Lose yourself in other worlds, with news and movie reviews of animated films from around the globe. Includes links to watch free movies at SBS On Demand (where available).

A core memory.
The main thing that sets innovative animation outfit Pixar apart from its risk-averse rivals (…and owners) has been its willingness to wade into deeper emotional waters and expose little minds to Big Feelings. The best of its movies offer...
Befitting a movie made about the pleasure of assembling tiny parts into an unexpected whole, The Lego Movie is an intricate piece that delights in both celebrating and mocking movie archetypes, the commercialisation of childhood experience, and...
Cannes winner artfully shapes terrifying true story.
ADELAIDE FILM FESTIVAL: What recourse is available for the documentary filmmaker when footage of his or her subject doesn’t exist? Or the film is located, but is, tragically, disintegrating in rusted cans and thus unusable? Finally, what if the...
A controversial – and dull – final film from Japan's animation master.
VENICE FILM FESTIVAL: By the time some assembly line workers cheer the arrival of a new flange component—it even comes in a package, like a present—you might be forgiven for wondering exactly what kind of industrial-education film you’re watching...
Burton back to form with old school passion project.
Tim Burton and his world-class stop-motion animators have fashioned a horror movie that's anything but horrible. The level of craftsmanship on display is sky high

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