by Siqi Song
It’s Called “Moon” by Emanuele Kabu
David Bowie on Ziggy Stardust
A new animation by Jake Fried made with ink, gouache, white-out and coffee. Speaking with Jake earlier today, he told us he spends between 4 and 5 months on each film. That’s roughly .8 seconds per day of animation.
by Antonio Vicentini
“Don’t drive under influence of psychedelic substances.”
How to make a salad from possessed vegetables
by Andy Martin
Invading pop culture and the origin of Bart Simpson’s hairline.
An animated discussion between two men on whether anything is truly original.
“2 minutes 48 seconds of pure frustration” by Luca Tóth
A fantastic narrative thread in this film by Daniel Britt
Fans of Ralph Bakshi are in luck. Starting May 9th and continuing through the 20th, BAMcinématek will be screening seven of the Brooklyn legend’s films including Coonskin, Fritz the Cat, Wizards, and Cool World. Known for being 100% opposite of Disney, this is a rare chance to see Bakshi’s weird, perverted fantasy world on the big screen. For more information on showtimes, click here
“When You Please Your Mother By Doing Something, It Gives You The Confidence That You Can Please Other People”
Gene Wilder on getting the courage to make people laugh, in the latest Blank on Blank.
By Shaz Lym
An exciting wasteland of adventure
by Mark Sutherland
An animated adaptation of a commencement speech given by George Saunders at Syracuse University, May 2013.