As Bojack Horseman heads for the knackers’ yard, Stephanie Provan salutes the show’s defiant demands on its audience
Live action updates of Disney classics are a pale imitation of the originals, and only one shall go the ball, writes Nathanael Smith
Nathanael Smith salutes the anarchic brilliance of Don Hertzfeldt
Nathanael Smith selects his five favourite TV animations ever
Music videos have long sought to harness the power of animation. Nathanael Smith chooses five of the best.
Nathanael Smith salutes five animations which combine inspiring messages of hope and calls for positive change
Happy Birthday to Fantasia which first graced cinema screens in 1940. Nathanael Smith on a genuinely bravura classic
Nathanael Smith on Star Wars’ affinity with animation
DTRH talks to Phillip Vaughan, animation course director at DJCAD
Nathanael Smith dons a giant Santa hat and unconvincing beard to choose his five favourite Christmas animations
Pixar’s mix of invention and creative intervention looks to have paid off again in The Good Dinosaur, writes Nathanael Smith
Happy 20th birthday Toy Story! Nathanael Smith on the movie which changed animation forever
As Halloween looms, DTRH looks at the scariest monsters in animation. Quivering behind the sofa: Nathanael Smith
As the Africa in Motion Film Festival opens, Nathanael Smith celebrates the rise of African animation
Nathanael Smith assesses some of this week’s new animation releases
Nathanael Smith looks forward to the sixth Scotland Loves Anime festival
Animator Satoshi Kon still inspires long after his untimely death, writes Nathanael Smith
George Lucas’ new animation movie is half-baked, writes Nathanael Smith
Mark Kermode is over-optimistic about the current state of animation, writes Nathanael Smith
Nathanael Smith on the vile ubiquity of the Minions
Nathanael Smith meets Song of the Sea director Tomm Moore
Nathanael Smith highlights the best animation shorts from EIFF.
Nathanael Smith on Pixar’s five brightest ideas.
Nathanael Smith on the work of Barry Purves, the master of stop motion, who visits Edinburgh Filmfest this week.
Nathanael Smith previews the animation on show at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival
Nathanael Smith meets the directors of the magnificent Shaun the Sheep movie
Xavier Picard’s hand-drawn animation captures the charm of the original Moomins, writes Nathanael Smith
Nathanael Smith looks at the five most exciting directors working in animation today
Launching a new column on animation, Nathanael Smith argues the art form is a more than a match for “real” movies in technical skill and story-telling panache.