THE WOLF HOUSE – Review by Diane Carson

Cinema today offers a treasure trove of animated films, nothing more imaginative than the Chilean fantasy The Wolf House, La Casa Lobo in its original Spanish. Writers/directors Joaquin Cociña and Cristóbal León transform a fairy tale nightmare into a haunting, disturbing story through stop-motion animation using what looks like paper mâché characters along with two and three dimensional objects.

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RUBEN BRANDT: COLLECTOR – Review by Martha K. Baker

Ruben Brandt: Collector draws on art. Nominees for Best Animated Film of 2018 were lackluster to say the least, but the list for 2019 will be led by the astounding Ruben Brandt: Collector. The plot is tiny and almost unessential, but the execution of the animation will open your eyes and the music will alert you to more art.

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