A coin from each country that joined the Euro zone is used to create a visual narrative that links all the nations together.
The “Ren & Stimpy” creator makes an unlikely promo for an Adult swim show.
A chance for New Yorkers to see the latest, cream of the crop European animation.
He voiced iconic cartoon characters like Pete Puma, Junyer Bear, and Cecil the Sea-Sick Sea Serpent.
A house is visited by a clean, organized and well-mannered guest.
The famed Japanese studio released its latest work today.
Animated clay paintings tell the true story of the last house on a sinking island in the Chesapeake Bay.
Steven’s uncle and grandpa visits him today on a special episode of “Steven Universe.”
Sylvain Chomet teams up with Belgian music star Stromae to warn of the tweetpocalypse.
Annecy has selected 198 short film and TV projects for its 2015 edition.
Get down with the sailor man!
The story of two Japanese salary men whose lives radically change when one of them eats a live puffer fish in a sushi bar.
Whether or not the “Angry Birds” feature will be creatively risky, it’s definitely a financial risk.
A jazz cat can’t wait to get home from work and cut loose.
Twenty-six half-hour episodes of “Astro Boy Reboot” are planned.
An experimental animation film which explores the abstractions and imagination of children’s worlds.
We heard it through the grapevine…the California Raisins are headed to the bigscreen!
A lawn deer and a garden gnome play a game of checkers.
The studio says the executives were let go as part of a “restructuring” effort.
Disney’s latest feature has grossed over $620 million globally.
“It was hard to let Popeye go,” says Genndy Tartakovsky.
The bank that bought the campus just a few weeks ago is attempting to flip the property for a $65 million profit.
Chinese animation studio Light Chaser Animation previews its first feature “Door Guardians,” set for 2016 release. .
Disney’s promotional campaign for “Inside Out” is heating up with the release of both a new trailer and commercial.
“Everything about my life is utterly horrible,” says an American animator working in Japan, and that’s how he likes it.