25.10.10 by Jeff

Poketo x Gary Baseman Giveaway!

Poketo is releasing a series of wallets featuring the work of Gary Baseman and I have snagged 3 of them to give away to you!

poketo gary baseman wallet giveaway

poketo gary baseman wallet giveaway

Want one of the wallets? What is your favourite animated film of all time? Leave your answer in the comments below!

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3 Winners will be picked Friday October 29th.

Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • mars

    Spirited Away!


    hands down, Spirited Away. or anything Miyazaki really.

  • Zac Benloulou

    As lame as I feel saying it: Aladin

  • Devon

    Waking Life: without a doubt my favorite animated film of all time.

    • Jessy

      (well technically it is rotoscoping)

  • merkku

    Miyazaki stuff, Spirited Away etc.!

  • Amanda

    The Lion King.

  • meaghan k

    Tekkonkinkreet !!!

  • I don’t know if it count but I love “VINCENT” a short film by Tim Burton with the voice of Vincent Price

  • Des

    The Phantom Tollbooth

  • Waltz with Bashir.

  • Mat

    The Iron Giant

  • julia


  • One of my all time favorites… Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack.

  • Wall-E!
    I find it absolutely amazing how much emotional was conveyed with dialogue in that movie. :)

  • Frio


  • Leonardo

    I was trying to think of somebody else than miyazaki but Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind is a masterpiece

  • Pochahontas. Paint with all the colors of the wind

  • Trevor

    Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis”

  • Brett Brett Brett Smith Smith Smith

    possibly Waltz With Bashir

  • TAZ

    I love Tekkonkinkreet by Michael Arias and studio 4c. I really like it’s artwork and the methaphors that contains.

  • Melissa Navarro

    Hedgehog in the Fog !!!!!!!! de Yuri Norstein! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRsXU4Q6a0Q&feature=related

  • Grave of the Fireflies. More powerful than most live action films I’ve seen.

  • For me: The Incredibles.

  • Kelvin Poon

    The Lion King!!!! Who doesn’t love Timon and Pumba?

  • shanon


    the best

  • My fav one is Yellow submarine. Music and animation together like a perfect mixture.

  • Sarah

    Paprika by Satoshi Kon.

  • Micah

    It’s a tie between Akira and Triplets of Belleville.

  • Melissa

    Hedgehog in the fog !! de Yuri Norstein!


  • Paprika.
    It’s insanest.

  • Fantasia

  • so

    hey, some douche reported this link on facebook and i couldn’t be redirected because of it. :/
    anyways, my favorite animated movie of all time would probably be..

    the cat returns

    :) also a miyazaki fan here. this one has a world of cats and who doesn’t love cats?

  • The disney version of Robin Hood.

  • Ghost In The Shell.

  • Kaitlin

    Mulan. that movie, though as historically inaccurate as it is, has taught me much. Nothing historical (as stated previously, I know much of it is wrong), but this movie taught me that I don’t NEED to keep to society’s beliefs and do what I think is right. Also, Eddie Murphy. COME ON!

  • Nocha Mckenna

    Who framed Roger Rabbit?

  • Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind.

    Hayao Miyazaki

  • Lisa

    I love The Iron Giant. However, I recently saw Fantastic Planet and it was pretty amazing.

  • SHREK has to be my #1 :)

  • James

    Walle of course!

  • Sue

    Peter Pan. I love classic 2D Disney animation :)

  • so

    oh i forgot to uncheck notify me.. awesome.
    i forgot to say that i met gary baseman at a wellstone campaign track! he definitely was not appreciated enough, geez!

  • Lisa

    The Iron Giant is one of my favorites. However, I recently saw a movie called Fantastic Planet that was, well, pretty fantastic.

  • Spirited away though its tight competition with Pocahontas.

  • Sam

    Absolutely: Alice in Wonderland.
    Never gets old, always beautiful.

  • Grace

    I was raised on Miyazaki’s work!
    “Spirited Away” just blew my nine year old mind away, and it still does every time I watch it.

  • walter petrichyn

    Hands down, my favourite animated movie is The Great Mouse Detective (1986)

    props to the guy that said “vincent”, I suppose I just adore Vincent Price’s work too much.

