Adobe’s new Animate CC is making strides to be more animator-friendly, but is it too little, too late?
Author: Amid Amidi
“Inside Out” leads the way with 14 nominations.
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The film opened in second place at Russia’s box office earlier this month.
Bob Sabiston was offered a job three times by Steve Jobs, including two gigs at Pixar. Here’s what he did.
How many scatalogical references can you fit into a single trailer for a wholesome family film?
Adusted for inflation, “The Good Dinosaur” is Pixar’s weakest launch ever at the box office.
When you lose something dear to your heart, there is only one place it can be found: The Lost Property office.
Blame it on the yams!
“Gumball” and “Gravity Falls” also earned BAFTA Children’s Awards.
A short film celebrating the centennial of Einstein’s theory of General Relativity.
“Anomalisa” is proving that great animation can compete against anything — even live action film.
“We ultimately ran into creative differences on the direction of the project,” Faust told Cartoon Brew.
Who needs an ice bucket when you can have pie?
Walt Disney was a Nazi! Who cares if it’s true or not?
In the new “Zootopia” trailer, Disney takes us to the magical fantasyland known as the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Of the studio’s 16 films to date, no Pixar film has had a solo woman director, but Ed Catmull thinks that will change soon.
Music video by Kosai Sekine for the single “Animation” by Young Juvenile Youth.
The Disney XD series will wrap up its run with a soon-to-air one-hour series finale.
It’s about feeling good everyday.
DreamWorks says that it is not a reboot of its abandoned project “Me and My Shadow.”
Two men live together among plants and a cactus they are trying to make bloom.
Here’s the list of 10 short films that have been shortlisted for an Oscar.
What’s the right drawing tablet for you?
“Klaus,” a hand-drawn all-ages holiday comedy, is anticipating a 2019 release.
Bru decides they need to make some bucks by playing a gig, but Boegie doesn’t know how to play the bass.