What have they done to poor Woody?
Jim Hillin, the cg supervisor of “Beauty and the Beast,” reveals the creation of an iconic moment in Disney animation history.
The Disney studio in 1956—in glorious color!
Miró, Matisse, Picasso, and…Woody Woodpecker?
A must-see screening series of Spanish animation, past and present, is coming to New York City.
What happened in Montreal in 1967 has never happened before or since.
Early digital effects were mixed in with breakfast cereal and matzo crackers to create one of the iconic sequences in contemporary cinema.
“Dragonheart,” released twenty years ago this week, was a live-action film that had one of the first digital characters you could believe in. We talk to the ILM artists who created it.
Watch these personal stories about the making of the Disney classic “Beauty and the Beast.”
Forty-three years after its release, one of the weirdest Japanese animated features is receiving its due recognition in the United States.