    (p.s. I won a wallet contest last year so I totally understand if I don’t get chosen)

  • Thomas

    Grave of the Fireflies

    Isao Takahata

  • Nicole Jang

    Princess Mononoke! I heart the MIYAZAKI love here!

  • natts

    Who framed Roger Rabbit

    • nobody

      thumbs up!

  • Marty

    Pinocchio (1940): Without a doubt!

  • Lucas

    Toy story

  • Aliocha

    Nobody said Princess Mononoke?

  • ana

    Feet of Song – Erica Russell

  • Amy

    I do love Disney animations, but How To Train Your Dragon is all I can think about right now. Though I’ve been hearing a lot about Spirited Away. I really want to watch that!

  • Monsters inc. For reals. It always rains on my face when the kid says “kitty”. Emotional.

  • Christobal

    Les triplettes de Belleville

  • Claire

    I would have to say Tekkon Kinkreet! (Steel reinforced concrete) this animated film was directed by Micheal Arias! The original manga is drawn by Taiyo Matsumoto!!

  • Akira

  • Dude..

    Brave Little Toaster.

    That goodness still makes me sob atom bombs.

  • Wait no.

    Land Before Time.

    Up to now, I still go around chasing for tree stars.

  • Rbtal

    My fav: Fantastic Planet (planete sauvage)

    • Lorie

      Fantastic Planet, best animation ever. The soundtrack is awesome!

  • For me it’s a tie between Les Triplettes de Belleville and Fantastic Mr.Fox. Very different from each other but both totally amazing in there own way!

  • ben

    fritz the cat

  • Camz

    Wall-E :)

  • Adam

    for me it is definately ‘Vampire Hunter D’. Fantastic conception and brilliant depiction of non ‘I shimmer in the light’ and ‘I drink blood out of a bottle’ vampires.

  • Jewell

    Iron Giant.
    All the way man, all the way.

  • Kim

    Nausicaa of the valley wind

    • Hollie

      This too <3

  • Jill

    The Land Before Time!!! …I haven’t seen all the sequels but the first one is good enough for me :)

  • For me, It’s a tie between Up and Wall-E. Disney/Pixar just becomes more and more amazing year after year.

  • Buster

    My Neighbour Totoro

  • Jack Subsinsky

    Can’t go wrong with Fern Gully

  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs…. loved it !

  • Am


    The wallets are really lovely btw.

  • Maya

    Who framed Roger Rabbit!!
    ‘im not bad, im just drawn that way!’

  • Jack

    Can’t go wrong with Fern Gully;
    but since its Gary Baseman why not Teacher’s Pet?!

  • Kayla Christian

    Alice in Wonderland..no matter how old you get or how you’re feeling it always wonderful ^.^ I <3 Alice's innocents

  • Ryan

    Heavy Metal!

  • Ryan

    Heavy Metal, for sure!

  • Tom

    The Triplets of Belville by Sylvain Chomet is super awesome.

  • Alex

    Akira !!! (spirited away is a close second)

  • claudia

    Fantastic Mr. Fox! Wes Anderson’s movies always get me with their soundtracks. Loved to see those red haired foxes running to the Heroes and Villains song!

  • Natasha

    The Lion King without a doubt

  • brigita

    The Lion King

  • Vanessa

    Fantastic Mr. Fox! Done the old fashion-stop-motion way :)

  • Fay

    Rarg: “Animated film about the land of Rarg which was so perfect that the sun never rose until it was absolutely sure that everyone was awake. Everybody in Rarg was happy until one day they discovered that they were just a dream.”

  • Susan

    Renaissance-Paris 2054 by Christian Volckman

  • I am a huge fan of this beautiful wall-painting animation: http://vimeo.com/13085676

  • The Lion King!
    Everybody loves HAKUNA MATATA!

  • Miguel

    My neighbour Totoro!


    The Adventures of Prince Achmed

  • Wojtek

    Waltz With Bashir!

