Month: December 2012
Disney is now releasing the made-for–video film to movie theaters next August.
The William Joyce brand has been uniformly successful across various media platforms—except for one arena: CG animated features.
An appropriate animated short for the end of the world.
Our first look at Dreamworks summer release – about a speed racing snail.
Dog In Heaven is a beautiful 25-minute animated short that combines stylized visuals with strong storytelling.
The Sundance Film Festival has announced their animated short film selections for the next edition of the festival, which will take place January 17-27 in Park City, Utah.
Illustrator Rob Loukotka’s ACME Corporation Kickstarter project is worth writing about for many reasons besides the fact that he’s trying to raise money.
I think we must be in the Golden Age of Animated Christmas Cards. Here’s a wonderful new selection we’ve just received.
Christmas is next Tuesday, so here’s a few last minute gift-giving ideas for that cartoon-freak in your life.
The cleverest animated greeting I’ve seen this year came from King Features, the folks behind Popeye, Felix, and Betty Boop.
Carlo Vogele has a knack for imbuing inanimate objects with personality. He’s told stories with lighting fixtures, socks and now fish.
Ruocco’s film is a welcome antidote to the forced cheeriness of most animated holiday films.
Forbes Magazine has published a list of 30 Under 30 in Hollywood and two animators managed to sneak their way onto the list.
Like it or not – here comes the sequel. And here’s your first look.
This week’s episode of Fox’s Fringe contained a pretty cool homage to Terry Gilliam’s animation on Monty Python’s Flying Circus.
Shin Hashimoto’s latest film is a dark, disturbing NSFW retelling of The Little Match Girl. Not exactly appropriate for Christmas, but so fascinating I couldn’t take my eyes off it.
Two garden gnomes meet Santa suffering from a severe stomach ache. Entering his stomach, they meet Krampus, Santa’s demonic alter ego.
Animator and illustrator Zach Cohen’s latest film was produced in five days…
Just in time for the party season, here’s a clever little short directed by Aloke Shetty.
Check out this short, bizarre sequence about a fish in a train – the somewhat-NSFW opener for a local “doomsday” film festival…
It’s a cross between Miyazaki’s Castle In The Sky and Warner Bros. Iron Giant – for the Bob The Builder crowd.
On Christmas Eve at 8pm, Britian’s Channel 4 will premiere a sequel to the classic animated special, The Snowman.
Animators Pablo Ferro, David Silverman, Phil Lord and Chris Miller are participating in a 24-hour online Telethon…
Cartoon Network has greenlit Clarence, a new animated series by CalArts grad Skyler Page whose student films Crater Face and Girl Wallet have both been featured on Cartoon Brew…
Earlier this week, Disney released the first piece of concept art from their 2013 animated feature Frozen, directed by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck.
If you think using Kickstarter is the heaven-sent solution for independent artists, this article may make you reconsider.