Three new calls for entries from Athens, Greece; Třeboň, Czech Republic; and Los Angeles, California.
Author: C. Edwards
If you love animation, you’ll want to check out this list of animated features that will be released in 2015.
Our new Animation Festival Guide is a hand-picked list of calls for entries from respected festivals around the globe. This week, we add three new calls for entries from Portland, Oregon; Bologna, Italy; and Žilina, Slovakia.
90-year-old ‘Schoolhouse Rock!’ composer and singer Bob Dorough performs live in Los Angeles tonight!
Our new Animation Festival Guide is a hand-picked list of calls for entries from respected festivals around the globe. This week, we add three new calls for entries from Annecy, France; Zagreb, Croatia; and Melbourne, Australia.
“Freak of the Week,” a music video for the Swedish rock band Freak Kitchen, premiered online today, and it just might be the most classically animated teeth-gnashing and hair-flipping metal you’ve seen in your lifetime.
At New York Comic Con earlier this month, Disney-owned Marvel unveiled test footage from its “Guardians of the Galaxy” animated series, which will premiere in 2015 on Disney XD’s Marvel Universe programming block.
Our first look at the ‘Peanuts’ series produced by Angoulême, France-based Normaal Animation.
Mondo Media may be expanding their brand into the kid-friendly market, but that doesn’t mean they’re neglecting their adult-oriented successes.
Indie American animation legend Bill Plympton, whose films have been officially unavailable on the Internet for the past decade, has reached a deal with Shorts International to make his extensive body of self-produced work available to online audiences.
After years of producing teen-targeted shows like “Happy Tree Friends” and “Dick Figures,” Mondo Media is eyeing the lucrative kids’ market by teaming up with major toy manufacturer Spin Master, makers of Bakugan Battle Brawlers, Air Hogs, and Hedbanz.
Earlier this month, the class of 2014 graduate films from French animation school Gobelins were published online.
Costume designer Deborah Cook talks about the challenges of designing tiny costumes for the characters of Laika’s “The Boxtrolls.”
“BoJack Horseman” creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg and director Mike Hollingsworth speak with Cartoon Brew about the making of the show, its dark but sincere tone, and the lighter side of bestiality.
Brazen Animation, a new animation studio comprised of animation veterans from Disney, Blue Sky, Reel FX and Green Grass Studios, has launched in Dallas, Texas.
Since its premiere in France in 2008, “Wakfu,” an anime styled fantasy-adventure series created by Roubaix, France-based company Ankama, has picked up a dedicated fanbase, even in countries where it hasn’t officially aired like the United States.
This morning, Comedy Central debuted “Biatches” a new animated webseries made exclusively for release on their digital platform CC:Studios, YouTube, and the network’s mobile app.
Amazon Studios, which produces original content for the streaming site Amazon Prime, has announced production on three new animated kids pilots.
Laika is revolutionizing stop motion animation with 3D printing. We visited the set of their latest film, ‘The Boxtrolls,’ to find out how they do it.
Scheduled to debut in 2015, Comedy Central’s “Moonbeam City” is described as an absurdist take on the sex-drenched crime dramas of the 1980s.
“Annedroids” creator J.J. Johnson talks to Cartoon Brew about science-based kids programming, the challenges of making live-action/animation hybrids, and why not understanding the animation process can work to a producer’s benefit.
Netflix’s slate of original animated programming continues to grow with the recent announcements of three new series: “The Knights of Sidonia,” “Ever After High” and “Dinotrux.”
Just when you thought Netflix was gobbling up all of the high quality kids programming, Amazon Prime Instant Video announces a licensing agreement with Aardman Animations for online streaming in the United States.
To toast the release of “How to Train Your Dragon 2” at a private studio party, DreamWorks commissioned boutique cake maker Fernanda Abarca, who is also an artist at the company, to create this four-foot tall, seventy-pound statute of Toothless the Dragon.
Television execs seems to be stuck in a neverending nostalgia loop. In just the past week, reboots or spinoffs have been announced for “The Lion King,” “The Magic School Bus,” “The Powerpuff Girls”…and now, “Danger Mouse.” The iconic U.K. cartoon series, which was produced by British studio Cosgrove Hall from 1981 to 1992, is returning to the small screen next year with 52 eleven-minute episodes.
In a sign of changing times, animated programming produced for both Netflix and YouTube has begun to earn a significant number of Emmy Award nominations, competing alongside traditional broadcast and cable series.