  • I’m a huge fan of this beautiful wall-painting animation:

  • Lorie

    I’d have to say Fantastic Planet (Le Planete Sauvage). It’s a French flick from the 70’s. Not only is the movie wicked strange, the soundtrack is Gold!

  • The Triplets of Belleville

  • Joanna

    Russian/Soviet cartoon called something like “Well, you just wait” (Ну погоди) and is about a crazy wolf and a hare. And yes, the wolf just tries to catch and probably eat the little hare. Love it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBfCgY35yWg

  • When the wind blows is an amazing mixture of animation and stop motion, which has an amazing mix of sly comedy and complete bleakness following a nuclear attack. Plus Bowie is on the soundtrack how more awesome could it be?

  • Gandahar by René Laloux! Masterpiece!!!!

  • Ley

    Howl’s Moving Castle!

  • Pauline

    Aladdin forever!

  • Ley

    Spirited Away – if I were a movie, that would be it. :)

  • kirsten

    pocahontas (:

  • Appleseed or Akira definitely!

  • austin


  • lily


  • Only Yesterday.

    A little bit of an odd choice some might say, but I love that it’s so oridinary and seems like it doesn’t even need to be animated – but that’s what makes it so gorgeous :)

  • Alice in Wonderland, Walt Disney Productions.

  • Kirsten

    Mulan!!! classic Disney how can you not love it, of course the sequel was pretty crappy, but the first one was amazing. For a brief period of my childhood I wanted to pursue a career a Chinese warrior, i didn’t really consider the fact that I wasn’t Chinese, didn’t live in china (and probably never will) and had no athletic ability to speak of, but thats the magic of Disney, they fill children with unrealistic hope, I was so disappointed when I realized i’d never fall in love with an sexy army commander :(

  • Pete

    “Les triplettes de Belleville” by Sylvain Chomet.
    The most beautiful animated film i’ve ever seen.

  • Waking life by Richard Linklater.

  • Baby Snakes – Frank Zappa/ Bruce Bickford


  • I love “Fantastic Mr.Fox” from Wes Anderson!!! Is amazing!

  • Watership Down by Martin Rosen

  • sean coryell

    …”Beavis and Butthead Do America”…

    …(…with an Honorable Mention to Multimedia Artist Beeple. His new video for Flying Lotus, is sick


  • First half of Wall-E FTW !

  • Maja

    Grave of the fireflies. (Hotaru no haka)
    I was deeply moved by this film.

  • jmc
  • princess mononoke!!

  • Michal Kalinowski

    Lion King!

  • Persepolis was great; it was about the Islamic revolution in Iran and so much more.

  • Cat Soup!

  • The Wall, Pink Floyd

  • Rebecca Van Der Werff

    Destino by Salvador Dali and Walt Disney.
    Stunning animation!

  • Cody

    James and the Giant Peach!

  • jk

    I though Please Say Something by David O’Reilly pretty much reinvented the form.

  • Spirited Away!

  • Laurel

    Tekkonkinkreet is gorgeouss. I’m also a great fan of Heavy Metal!

  • Mad Monster Party (1967)

  • Caroline Rhodes

    Howl’s Moving Castle is the best!

  • I have to say Paprika, this movie is a must see.

  • Aaron

    I rise my hand for Princess Mononoke!

  • abby

    Toy Story. It begins here.

  • I can’t believe nobody’s said the Aristocats! Mostly singing, mostly dancing, AND a mostly cat cast!

  • Michelle

    Toy Story is my favorite!

  • Cleo

    It’s not really something I watched as a kid but “The Triplets of Belleville” is awwwwwesome!

  • Travis

    Princess Mononoke!

  • The Iron Giant!

  • Stefan

    Tonari no Totoro

  • Jonny P

    Toy story 1… the original tale of toys finding their way in this mixed up world of ours… also there are green one eyed aliens…. cant go wrong

  • eli

    anything by Jan Svankmajer

  • Robert

    the lion king!

  • Sue Larsen

    Snow White

  • The Triplets of Belleville

  • I love so many animation movies, but The Fantastic Mr. Fox is my favorite!

  • Chris Foster

    It’s a tie between ‘Waltz with Bashir’ and ‘Howl’s Moving Castle’

    Both are just to good to choose.

