We don’t often post trailers for animated shorts, but the 2-minute teaser for “Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker” has attracted a lot of attention over the past few days, and deservedly so.
Kevin Blankenship makes pancakes in the shapes of various cartoon characters.
“The Who, the What, and the When” is a new book by Jenny Volvovski, Julia Rothman and Matt Lamothe that celebrates the “secret sidekicks of history” who propelled famous historical figures to greatness.
Yesterday evening, Pixar quietly revealed on Twitter that the new director of “The Good Dinosaur,” scheduled to be released in November 2015, is Peter Sohn.
Actor Tyler Perry, whose drag performances as an elderly African-American woman named Madea have resulted in explicable live-action success, has transferred his Madea act to animation with the dreadful-looking “Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Tough Love.”
Cartoon Brew looks at some of the likely contenders in the Oscar race for this year’s best animated short film.
To accompany its fawning story on the success of Walt Disney Animation, “Wired” labeled John Lasseter and Ed Catmull as “big heroes” on its cover.
Meet the Burrowing Owl. He has recently lost his mate to a large predator that is hunting in his treacherous natural habitat. How will he survive in this dangerous wilderness alone? This is a story of love lost… and survival.
This week in Vancouver, the Spark CG Society will hold its annual Spark Animation conference and festival with an impressive group of presenters including Glen Keane, Nora Twomey, Roger Allers, Robert Kondo, and Graham Annable.