The longstanding Estonian studio continues to break boundaries with powerful, eloquent films.
Strong voices in the American Independent scene have navigated new avenues of existence, resulting in a flourishing of independent work.
A small studio in Zagreb grows to be an international success.
Four recently released films, reviewed by Timothy David Orme.
In a time of political and social unsteadiness, new films on the festival circuit embrace a flagrant air of defiance.
A new generation of women animators are establishing a feminist paradigm of animated sexual expression.
Before the recent rise of games made by independent animators, there were a number of films that mimic the aesthetics, narrative styles, and functions of video games; we will take a look at a selection of these films which best express this impulse.
It is with big pleasure, that we can announce the appearance of the newly designed ASIFA Magazine!
Celebrated filmmaker and passionate evangelist of handcrafted cinema, Steven Woloshen, has released his latest colorfully informative book on handmade film techniques, Scratch, Crackle & Pop: a whole grains approach to making films without a camera.