Zane Plays Proboid is a clever animated short from Polaris about a deep space explorer cut off from all forms of communication... except Twitch chat. Somehow, livestream viewers find his emergency channel and think it’s a video game stream. Things do not go well for him.
In addition to finally receiving a streaming release date, the hand-drawn sci-fi epic is launching a chatbot game. March is the month of Nova Seed. Strap yourself in, it’s gonna get weird.
When Disney makes an animated film about how real life is messy, how messy can it be? 2016's Zootopia has unavenged violence against children, debate about biological justifications for racial stereotypes, positive portrayals of mobsters, and a song by Shakira called “Try Everything”. I don’t think the implications of…
I first heard this song on LiveJournal about ten years ago — and love it still. A couple of days ago I came across this animation for it.
Does anyone here have the power to make this a full show?
Nick DiLiberto’s film drops a second trailer before it tours North American film festivals. Last year, less than a minute of footage had us enthralled. Here’s about triple that.
This is a music video for a song ‘The Star Has Risen’by the Ukrainian folk rock band Ocheretiany Kit (swamp lynx) animated by a self-taught animator Sashko Danylenko.
So this is stretching the bounds of relevance and “science fiction” a bit because the show is more about depression and Hollywood. But hey, there is an underwater episode with crazy tech and talking animals so... you know.
So, for those of you who watch this show, what did you think of Season 3?
We have now arrived at the final round of our May Madness adventure. What started out as a competition between 64 contenders has come down to a battle between the 1980's DuckTales and the 1990's Animaniacs. Only one can be champion. Which will it be?
We’ve now reached the penultimate round of our May Madness. Only four cartoon theme songs remain to fight it out to see who moves on to the Championship round. But which ones will they be? It’s time to find out.
[Update] Polls are working again] It’s time for the Elite 8 in our May Madness adventure. Only 8 cartoons remain to fight it out. Which ones will survive to the Final Four? Will it be the ones you want? Let’s find out.
We’re now at the Sweet 16 stage of our O-Deck May Madness. Only 16 cartoons remain out of the original 64. Which cartoon theme song will continue on the Elite 8? Let’s find out.
This month we’re trying to decide which cartoon from the golden age of cartoons had the greatest theme song. We started out with 64 of the best cartoons of the 80's and the 90's, but it’s time to whittle that number down further. So let’s go vote!
A sad story of bureaucrats ruining what they are hired to protect. A fable old as time, now a cartoon.
Filmmaker Roy Pace has told Radio 4's The Film Programme how he turned back time for the Man of Steel in 1978's Superman. After several attempts had fallen through he had a crack using a cheap globe purchased from Woolworths.
A little animation about human condition.
The festive season is on us, and what better way to celebrate it than to enjoy good food, drinks, and company? Also, two more animations from the same studio.
The story is based on the Ukrainian folk tale ‘Kyrylo Kozhumiaka’ (Cyrill the Tanner), who fights the Great Snake (de facto dragon) and is centered around his young son, Mykyta, who has to repeat his father’s heroic deed.
Mykola Gogol is better known to the world as a Russian writer but he was Ukrainian — born and bred, from a prominent Cossak family, who — like Irish and Scottish writers in Britain — chose to write in the empire’s dominant language. But his stories and his sensibilities do come from the Ukrainian culture.