This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.
This list is from Stephen Cavalier's book [url=http://www.amazon.com/World-History-Animation-Stephen-Cavalier/dp/0520261127]The World History of Animation[/url] (2011).
The book starts with an introduction and brief histories of world animation, with a list of key films for each continent. The rest of the book is a chronological time line of films, with information about each film as well as biographies and explanations of animation techniques.
This is a list of the key films at the beginning of the book.
[url=http://www.imdb.com/list/sOWsFVB26-U/]IMDb list[/url] (with a list of films missing from IMDb)
[url=http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/the+world+history+of+animation+time+line/mjf314/]Time Line[/url] (iCM list)
1-27: North American
28-49: Western European
50-66: Russian and Eastern European
116-133: Australian and New Zealand
134-158: Latin American
This list contains every movie in The Animated Movie Guide by Jerry Beck not including some of the Appendix titles at the end of the book.
This list contains nearly every animated feature film to be released in the United States since 1926 up to 2004.
Back in 2007, a professor in the Netherlands used an Azureus torrent press to share 220 short animated films – 30 GB – with the world. Beltesassar's Short Animation Festival (named after the prof himself) is an incredible collection of short animations from all over the globe dating back to 1911.
While this isn't a political collection per se, there are political pieces peppered throughout, and the very nature of putting this together and making it available through file sharing is political in itself.
Note: Some short movies don't appear in icheckmovies and/or IMDb:
Play (2003), by Matt Abbiss (Vol.3)
Russian Roulette, episode of the Angry Kid short series by Darren Walsh (Vol.5)
Línea 145 (1972-1991), series (Vol.5)
The Cags (2005), short by Alexei Petrov (Vol.9)
Good song (2004), videoclip by David Shrigley (Vol.9)
Color Dream no.246 (2006), by Michael Theodore (Vol.9)
Claymation Comedy of Horrors (1991), a prime time TV special by Will Vinton (Vol.11)
Reet Petite (1986), videoclip by Giblets Studio (Vol.11)
Trigger Happy (1997), by Jeffrey Noyes Scher (Vol.13)
Le peuple de l'eau (1992), by Paul Driessen (Vol.13)
This Wonderful Life (2003), by Liam Kemp (Vol.13)
Giant Steps (2001), by Michal Levy (Vol.14)
Spin (2002), by Hoogerbrugge (Vol.15)
The Fireplace (Vol.15)
The Animated Heavy Metal Parking Lot, by Leslie Supnet (Vol.16)
Copying is not theft (2009), by Nina Paley (Vol.16)
Skazki Lesa (1997), by Elena Petkevich (Vol.17)
Cycles (2010), by Cyriak (Vol.17)
1 - 34 : Vol.1
35 - 45 : Vol.2
46 - 54: Vol.3
55 - 63: Vol.4
64 - 86: Vol.5
87 - 97: Vol.6
98 - 115: Vol.7
116 - 137: Vol.8
138 - 156: Vol.9
157 - 173: Vol.10
174 - 187: Vol.11
188 - 206: Vol.12
207 - 221: Vol.13
222 - 244: Vol.14
245 - 265: Vol.15
266 - 284: Vol.16
285 - 298: Vol.17
This list is from Jerry Beck's book [url=http://www.amazon.com/Animated-Movie-Guide-Jerry-Beck/dp/1556525915]The Animated Movie Guide[/url] (2005).
The list is divided into 3 sections:
1-20: Top 20 (U.S.-Produced) Direct-to-Video Animated Films
21-40: Top 20 (U.S.-Aired) Made-for-TV Animated Features
41-60: Top 20 Foreign Theatrical Features That Never Opened in the United States
The Annecy International Animated Film Festival is the world's most prestigious festival for animated films. The highest honour is the prize for best short film. From 1960 to 2002 it was known as the Grand Prize (Grand Prix), and since 2003 as the Annecy Cristal (Cristal d'Annecy).
The Ōfuji Noburō Award is one of the awards at the Mainichi Film Concours, and it honor excellence in Japanese animation.
In the 1980s, big budget films started to dominate the award. In 1989, they established the Animation Grand Award to reward big budget films, which allowed the Ōfuji Noburō Award to focus on lower budget independent films.
Missing from IMDb:
The Chair (1964)
Two Pikes (1961)
The Ugly Duckling (1968)
The Kindly Lion (1970)
The Flower and the Mole (1970)
Home, My Home (1970)
Tenma no Torayan (1971)
Praise be to Small Ills (1973)
The Water Seed (1975)
Towards the Rainbow (1977)
The Magic Fox (1982)
Mizu no Sei Kappa Hyakuzu (1998)
The Moon that Fell into the Sea (2013)
Crazy Little Thing (2014)
Combined the average ratings (Critic's & Users) from IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic and Letterboxd, and then weighted and tweaked the results with general film data from iCheckMovies (incl. # of Official Top Lists) and IMDb to reveal the 150 'Greatest' Animated Movies of All Time.
In 2012, the Open Russian Festival of Animated Film asked 100 animation experts to vote for the top 100 Russian animated films from 1912-2011. The cutoff for the [url=http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/golden+100+of+russian+animation/mjf314/]top 100[/url] was 23 votes. This is a list of films that received 10-22 votes. See [url=http://animator.ru/index.phtml?p=show_news&nid=1549]this page[/url] for the full list with vote counts.