Loopdeloop will be having its first public screening on their new home turf, Hollywood – and I’ll be there.
A cautionary tale the pitfalls of wearing short pants in the wrong situations.
Tis the season… for crap!
All told, it was an incredible year at the box office. The top six animated features contributed over $1 billion dollars gross …
One of the most impressive looking French theatrical animated features – still unreleased in the U.S. – is finally coming out.
BREAKING NEWS: The Oscar nominations for Best Animated Feature and Shorts go to…
At first glance, you might mistake it for live action teenage adventure flick.
Okay historians, a treat for you today – a gallery of rare Fleischer Studios material.
Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment super star John Cena will be replacing Fred Flintstone on four million Fruity Pebbles boxes.
Warner Bros. is bringing back its feature animation division with the formation of a new in-house creative brain trust.
Ahh, if only the series was this “witty” all the time…
Move over, Captain America and Spy Smasher. Here come Bugs Bunny, Andy Panda and Gandy Goose!
This is exciting – a clip from Pixar’s newest short film, The Blue Umbrella, due for release next summer.
Kevin’s cool papercut tribute is being used to help to those with Multiple Sclerosis.
Peter Jackson’s Tom & Jerry trilogy (the director’s cut) is now on You Tube.
They might make you laugh, or think, or simply smile. Here’s a trio of new animated short films from a few artists I admire.
What better way to greet the new year, than to watch a mind-blowing set of abstract works by pioneering animator Len Lye.
Crowdfunded through Kickstarter, this new stop-motion paper animated music video is an inspired 3-way collaboration.
Check out this great looking 30-second teaser for a new Australian kids show.
A beautiful visualization of Carl Sagan’s famed monologue, musing on the most distant photograph ever taken of Earth.
Holiday boredom setting in? This will snap you out of it.
In case you were wondering what these characters would be like in CG – wonder no more.
He wasn’t an animator – he was a pioneering television puppeteer – but he influenced everyone who grew up with his work.
A preview of Steve Stanchfield’s latest four-star collection of rare animated films from World War II.
A new collection of celebrated works by independent artists, carefully curated and beautifully restored.