Memories of an absent loved one assume a form of their own as they emerge from a forgotten old video camera in this gorgeous, wistful work of austere graphic minimalism.
A resonant, magical, flawlessly crafted tale about confronting grief, finding peace, and the joy of giving, from the eminent South Korean studio VCRWORKS.
Mobilize undercover ultra-kawaii action playmates Piyomaru, Sweet, and Rainbow Yah! Activate battle mecha romper suits! Assume fun-time fight formation! Super techno toddler trio Baby Force is go!
Can Akino succeed at her new job as a salesperson at a luxury store catering to extinct animals? A colourful, comical, compassionate little treasure of bespoke anime.
A robot accidentally gains "human eyes" and acquires self-awareness. This robot can now see the world with a human-like vision, and becomes conscious.
The ocean’s depths are alive with dreams and nightmares for young Shenxiu in this emotionally courageous spectacle of unprecedented richness and technical innovation.
In return for Lord Choi’s life, a goblin vows to claim his daughter’s on her sixteenth birthday. A tragic, emotional animated story about family and grief, gazing into the lore of ancient Korea.
A mind-scarring anime melange of modern urban gothic, skin-crawling bio-terror, and impossible cosmic horror, all unfolding with the deranged logic of an unrelenting nightmare.
Basketball has always given Ryota and his teammates a sense of purpose, and they'll do whatever it takes to win the championship, in the award-winning anime feature film of the best-selling manga series.
A disturbing fever dream recalling the dark days of Taiwan’s White Terror period, from animator Fish Wang (GOLDFISH, Fantasia 2019).
G-Man and his arch-nemesis, the evil G-Head, have been enemies for ages. A wild, hilarious satirical rarity from Capsules, the indie animation showcase series on China’s video platform Bilibili.
Weird, witty, and wise, a satisfying slice of psychedelic sci-fantasy silliness.
Without a word of dialogue, and battle action unparalleled in the medium, a stop-motion cyberpunk wuxia epic-in-miniature that simply must be seen to be believed.
Molly dreams of pursuing her own vision but is stuck in a dreary commercial job. Things change for her when an endlessly mutable inkblot creature oozes its way into her life.
A woman’s web search reveals that someone else has been creating animated films from her social-media images. A rumination on art, identity, and regret, as exquisitely beautiful as it is disturbing.
Age-worn and adorned with vintage Japanese cultural iconography, a thrilling anime adventure that’s equal parts crazy cartoon caper, shadowy film noir, nostalgic escapade, and steampunk fantasy.
Kang Apsol, Lee Yoorim
Sore over the absence of her overworked mother, a teenage girl runs away from home, and right into a nocturnal festival of supernatural creatures — one of whom has a mysterious connection with her.
The protagonist suffers from paranoia that originates from a past incident. The protagonist confronts a monster in a subway which was the stage of the past incident.
The first South Korean stop-motion feature film in almost half a century is a snowbound arctic fantasy with a potent emotional warmth at its core.
A team of modern anime luminaries (including Rintaro and Katsuhiro Otomo) revives a lost gem of early cinema. A witty, heartfelt celebration of Japanese popular culture across the centuries!
After a classmate returns, disturbingly different, from a disappearance in the forest, it’s the turn of 10-year-old Chun Mei to be lured to the mountainside lair of a malevolent spirit.
The fifth of five brand new video vignettes from Maywa Denki, a Japanese musical toy company and art initiative, bringing their popular Otamatone device and its associated kawaii noisemakers to life.
The second of five brand new video vignettes from Maywa Denki, a Japanese musical toy company and art initiative, bringing their popular Otamatone device and its associated kawaii noisemakers to life.
The first of five brand new video vignettes from Maywa Denki, a Japanese musical toy company and art initiative, bringing their popular Otamatone device and its associated kawaii noisemakers to life.