I love the winter, but it’s hard to get a movie that involves the season that isn’t coaxed in sadness and/or revolves around a holiday,… Read More »Animated Anarchy’s Annecy Festival Week: Snowtime!
War and animation have a very rocky, uncomfortable history. Figures like Walt Disney and Leon Schlesinger always understood the impact of the medium, but unearthed… Read More »Animated Anarchy’s Annecy Festival Week: 25 April
One can’t deny the amount of animated stories that come from adapting fairy tales. Hell, the amount of fairy tales that moved to live action… Read More »Animated Anarchy’s Annecy Festival Week: The Girl Without Hands
For our first foreign film of festival coverage, we’ll be talking about the “Crystal” or “Best Feature Film Recipient,” My Life as a Zucchini, or… Read More »Animated Anarchy Annecy Festival Week: My Life as a Zucchini (Courgette)
Before I get started celebrating this festival of foreign films; I must thank the readers and OneOfUs.net for making Animated Anarchy possible. Keeping this blog… Read More »Animated Anarchy’s Annecy Festival Week: Moana and Inner Workings
Most of our exposure to foreign animated films comes from the land of the rising sun. Studio Ghibli is practically a household name these days… Read More »Animated Anarchy: The Case of Hana & Alice
Today we’ll be starting the reviews for Animated Anarchy & Annecy week by looking at the major Triple AAA films of the festival. April and… Read More »Animated Anarchy: April and the Extraordinary World