  • Mark

    The Iron Giant

  • Hard to choose… but i’m gonna pick Waking Life. (runners up: Tekkon Tinkreet and Howl’s Moving Castle)

  • Wow! There are so many great ones that it’s hard to choose…”Spirited Away” maybe. Miyazaki is one of the best! I’ve seen a lot of great shorts & independent films, but I can’t remember their names, right now, so of the major film makers, anything by Miyazaki gets my vote.

  • Clara Stadler-W.

    Wallace and Gromit- A grand day out

  • My childhood favorite was The Princess and the Goblins, but if I had to choose an all time favorite, I would choose 101 Dalmatians.

    it’s been forever since i’ve seen it, but it always stuck in my mind.
    poor poor chanticleer.

  • Rescuers Down Under – had that on repeat for yeaaaars as a kid. I loved Wilbur (John Candy), still makes me laugh

  • kat


  • <3 the brave little toaster <3

  • Conrad Sly

    How about some experimental animation! The film _grau, by Robert Seidel, is one of the most interesting animations I’ve ever seen – remarkably haunting, it really sticks with you after you’ve seen it. As far as I know, no one can figure out how he created this masterpiece, although he’s stated that he somehow manipulates his drawings in 3d. His animated paint technique is just amazing! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLkpEjxiSBo

  • ian

    The Nightmare Before Christmas.

  • Nicky P

    Right now, The Princess and the Frog. It changes a lot.

  • Drew

    Disney’s Robin Hood

  • Ark

    A Town Called Panic

    HI larious!

  • Wes


  • Wizards!!!!

  • dave


  • Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind !! i’ve always thought it was truly brilliant

  • Gram

    The Triplets of Belleville [Les Triplettes de Belleville]

    • abby

      The Triplets of Belleville : )

  • Scott Stanley

    I do enjoy the classic He Man and the masters of the Universe, even though it isn’t a film I thought it deserved a vote for fun animation.

  • Scott

    Oh Yeah, does anyone remember the 80’s transformers animated movie with Unichron.
    Amazzzzzzzzzzzing, with a radical rock & roll soundtrack to match.

  • abby aceves

    The Triplets of Belleville

  • The Animatrix

  • Zak

    Fantastic Planet takes the cake for me, it’s too beautiful and strange not to.

  • wren

    oh man, princess mononoke for suuuuuure!

  • Karl

    the fox and the hound

  • Kiki’s Delivery Service

  • Joel

    Waking Life!

  • Hedgehog in the fog!

  • Amanda

    The Little Mermaid

  • Nausicaa of the valley of the wind.

  • Cassie

    Ahhh, Peter Pan! Hands down! Everything about that story is how I wish life would be. If I ever have spawn, I will emulate Mrs. Darling.

  • I have to say Walt Disney’s The Rescuers. I watched it over and over when I was a kid.

  • Jeff

    A Scanner Darkly

  • Jasha

    The Triplets of Bellville :)

  • Conor

    The brave little toaster

  • Alicia

    Fantastic planet!!

  • Miguel

    The Incredibles!!! great artwork

  • Luis Colina

    Toy Story!

  • fernando

    belle et sébastien

  • gay purr-ee is my favorite animated film. i used to watch it every weekend as a kid… and after that, some classic muppet show from the 70s!

  • Waking Life, hands down.

  • cameron

    The Incredibles

  • Panique au village!

    French cowboys, horses and aliens.. it’s perfect.

  • James

    The Triplets of Bellville

  • Disney’s Beauty and the Beast…duh…

  • Jasmine

    The Little Mermaid… when I was younger knew all the words… still might in fact. HA! :D

  • The Emperor’s New Groove for it’s writing and hilarity–but Coraline for it’s story and art direction.

  • Emily

    La Planète Sauvage is the best animated movie ever

  • I looooove Howl’s Moving Castle…and Beauty & the Beast!

  • Chris

    Dumbo, I could watch this movie over and over again.

  • Brian

    Akira or Spirited Away or Princess Mononoke. Actually, it is Akira…the first animated film that blew my mind.

