Every Tuesday, Chris Robinson digests and dissects (relatively) new indie animation short films. Today's short is the underappreciated Dino-Orange (How Birds Fly) by Lansing Bruce Robertson
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Every Thursday, Chris Robinson takes a look at films from animation’s past. Today: Mirai Mizue's 2007 mindbender, Lost Utopia.
Every Monday, Chris Robinson serves up Animators Unearthed, a brief introduction to prominent and not-so-prominent indie animators. Today's featured animator is Koji Yamamura, whose work is being celebrated this week at Animafest Cyprus.
Every Tuesday, Chris Robinson screens and hastily ponders new-ish animation short films. Today: I Slept with the Cookie Monster (2008).
Every Tuesday, Chris Robinson screens and hastily responds to (relatively) new animation short films. Today's short is Orange is the New Black: Unraveled, a beautiful stop motion promo from Špela Čadež (Nighthawk)
The delegation of 15 producers from Animation UK is attending Annecy International Animated Film Festival 2017 as a collective group for the first time, to fly the flag for British animation with support from the UK Department for International Trade.
Every Tuesday, Chris Robinson digests and dissects (relatively) new indie animation short films. Today's short is the hilarious life-affirming bundle of wonder, KJFG No. 5.
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. This week's guest is Russian animator, Konstantin Bronzit
Every Monday, Chris Robinson serves up Animators Unearthed, a brief introduction to prominent and not-so-prominent indie animators. Today he explores the work of Jonathan Hodgson.
Every Friday Chris Robinson unleashes some freewheeling cheer or loathing on the animation community to be mused, countered, or disregarded. It’s your call.
Canadian animator Howie Shia’s 2016 short film produced by the NFB dives headfirst into the awkward reality of how we handle aggression and rage.
The Hawaii International Short Film Festival will showcase the best short films and its filmmakers from around the world.
The first Hawaii Shorts Fest will be held August 13 - 14, 2014 at the beautiful Koko Marina 8 Theatres complex in Honolulu on the island of Oahu.
We believe that short form cinema and its creators should have their own premier film festival in Hawaii deserving similar recognition given to the feature film and its creators. The heart of the festival will be our quality and scope of extraordinary film programming.