Not one, but two animated features are currently raking in big box office bucks.
Author: Amid Amidi
Cartoon Brew has put together a list of all the known members of the Academy’s animation branch.
Official video music for “Shapes” by the band Metismatic.
Male artists and the Disney Company continue to dominate the Academy’s animation and vfx branches.
A lost soul stumbles drunken through the city. In a park, Death finds him and shows him many things.
These shorts debuted last week at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.
Floyd Norman made history when he started working at Disney in 1956 — and he’s still working in the industry today.
Pete Docter’s latest smashes opening weekend box office record for an original film.
Rubber-hose animation is back — only this time in a videogame.
Annecy’s Marcel Jean and Mickael Marin speak with Cartoon Brew about the Annecy festival, which begins today in France.
A first look at Disney’s next feature film.
The director worked with Christopher Lee on the animated short “The Fall of the House of Usher.”
An investment analyst asked DreamWorks execs why they’d gone creatively astray; this is what they told him.
“Powerpuff Girls” creator Craig McCracken supported the original cast on Twitter.
Check out this exclusive movie poster premiere for “The Prophet,” which hits U.S. theaters on August 7, 2015.
The fairytale mashup will be distributed by Shout! Factory .
A man wakes up from the American Dream.
There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.
“Brave” co-director Brenda Chapman is organizing an auction to help artist and friend Sue Nichols.
An animated data-driven documentary about war and peace.
The complete restored soundtracks from all 75 Silly Symphony shorts will be available for the first time.
A lively stork returns to his hometown to spread the joy of song—but there’s one small problem.
Hand-drawn animation like you’ve never seen before.
Google’s interactive film division has announced four new animation projects, and introduced a developer’s kit that allows anyone to produce interactive animation.
The lead star—Mr. VFX—appeared in 399 shots of the film.
The movie and all its assets will be freely distributed to the public.