“Goodbye, Don Glees!” is a coming-of-age story that takes longer than it should to hook you, but once it has you, you’re attentive.
Be it hand-drawn, CGI, and the various other techniques, the animation tag focuses on fully or partly animated productions.
In “Shaka Inkosi Yamakhosi” you’re given an overview of who the great Shaka Zulu was.
A veteran soldier, imprisoned after his deadly rebellion, finds the opportunity for a new life thanks to saving a little girl who thinks the world of him.
A forgettable boy meets an overwhelmingly charming woman who happens to be a vampire. Is that enough of a twist to make “Call of the Night” interesting?
“Prima Doll” may give you “Violet Evergarden” vibes as it explores the post-war life of mechanical dolls.
“Summer Time Rendering” presents a movie-level type of story which mixes the supernatural, a murder mystery, and apparently some groundhog day elements.
In this action-comedy, a boy takes advantage of most of the women in his life, but especially his demon girlfriend, who kills other demons to make him money.
In this crime drama, an egg and pork chop are cops looking for justice since there is a murderer killing eggs by the dozen.
In this alternate take on what happened in the Garden of Eden, Lilith decides to illuminate Eve to the truth about Adam and who is the first woman.
In “Pete,” whether trans, non-binary, or simply Pete, we watch as a young kid and their mom pursue the joys of little league baseball.