Indie-mation, Reviews

Introducing the Indie Film Series!

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Studios like Disney and DreamWorks get a lot of attention (and deservedly so, for the most part), but there is a whole world of animation outside of the main American studio system. With this series, we aim to introduce dozens of wonderful films that easily deserve a place next to classics like The Lion King or Toy Story.

Starting this Friday, we’ll be featuring a different independent animated film every weekend. Tune in and watch with us as we review and discuss independent animation, from Akira to Balto to 9 and even to the Barbie movies.

Our first film will be featured on Friday – watch it with friends this weekend sometime between the Annie Awards and the Super Bowl (or instead of the Super Bowl?) – and the full Rotoscopers review comes Monday. Each featured indie will work the same, giving you plenty of time to watch the film yourself over the weekend before reading our reviews.

Follow along, watch the featured films, and hopefully we’ll help you expand your animation library. Join us this Friday, February 2nd, as we start the Indie Film series!

Have a favorite indie animated movie? Comment below!

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About Kajsa Rain Forden

Kajsa is a writer from foggy San Francisco, living in sunny LA. She spends most of her time writing, binge-watching animated movies, and working in web design. With a soft spot for stop-motion, her favorite films are Coraline, Castle In The Sky, and The Thief and the Cobbler (Recobbled). You can find her on Twitter, or Pinterest, and most other social media @TheKajsaRain, or at Disneyland.