If you’re still wondering why DreamWorks Animation spent $33 million last spring to buy the YouTube channel AwesomenessTV, an article about Netflix in the latest issue of the “New Yorker” offers an explanation that I found to be succinct and worth sharing.
Less than six years after opening, Sony Pictures Imageworks India will shut down.
Among the abundant visual delights of last year’s “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2” was the expertly executed end title sequence, which has now been posted online.
Last month a Japanese TV crew traveled to Pixar where director Isao Takahata was treating the studio’s artists to a screening of his new Studio Ghibli film “The Story of Princess Kaguya.”
Possibly the only thing more charming than the Oscar-nominated Franco-Belgian animated feature “Ernest and Celestine” is the film’s new making-of Tumblr by one of its directors,Benjamin Renner.
A castaway finds himself washed ashore a beach at the foot of a towering city. His curiosity draws him into the urban expanse he finds before him. Whilst in the city he tries to get in touch with the society.
Surpassing even the most generous box office predictions, Disney’s “Frozen” continues to shatter records.
This new trailer for the Angeline Jolie-starring “Maleficent” debuted last night during the Grammy Awards broadast.
An exploration of design, composition and music using a minimal amount of cycling frames to produce a variety of motions.
Cartoon Network has pulled a controversial “Powerpuff Girls” comic book variant cover that was intended to ship next month from IDW PUblishing.