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  • Salaryman Man

    Alex Dudok de Wit welcomes the kooky king of internet anime.

    Alex Dudok de Wit
    Sunday 22 June 2014

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  • Fellini’s commercials

    Celluloid Liberation Front visits il maestro’s late-life misadventures (and mischief) in consumerville.

    Celluloid Liberation Front
    Sunday 26 January 2014

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  • Adrift

    Dylan Cave on an ambitious meditation on exile in the Arctic circle.

    Dylan Cave
    Wednesday 18 September 2013

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  • Another

    Chris Robinson stumbles upon that ultra-rare student animation that warrants its 17-minute running time. Is this Au hasard bear?

    Chris Robinson
    Monday 2 September 2013

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  • Prop4aShw

    Nathaniel Budzinski on a very open show proposal by Turner Prize-winner Mark Leckey.

    Nathaniel Budzinski
    Sunday 25 August 2013

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  • The Pub

    Joseph Pierce completes his rotoscope trilogy in masterful, macabre style, writes Gaia Meucci.

    Gaia Meucci
    Monday 24 June 2013

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  • Walk Through

    Vdrome’s current presentation – ostensibly a tour of CalArts’ campus – provokes then-and-now thoughts on the prospects for making and showing art in the ‘real’ world, says Nathaniel Budzinski.

    Nathaniel Budzinski
    Tuesday 28 May 2013

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  • A Boy and His Atom

    Chris Robinson on IBM scientists dipping their toes into the art of computer animation, starting small.

    Chris Robinson
    Tuesday 28 May 2013

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  • Eine Mural / Breakfast on the Grass (2011)

    Estonia’s unstoppable animators recreate Edouard Manet’s morning masterpiece once more – with extra tipple, finds Ian Francis.

    Ian Francis
    Sunday 24 March 2013

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  • Girl Walk // All Day

    David Jenkins clicks his heels mouse and is whisked away to a musical Manhattan wonderland.

    David Jenkins
    Sunday 3 February 2013

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