Any animated full length film outside of America, anime can work just fine but don't over flood the thing till we forget what were talking about. Other countries matter to.
> Other countries matter too
Sorry, I thought this was a commie-free zone.
It's a pretty decent film, refreshing style and setting. It does get pretty grim though, as PTSD films are usually destined to go...
Shilling Allegro non Troppo because I'm a hipster and that's what we do.
Excellent film. The Congress was great, too.
Only other films I can think of and seen would be Persopolis and the Illusionist, both French animated films with very different styles.
The former is a pretty interesting tale of growing up during the Iranian revolution in the 1970's.
The later is a reworked modern fairytale which is a little slow and flat at the end, but the animation is very nice to watch.
>there are people on /co/ who haven't seen this.
Song of the Sea and Secret of Kells are pretty nice.
This is great, but if I made it I'd replace The Painting and The Day of the Crows with Ernest & Celestine and Fantastic Planet.
Fantastic Planet especially might be one of my favorite animated movies.
jiří trnka & jan švankmajer
two most influential czech stop motion animators.
then have some Yuriy Norshteyn
and i like Ernest et Celestine
dont just stick to feature legth animated films, plenty short films can be just as emotional as fuckin disnep.
Legend of the Titanic. Italian animated film with animation outsourced to SEK Studio of North Korea.
The Princes and the Magic Mirror (or Tom Little and the Magic Mirror). Cuba's first CG animated full-length film. An article on how the team struggled to finish that film: http://www.cartoonbrew.com/cgi/cubas-first-cg-feature-tom-little-and-the-magic-mirror-opens-sunday-101594.html
Well, I guess OP did neglect to request good movies.
Russian CG film The Snow Queen; came before Frozen by almost a year.
"Ramayana: The legend of Prince Ram" was a Japanese and Indian collaborated film.
The Adventures of Prince Achmed was great.
The Illusionist by Sylvain Chomet
Mary and Max, Australian, breddy gud
Brendan and the Secret of Kells
A Monster in Paris
The Journey to Melonia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Journey_to_Melonia), loosely based on Shakespeare's Storm
if you liked mary and max give it a watch
the moon man
french animated german film. very pretty
Ronal the Barbarian, its from Denmark and while i haven't watched it yet, from what I can tell is that its pretty much PG-ier Oglaf with boobs and bulges everywhere.
Honestly I can thank /co/ for finding this one. I still want to find it and watch it.
Day of the crows is nice, but only for the animation and backgrounds. Beautiful art sadly wasted on a bad script. Pic related, same deal.
Son of the White Mare
>yfw Russians are bringing classic Disney back
God bless Russia
Anyone seen this? The story is all over the place, but I kinda liked how it had no fucks to give whatsoever.
I saw it, it's ok and there's plenty of tits. One scene has a barbarian girl crushing skulls between her's. Story/characters are nothing special but the flamboyant elf was funny.
Speaking of danes, my danish friend had me watch this. Animation is ugly but it was a fucking trip and I genuinely enjoyed it if not for the fact I haven't seen anything quite like it. English dub was weird so I watched it with an english sub.
Ever since I saw the movie I've wanted to read the comic, but I can't find it anywhere.
Not scans, not even in Parisian comic book stores.
I've been meaning to watch this for a while. Maybe not feature length, but its a Russian musical about the Bremen Town Musicians.
Who is that donger monger?