  • I have to choose just one animated film to be my favorite? Wow. That’s hard. I guess I’d have to choose My Neighbor Totoro. Who doesn’t want to curl up on that big-smiled fuzzy belly and take a nap? I know I do …

  • The Rescuers Down Under FTW!~!!!!

  • Totoro! CATBUSSSSSS!

  • mariano

    ALICE – the 1988 version directed by Jan Švankmajer

    amazing surrealism !!

    it could also be DESTINO, a collaboration between salvador dalí and disney

  • When I was young I loved Pete’s dragon.

  • Burnso

    I wish I was super-cool and could mention some awesome, animated, indie-film.

    But; Toy Story is my favourite animated film. Why? No film hits the nail so spot on when it comes to what I day-dreamed of as a boy.

  • Smack6102

    Who framed Roger Rabbit

  • sam

    Wallace and Gromit, A Close Shave

  • aicharealsun

    Nightmare Before Christmas (If we push the boundaries of this category)
    Persepolis (if we push the boundaries of the meaning favorite)

  • jeremy

    zeee pagemaster. the pagemasterrrrrrrrrr

  • Dylan


    The collaboration between Walt Disney & Dali.

  • Anny

    The Lion King.

  • Katelyn

    FRITZ THE CAT. It’s pretty groovy stuff. :3

  • zurine


  • jayo

    Belleville rendezvous or Totoro

  • Princesa Mononoke, Hayao Miyazaki!

  • My favortite movie would DEFINITELY have to be Kiki’s Delivery Service. It was the first Hayao Miyazaki film I ever saw and from that moment on I knew I was in love with his work.

  • Caio

    My favorite film is ‘Mind Game’ by Masaaki Yuasa, from studio 4ºC. If I could add another one, I would say Disney’s
    “Sword In the Stone”.

  • The Iron Giant!

  • Howl’s Moving Castle! ♥

  • OK, the question is, how else can I get one of those amazing wallets? Cus scrolling down the comments I see they pretty much covered all my favorites.

  • Howl’s Moving Castle!

  • Susan

    Mulan! “We’ll make a man out of you….”

  • d0k

    “muto” a wall painted animation by blu

  • Calliope

    So gotta be Disney’s Robin Hood! A classic tale with animals; can it be beat? I think NOT. :) And I guess the Little Mermaid has to be on here too, because I remember seeing it in the theater when it came out!! sorta scary…

  • Kairi

    Kaichou wa Maid-sama.. If it counts as an animated film.

  • The Secret of NIMH

  • durrenshake

    The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

  • Princess Mononoke, Up and Yellow Submarine (1968)!

  • Ana

    up always cracks me up! hahaha

  • Carlos Escalon

    I have loved the Mazinger Z movie for about 25 years. Can´t seem to find it though, so I stick to watching seasons 1 and 2 of the series. Aphrodite A shooting her boobs as rockets is still amazing after all these years.


  • Dan Patric

    I LOVE and am STILL scared by Fantasia!

  • Marathon dancin’ doop dee doop!! The Triplets of Belville by Sylvain Chomet! that´s my number one! but I also love Princess Mononoke by Miyazaky an Up, by Pixar.

  • Sami Saarenheimo

    Animal Farm

  • amanda

    the point

  • Eleanor Ford


  • Caitlingflawsy

    Favorite Animated film has got to be Once Upon A Forest!!!
    I named my dog after one of the characters when I was 5:)



  • Caitlingflawsy

    Once Upon A Forest!! Named my dog after one of the characters!

  • Yoshi

    Beauty and the Beast! The only movie that makes eating porridge look so good.

  • felipe f.

    tim burton’s “vincent”.

  • “The Hobbit” (1977) animated TV special!

  • Erica Mao

    My Neighbor Totoro! Favorite animated movie as a kid…and now <3
    I visited the Ghibli Museum in Japan and was blown away!

  • Colin Cossi


  • Up!

    Great story, music, and characters!

  • rachel

    anything wallace and gromit or disney’s pinnocchio!

  • Hollie

    Casper/Yellow Submarine!

