Leiji Matsumoto’s manga (and anime) character is being brought to life via CG in a new theatrical movie opening this Fall.
Month: January 2013
Last May, it was announced that Guillermo del Toro and animation veteran Mark Gustafson would co-direct a stop motion adaptation of Pinocchio…
Cattle Call (2008) offers a fascinating glimpse into a world that is completely foreign to me.
Courtesy of animation director Michael Sporn, here are some gems of “cartoon modern” design from the collection of animator Vincent Cafarelli.
Journeyman animator Shako (aka Shibabrata Chakraborty) created this beautifully creepy short.
A Gum Boy by Masaki Okuda is a 2010 student film produced at the Tokyo University of the Arts.
Directed by John Kahrs – and talked about frequently here on the Brew – Disney has just posted the complete film online.
The latest short from UK’s Trunk Animation director Rok Predin is a haunting little art film starring some nasty cat-demons and a rather cute car.
Here’s a gorgeous little graduation film from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design out of Jerusalem, combining hand drawn animation with live miniature sets.
Leonard Maltin, voice actors Rob Paulsen & Maurice Lamarche and actor/producer Seth Green will be hosting the event.
CG remakes of hand-drawn cartoons are generally a letdown. This is the exception.
The talk of the town this morning is this brilliant student short, The Reward, an epic “hero’s journey” in nine minutes
Cartoon Network has unveiled a poster for “Steven Universe”, the new animated series by Rebecca Sugar.
Here’s all the important nutritional information about Good & Plenty candy, spelled out by the candy itself, in stop-motion.
The winner of Cartoon Brew’s 2012 Student Animation Festival AUDIENCE PRIZE is “Money Bunny Blues”.
First they took our Cocoa Pebbles, and now they want our cartoons! The WWE ponders its next move in animation.