break from clichéd buddy movies.
A magical story about adolescent love triangles, problems at home, stupid teenage boys and desires to break free and be something or someone else.
Lorelei Pepi's Grace (1998), a mesmerizing and mysterious poetic meditation on time, mortality, and the daily difficulty of just being.
AWN’s resident Miscweant weighs in on the Home Entertainment release of Oscar-winning director Nick Park’s stop-motion football feature.
Masaaki Yuasa’s beautifully animated Japanese tale of how a once-thought dangerous mermaid helps both a young man and an entire town discover new paths in life through honest communication.
Ross Hogg talks about his newly (online) released short, Life Cycles (2017), a stellar and blunt depiction of modern monotony.
An exploration of the sensually seductive grooves of Bastian Dupriez's abstract short film, 'Sillon 672' (2014), spiced with a dash of Jerry Lee Lewis.