  • jordan


  • Ariel

    The Little Mermaid. Mostly because my name is Ariel

  • rombo

    mind game

  • Margaret

    This is hard because I love too many animated films! Probably Howl’s Moving Castle.

  • rombo

    La Planete Sauvage (1973), de René Laloux

  • Jerry Tea

    Pinnochio gets my vote


  • Jim

    Feature film: Fantasia for its creative nature.
    Short film: Bambi meets Godzilla for quick hit of humor.

  • Anything by Yuri Norstein. “Hedgehog in the Fog” is my favorite followed by “Seasons”. He animated using shelves of glass, setting up layers of the scene on each and shooting from above.

    Hedgehog in the Fog:


  • you can’t forget DUMBO! nothing can overcome this trippy part! is just the best!


  • Mad monster party

  • Mark

    The Simpsons Movie, there, I said it..someone had to !!

  • urbodyelectric

    Secret of Nimh !!!

  • It’s all about the Triplets of Belleville! The character designs in that film are incredible, and the music and movement is so fantastic!

  • I might say it should be: Fantasia. By Disney.

  • BLOOD TEA AND RED STRING, stop motion counts??

  • Just as everyone else
    Spirited Away from Miyazaki.
    No brainer!

  • urbodyelectric


  • Peter’s Dragon!!

  • Tokyo Godfathers!

  • Denise

    Hands down Ratatouille.
    The storyline was great, and you really can’t go wrong with Pixar!

  • Danielle Krull

    My Neighbor Totoro.

  • blood tea and red string, stop-motion counts???

  • Adam Saltzberg

    Persepolis. Incredible, hands down the best animated film I’ve ever seen.

  • joooooookalyn

    little nemo!……… the animation still scares the flip out of me.

  • AMY

    Tonari no Totoro (My Neighbor Totoro) by Miyazaki

  • Dalton

    Oh man!!! I’m pretty damn sure those wallets would go beautifully with my collection of Poketo Apparel (their clothing is like my crack!).

    But anyways, in terms of answering the question it really is a no contest answer for me. Before I say what it is though, it should be made clear that my collection/admiration for animated film is both extensive and deep. However, that being said, my holy grail so-to-speak of animated film would have to be the Fantasia. This isn’t just a movie to me. This made up the better part of my early childhood, in which, with a somewhat cult-like fascination I’d watch this movie (or at the very least listen) everyday. Honestly, if you asked me why then, I couldn’t have told you, but now it’s just so clear to me how much it was shaping the rest of my art/music oriented life. I still can’t help but instantly play some sort of animation in my head whenever I listen to music (and didn’t even realize the source of this until much more recently).

    I could go on forever about what I feel when watching, but basically, Fantasia is pretty much, like, my fav.

    P.S. I’d like to point out my second runner up would have to be Don Hertzfeldt’s Rejected Cartoons.

  • María

    My neighbor Totoro!!! ^_^

  • aratoh

    was blown away (and mindf#d) by Akira and that was a long time ago.

  • Dumbo!!! :):) still makes me cry to this day!

  • Antti

    Bambi vs. Godzilla

  • Hugo

    Peter And The Wolf.

  • Marie

    The Old Man and the Sea by Aleksandr Petrov, stunning paint on glass animation.

  • The Brave Little Toaster, hands down!

  • Brave Little Toaster!

  • Phil

    Yip, Spirited Away from Miyazaki.No Doubt

  • Brittany

    The Lion King

  • I love all of the “Wallace and Gromit” movies, they are outstandingly brilliant. Absolutely.

    Plus, my dad loves Gary Baseman (has a tat!) and his birthday is this week—can you say perfect present..??!!

  • alice in wonderland, the stop motion one :)

  • joselyn

    MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO (but NOT the disney version)

  • mmm, howl’s moving castle?

  • Travis


  • Eric

    The Secret Of Kells

  • Morgan

    I like pinocchio.

