It's time to explore my Ghibli library, starting with a gorgeous volume devoted to one of their more forgotten eighties classics
This autumnal offering from Cartoon Network has been called one of the greatest cartoons of its decade, but is there more to it than its aesthetic?
Charles Solomon explores one of 2020's most enchanting films in another exceptional art book.
Amy Adams shines in Disney's crowd-pleasing self-parody, but how does the rest of it hold up?
This brief, poetic Shinkai feature may centre around a rather problematic relationship, but there's no denying the beauty of its rain-soaked vision of Tokyo
Don Hertzfeldt's debut feature makes for a good companion to Soul, exploring existentialist themes and celebrating the beauty of the mundane.
I've been waiting to see these for ages, but I've finally caught up on the Disney and Pixar canons (for now at least).
Somehow, I've broken the site record for longest article once again, so move over Anastasia – this technical marvel is one of the most important films in animation history!
Marcell Jankovics delivers a classic of Hungarian animation, 23 years in the making
I finally complete Tomm Moore's "Irish trilogy" with Cartoon Saloon's evocative debut feature