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Move over, Captain America and Spy Smasher. Here come Bugs Bunny, Andy Panda and Gandy Goose!
Aardman’s low-budget, big-picture animation continues to compete in our blockbuster marketplace, with stop-motion animation more real than hyperreal CGI.
An homage to “Blazing Saddles,” “Blazing Samurai” is a global animated affair.
One of only two female directors currently at Disney Television Animation, Aliki Theofilopoulos speaks frankly about the ups and downs of her career in the animation industry.
“The Iron Giant: Signature Edition,” director Brad Bird’s remastered masterpiece of war, peace, and paranoia, returns to theaters this Wednesday and Sunday, with new scenes courtesy of Duncan Studio.
What would a Looney Tunes cartoon look like without any comedy? Watch this to find out.
An animation-specific roundup of panels, presentations, and other cartoon goodness at America’s biggest pop culture festival.
How many Americans even know ‘Shaun the Sheep’ has a feature film coming out in less than a month?
The ‘Bartkira’ meme goes to the next level: an animated trailer.
He voiced iconic cartoon characters like Pete Puma, Junyer Bear, and Cecil the Sea-Sick Sea Serpent.
Historian R.C. Harvey sets out to rescue great cartoonists of old from obscurity.
Steve Hulett recounts his experiences working on “Oliver & Company” and the unexpected tragedy that happened during its production.
Analyzing the performance and acting in the Academy Award-nominated film “The Boxtrolls.”
These cartoonists stood up against intimidation and fought for their right to freedom of expression. Let us celebrate their victories.
“Mexico is way more complicated than anybody thinks.” Jorge Gutierrez talks like a man on a mission. For the past decade-and-a-half, he has sought to bring a more authentic portrayal of Mexico and its people to Hollywood.
What if everybody could read your thoughts and knew all your most inner wishes and desires?
Can an animated feature about depression be entertaining too?
Join Mr. Piggy on an adventure through time and space. Please wear 25-D glasses.
Don Bluth and his troops were gone, but the studio still had an animated movie to get out. Art Stevens, now lead director, was slowly pulling the picture together with the animators and layout artists who remained loyal to the Mouse. But the animation department was still in flux.