  • Richard

    Cowboy Bebop movie #2 simply for the flawless flow of content from the series, movie #1, and onto the movie #2. The content of the series was mind blowing for the time of completion as well as the execution of the story and characters. One must not note the classics such as lion king. When one thinks about 29 frames per second as well as having beautiful scenes 29 times a second is mind blowing. The animators at Disney are true masters. But… Its the content that gets me to choose Movie #2

    • Richard

      Apologies first off, I made a mistake while posting. Unintentionally I stated a negation of my intentional purpose. I meant to state “one must not forget to note the classics”.

  • Rejected from Don Hertzfeldt !

  • Heather S

    My favorite is Cinderella!

  • Dan

    Disney’s 101 Dalmations. it’s by far the most well-designed and aesthetically pleasing animated film of all time. close seconds are Sylvain Chomet’s Triplets of Belleville, Spirited Away, and then the movie that revived mainstream stop-motion, The Fantastic Mr. Fox.

  • Satoshi Kon’s Paprika! I’m so glad to see other people listing it as well. Since I’m all about dreams, it rocked my world when I discovered it this year.

  • Joshua

    Fehérlófia by Marcell Jankovics

    Watch it on YouTube to assess its superiority:

  • Jenny

    Fooly Cooly

  • Definately Bednobs and Broomsticks, for some reason it’s always stayed in my head. But only half animated I guess, so would I get half a wallet?

  • ross

    Teenage mutant ninja turtles, Teenage mutant ninja turtles, Teenage mutant ninja turtles, Turtles in a half shell, TURTLE POWER!

  • Animal Farm (1954)

    When the old horse is taken away, the screaming donkey makes me cry.

  • Zoli

    Akira is far the best classic animated film!

  • Stacy

    Persepolis, Hands down.

  • Mind Game, or Paprika, or Whisper of the Heart.

  • Ralg

    An American Tail !!!!!!!

  • Fantastic Mr. Fox ….: )

  • Ninein

    It’s haunting me! I saw this Alice in wonderland as a kid, with very strange finnish dubs. They were awfully timed. Still don’t know whose is it..

  • samara

    Land before time or all dogs go to heaven

  • woo awesome!

    my ffavorite movie is an argentinian film called “picado fino” (“fine powder”)

  • Heavy Metal (1981) is one of a kind: science fiction, fantasy, sex and a great deal of graphic violence!!!!!!

  • bryan

    quite possibly the great mouse detective

  • Todd

    Probably… Scary Movie 1 (2000)

  • reed

    Mine has to be Dumbo. Fantastic film all around and I nostalgia every time it comes up.

  • The Danish Poet. Simple and elegant with a twist of sweet humor. love it!

  • alison

    Spirited away.

  • Rae Bees

    Peter and The Wolf. The music made it so epic and that wolf terrified me for the longest.

  • Meris

    Beauty and the Beast!

  • Putte

    The Lion King

  • The Salad Fingers series by David Firth.


  • kim

    waking life is fabulous. i want to watch this tim burton/vincent price combo, though!

  • Garcia

    Mary Poppins!

  • La Maison En Petits Cubes!

  • Fanelle

    To me, it is by far the anime serie Cowboy Bebop by Shinichirō Watanabe.

  • Maria

    Beauty and the Beast

  • michelle

    The cat returns!

  • Ricky

    Dragonball Z Movie 8 – Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan FTW!

  • Adele

    I would say “Up” !

  • Ninja Scroll

  • Thanks to everyone who entered the contest, so many great films! The only fair thing to do was to choose 3 winners at random!

    Congratulations to:

    Kim, Zurine, and Camz

    you all have mail!

    Stay tuned, more giveaways on the way!

25.07.17 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Alice Conisbee

A selection of work by illustrator Alice Conisbee. More images below.

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25.07.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Bette Burgoyne

A selection of recent drawings by Seattle-based artist Bette Burgoyne, including her latest foray into working with colour. Click here for previous post. More images below.

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25.07.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Roger White

Paintings by artist Roger White. See more “Mirror” images below.

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25.07.17 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Boris Pelcer

A selection of work by illustrator Boris Pelcer. More images below.

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24.07.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Val Britton

A selection of recent work by artist Val Britton (previously featured here). See more images below, courtesy of the artist and Gallery Wendi Norris, San Francisco.

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