The American animation industry’s wage-fixing scandal received the most attention on Cartoon Brew this year, with three of our most viewed stories focused on that topic.
OMAi has released Tagtool PLAY, an iPad app for creating “spontaneous animations” using simple gestures.
This is the story of a young woman out for a hike along a coastal tide pool. Her encounter with a sea anemone triggers a phantasmagorical reaction. She meets a man who seems to be in a similar predicament, and together they start a family of sorts.
The story of Louis Zamperini, hero of Angelina Jolie’s “Unbroken,” seems far removed from anything animation-related, but he did have a significant, and previously untold, connection to the animation world.
Different people have different mothers, but in this storybook-like film, one boy’s mother flies above the rest!
Venice, California-based animation and digital media studio JibJab has delivered another winning year-in-review short.
Laika’s next film, “Kubo and the Two Strings,” will mark the directorial debut of animator Travis Knight.
Japan’s Animation Artist in Residence Tokyo has announced the three animation filmmakers selected for its 2015 residency program: Alex Grigg from Australia, and Anna Budanova and Natalia Chernysheva, both from Russia.
The Annecy International Animated Film Festival will make history during its 2015 festival by having an all-women jury for the first time in its 55-year existence.
A hand-drawn short film I made as my graduation project at Vancouver Film School.