“Anomalisa” is proving that great animation can compete against anything — even live action film.
Category: Feature Film
“We ultimately ran into creative differences on the direction of the project,” Faust told Cartoon Brew.
In the new “Zootopia” trailer, Disney takes us to the magical fantasyland known as the Department of Motor Vehicles.
DreamWorks says that it is not a reboot of its abandoned project “Me and My Shadow.”
“Klaus,” a hand-drawn all-ages holiday comedy, is anticipating a 2019 release.
Aardman’s low-budget, big-picture animation continues to compete in our blockbuster marketplace, with stop-motion animation more real than hyperreal CGI.
Minkoff’s Flying Tigers Entertainment has sealed a two-picture deal with China’s Le Vision Pictures, including an animated adaptation of ‘Wolf Totem.’
The Annecy Cristal-winning French animated feature will arrive in the U.S. in 2016.
2016 is shaping up to be the year of the animated animal feature, and “Sing” just might be the quirkiest film of the bunch.
The director of “Coraline” and “Nightmare Before Christmas” is plotting a return to feature films with comedians Key & Peele.
Paramount Animation will be releasing lots of random animated films over the next few years.
“Boy and the World” is angling to become the first Brazilian (not to mention South American) film nominated for an animated feature Academy Award.
An homage to “Blazing Saddles,” “Blazing Samurai” is a global animated affair.
Charles Schulz’s Charlie Brown always failed, then triumphed, then failed, and so on. According to critics, “The Peanuts Movie” pretty much does the same.
We dig deeper into the creation of “Hotel Transylvania 2” in this exclusive behind-the-scenes video with director Genndy Tartakovsky.
Here’s the complete list of animated features that will compete for the 2015 Academy Award.
The award-winning Brazilian director Alê Abreu reveals details exclusively to Cartoon Brew about his next animated feature.
If Lego can make a movie, so can Playmobil.
“Adama” is the kind of inspired, no-compromise filmmaking that happens all too rarely in animation, and needs to be seen by anyone who’s wondering where the art of CG animated features can go next.
The French make a lot of great animation…this is not an example of it.
The Playstation franchise is coming to the bigscreen.
Anderson will make a stop motion film about dogs.
The voice cast for the film includes Paul Rudd, Patton Oswalt, Mike Judge, Brendon Small, and Jackson Publick.
Can Pixar release two great films in one year?