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  • Tales of the Night

    Veteran French animator Michel Ocelot (Azur & Asmar, Kirikou and the Sorceress) tears a page from Lotte Reiniger's book with this feature-length silhouette animation, digitally combining brilliantly colored backdrops with black 2-D characters. more...
  • Tehran Taboo
  • Tehran Taboo

    Natural realism has been the holy grail of animation since the 1920s, when Winsor McCay established the art of character animation with his groundbreaking Gertie the Dinosaur cartoons, and the 1930s, when Walt Disney elevated it to a new level with the supple, emotionally precise character movement of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. more...
  • Tower

    Two new documentaries opening Friday reflect on the fragility of civil society, though they record events that happened nearly a half century apart. more...
  • The Tower
  • The Tower

    Mats Grorud directed this animated French/Swedish/Norwegian drama about a young girl in a Palestinian refugee camp who is told stories about her family's past. more...
  • A Town Called Panic

    This crudely animated claymation novelty item is based on a popular Belgian TV series, episodes of which are just four minutes long. more...