Alexander Sokurov offers a collegial walking tour through limbo with Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin and Churchill. It’s completely mad.
This magnificent mid-century memory piece from Richard Linklater is up there with the director’s finest films.
By Katie Goh
Studio Ghibli alums Masashi Ando and Masayuki Miyaji channels Princess Mononoke in their visually striking “medical fantasy”.
Phil Tippett’s long-gestating stop-motion animation epic is a frenzied and frequently deranged Dantean odyssey.
A teenage girl finds online fame in Mamoru Hosoda’s internet-age update of Beauty and the Beast.
Studio Ghibli’s first computer-animated feature boasts bags of charm and one its most endearing heroines.
By Simon Bland
Directors Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson reflect on the cultural afterlife of their 2001 computer animation.
LeSean Thomas’ six-part animated series is an electrifying vision of a long-ignored legend.
The Wan brothers and Te Wei are among the pioneering artists featured in an online film season.
Media, memory and film history collide in Satoshi Kon’s time-bending story of a faded screen star.
Hungarian animator Nadja Andrasev reveals how personal experience informed her sensual new film Symbiosis.
The classic Japanese manga series makes the jump from 2D to 3D, and makes it look easy.
Isao Takahata’s unrealised passion project was intended as a follow-up to Grave of the Fireflies.
Aya and the Witch tells the story of the smartest girl in the world and her hex-casting companion.
Screen Anime will allow fans to discover more of Japan’s animation output, offering a wide range of films new and old.
The new show from the makers of Adventure Time filters personal experiences through psychedelic animation.
Rejoice, Totoro fans: 21 of the Japanese animation studio’s feature films are headed your way.