Dji is a terribly unlucky death who doesn’t seem good at his job. This time he has to take the soul of a pirate stuck in the middle of the ocean.
Author: Amid Amidi
Walt Peregoy, the influential animation artist who was the color stylist of Disney’s “One Hundred and One Dalmatians” and headed up Hanna-Barbera’s background department for a time during the late-Sixties, has passed away at the age 89.
The Weinstein Company has released the American trailer for “Underdogs,” which it will release into U.S. theaters on April 10, 2015.
Stop motion animator Dillon Markey explains how he transformed the long-forgotten 1980s Power Glove Nintendo controller into an essential—and aesthetically splendid—tool for animating in stop motion.
“Niko and the Sword of Light.” which began as an independently produced animated comic book app, has been turned into a 22-minute pilot produced by Amazon Studios.
A mourning girl makes an unexpected friend when a white wolf takes her through a mysterious portal on a journey to confront her grief. A journey about loneliness, grief, friendship and love all in one big flow.
This year’s topsy-turvy animation award season shows no signs of letting up; after being shut out of the Oscars, ‘The Lego Movie’ won the Critics’ Choice Movie Award tonight for best animated feature.
A pretty much perfect response from “The LEGO Movie” co-director Phil Lord on being overlooked by the Oscars.
Torill Kove, who received her third Oscar nomination this morning for “Me and My Moulton” celebrates with a new animated short called “Party Time.”
We present complete coverage of the animation-related Oscar nominees for the 87th annual Academy Awards.
A man enters a bathroom and finds a lot of pairs from his own body. This discovery makes him thinking he is a sum of two. The thought leads him becoming two. ‘Wow, look at this,’ he says to his double.
New York-based foreign animation distributor GKIDS has acquired North American rights to “When Marnie Was There”, the latest film by Japan’s Studio Ghibli.
Someone posted “The Legend of Lucky Pie” on YouTube today, claiming that it’s an actual cartoon produced in China. Can anyone confirm if this is real?
José Luis Moro Escalona, who ran one of Spain’s leading commercial animation studios and created the iconic Familia Telerín, died yesterday in Madrid at the age of 88.
“How can I help you?” Fire in the administrative forest. Rabbit Egor’s house is burning down. Egor asks for a fire extinguisher. He is sent from pillar to post…
Cartoon Brew has always been vigilant about moderating the comments section. This year, we’re getting stricter.
“Big Hero 6,” “The Boxtrolls,” “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” and the TV series “Game of Thrones” lead the VES Awards with five nominations apiece.
The European 3-D children’s feature “Ooops! Noah is Gone” has finalized its distribution plans and is set to debut globally in 2015.
A reflection of modern life in this digital age.
The major studios filed a motion last Friday in federal court asking a judge to dismiss the antitrust wage-fixing lawsuit that had been filed by animation industry employees.
Actress Amy Schumer, of the eponymous Comedy Central show “Inside Amy Schumer,” created this segment last season to poke fun at voice acting in animation.
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Not every animation director won a Golden Globe last night, but they all had a good time.
Divided by a barrier of fog, two disparate species fight to adapt and survive in a deliciously unsympathetic world.
“How to Train Your Dragon 2,” directed by Dean DeBlois, was awarded the Golden Globe tonight, marking a first for DreamWorks Animation.
In their new reel, Japanese studio Science Saru offers a peek into how they produce animated projects in Flash, including the episode of “Adventure Time” that was directed by Masaaki Yuasa.