Director Jonas Poher Rasmussen discusses his new documentary, which tells the remarkable story of a gay Afghan survivor.
Rebecca Sugar’s vision of a magical boy has turned into a socially conscious phenomenon that has fun with big topics. Now the challenge is to keep growing.
In Tough, Journey of a Stateless Man and Calling Home, promising young filmmakers show three different sides of immigration around the world.
A little-known condition called vaginismus prevents filmmaker Shelby Hadden from having traditional sex. But after suffering shame for years, she's ready to break the taboo.
Designer Gavin Strange’s book ‘Do Fly’ offers light-hearted practical advice to help you follow your passion and support yourself doing the work you love.
NERDO design collective pay tribute to Bukowski with a striking animated version of his short poem ‘Beer’.
Two new London exhibits showcase the work of British counterculture pioneer Jeff Keen, whose experimental short films meshed animation, culture, poetry and noise.
We've already seen a lot of our planet, said space scientist Carl Sagan in this famous talk, it's time we see a bit more of space. Brought to life in animation.
An artistic foray into outer space as part of the Royal Institution's online advent calendar 'A Place Called Space'.
The lingering pangs of parental guilt bring to life the New Yorker’s latest cover: an animated collaboration between cartoonist Chris Ware and This American Life host Ira Glass.
This handy video breaks down the Syrian conflict and shows why it has created a refugee crisis across the Middle East and Europe.
After tackling sex, pregnancy and violence with an outspoken honesty, Signe Baumane explores her own family’s history of mental illness in Rocks in my Pockets.