All-go at the mo but here's some Skwigly updates.
SWAN interview with local director Paul Hill, whose most prominent film to date is Sun, on which he worked with animator Phil Parker. He's good people, give his stuff a watch.
If you're looking for a good animation read you could do a lot worse than Rowland B. Wilson's Trade Secrets, a collection of notes to strengthen your technical muscles a bit. Have a read of my full review here.
Also over on Lightbox we have another chat with Aardman's Peter Lord on the return of Morph, which is back on TV screens for the first time in a long time.
Speaking of family-friendly, cuddly characters, one of Dan Emmerson's Fleshy Friends makes an appearance in this month's Skwigly banner. This could be one of my favourites yet: