Animated Films are films in which individual frames consisting of drawings, paintings, illustrations, photos of miniature models or other such images, created serially with each frame slightly differing from the previous frame, are projected in rapid succession to give the illusion of movement. The earliest animated films were hand-drawn images composed frame by frame. Movement and sound make the illustrator's static art of two-dimensional images or miniature models come alive before the viewers. Though animated films are generally targeted for and enjoyed by children, most people of all ages and educational levels are captivated by well-made animation films.
Short animated films with convincing messages combined with some lively action or story-line will easily touch the hearts of the viewers and win them over. Animated films can be used as a vehicle of useful information or as a propaganda tool or both combined. The creative freedom that animated films give is greater than other methods of film-making.