A collection of ideas too half-baked to stand alone, amassed towards no pinnacle of expression.
A collection of animation work by Terry Gilliam on the occasion of his 74th birthday.
Google’s ATAP group has released a mini-featurette about the making of Glen Keane’s short “Duet,” which was released earlier this week in its intended interactive version.
There are bad trailers, and then there’s this incomprehensible thing promoting “Strange Magic,” an animated feature that feels like Blue Sky’s “Epic” produced by the people who made “Delgo.”
Following the grueling completion of each DreamWorks animated feature, the company’s employees engage in a ritualistic cake sacrifice ceremony.
Business publication The Motley Fool offers an interesting assessment of which Disney acquisition—Pixar or Marvel—generates more revenue for the studio.
While the Academy still hasn’t released a shortlist for the visual effects category, we identify the frontrunners in this year’s Oscar race.
Symptom: Children seem listless and bored. Cure: Casper
A handmade video that recreates the inner workings of the defunct Paramount Records factory (where records by artists like Blind Lemon Jefferson, Louis Armstrong and Charley Patton were pressed in the 1920s and ’30s). The video is made entirely from paper atop a plywood set.
We often hold up box office numbers as proof of a movie’s success or failure, but even for “Frozen,” which is the highest-grossing animated movie of all time, its box office gross is a fraction of the merchandising revenue it has generated for the Walt Disney Company.