I don't know if anyone here's heard about this movie, but it's gotten really good buzz from film festivals and critics who were able to see it. It'll be on PBS in New York this week, and for now, it's available to stream on the website, if anyone's interested. I thought it was really creative and beautifully designed, especially since one woman wrote, directed, designed, and animated it.
Edit: I should probably say what it's about a little. It's the story from the Ramayana of Hindu religion, only told from the point of view of Rama's (the main character in the original) wife Sita (she has musical numbers set to old blues songs from the '20s by Annette Hanshaw that move the plot along). There are breaks in the narrative where three shadow puppets offer some explanation and debate some of the contradictions/ confusing points of the story, and there's also a parallel to the Ramayana story with autobiographical material from the writer/director's life about the disintegration of her marriage. It's actually a really charming, funny, entertaining, and creative film and I really encourage people to give it a look if you like Hindu religion, Indian culture, animation, or just film in general.
Update: Here's a link to the website with a list of places to see it online, either streaming or for download. It'll get updated as more places become available.