A simple question with a surprisingly complex answer.
The world’s largest gathering of animation artists reveals more of its 2016 programming line-up.
As a Jew growing up in Baltimore, David’s vision of Germany was shaped by the stories of his Holocaust-survivor mother; later in life, he reflects on whether it is possible to overcome such history.”
The creator of “Korgoth of Barbaria” and “Periwinkle” is producing a children’s series for Disney.
Another CG fairy tale parody is headed to theaters.
Canada’s publicly-funded film studio has pledged to commit half of its production budget to women filmmakers.
“Humans, since you don’t know how to solve your own problems, the subnormal monkeys have come to deal out justice and elegance with their sexy and tropical style.”
Meanwhile, “Kung Fu Panda 3” has passed $300m worldwide.
McCracken had wanted to do a third season, but Disney execs said no.
The fur-tastic fantasy is set to unseat “Frozen” for the best-ever opening weekend of a Disney film.