One man; one insane animated horror film.
Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman’s stop motion drama Anomalisa is making its presence felt during awards season.
“The Good Dinosaur” will have to work hard this holiday season to avoid becoming the lowest-grossing Pixar film ever released in the United States.
An animated interpretation of Dr. Oliver Sacks’ case study found in his book “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat.” It uses photographs to visualize the rare memory condition of patient Jimmie G.
Darnell’s new company Baobab Studios will release its first virtual reality short, “Invasion,” early next year.
Is your holiday tree lacking that extra special something? Tired of the same old ornaments and toppers? Add an animation director to it.
“Anomalisa” was a lot of work: Three years in the making, 1,261 faces, 1,000+ props and costumes. and 118,089 frames of film.
Hopefully Pete Docter has started clearing space on his mantel because the awards for “Inside Out” are going to pile up quickly this award season.
A short film about people with unusual living arrangements.
The new episodes will air on Adult Swim next year.