A new English-language trailer has been released for the Franco-Belgian CG-animated film “Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart.”
Category: Feature Film
“Sir Billi” is to Scotland what “Toy Story” is to the United States—the country’s first CGI animated feature. It’s being distributed to ho
Richard Linklater, currently nominated for an Oscar for “Before Midnight”‘s screenplay, is making strides on the Warner Bros. remake of “Incredible Mr. Limpet,” a project with which he has been involved since 2011.
Is Warner Bros. preparing to make “Space Jam 2” with NBA superstar LeBron James?
Oscar-nominated “The Wind Rises,” Hayao Miyazaki’s last feature film (until he makes another one), opens in limited release today.
The “Angry Birds” feature film that was announced last October will be animated at Sony Pictures Imageworks in Vancouver, Canada.
A synopsis and the first piece of artwork has emerged from “The Red Turtle,” the feature directorial debut of celebrated Dutch animator Michael Dudok de Wit (“The Monk and the Fish” and the Oscar-winning “Father and Daughter”).
2014 is shaping up to be one of the strongest years for quirky and original animated features. True, there’s the usual spate of sequels—”Rio 2,” “How to Train Your Dragon 2” and “Planes: Fire and Rescue”—but looking beyond those films, there are some genuinely fresh ideas on the horizon, most notably Laika’s “The Boxtrolls,” Reel FX’s “Book of Life,” and Cartoon Saloon’s “Song of the Sea.”
It took seven years, but the bonkers South Korean animated feature “Aachi & Ssipak” has finally been made available for American audiences.
“Lisa Limone and Maroc Orange: A Rapid Love Story” is a 72-minute stop motion opera directed by Mait Laas.
Distributor GKIDS announced this morning that they have acquired North American distribution rights to Cartoon Saloon’s highly anticipated hand-drawn pic “Song of the Sea.”
It’s been almost two years since we first wrote about “Ernest & Celestine” on Cartoon Brew, and the wait is almost over.
“The Nut Job 2” has been set for release on January 15, 2016,
John Kahrs, who left Disney abruptly after winning the Oscar for “Paperman,” has landed at Paramount’s new animation group.
For a brief decade-long period in animation history, between the late-1960s and late-1970s, feature animation filmmakers cast aside their inhibitions and created films that aimed to titillate and shock audiences with the novelty of sexual cartoon imagery.
Did Tom Hanks’ performance as Walt Disney in Saving Mr. Banks wet your whistle for another depiction of Mr. Disney on the big screen? Then 2014 just might be your year, because two independent biopics are scheduled to be released later this year.
Universal Pictures recently announced release dates for three upcoming films from “Despicable Me” producer Illumination Entertainment.
Disney’s recent trademark lawsuit against Phase 4 Films and their movie “Frozen Land” has reignited discussion about ‘mockbusters,’ the portmanteau used to describe a genre of home video that is dedicated to tricking customers into mistakenly purchasing a low-budget imitation of a popular movie.
“Saved by the Bell”‘s Dustin Diamond has been cast in the English-language version of an independent animated film from Honduras called “tGUS.”
Veteran animator Michel Gagné’s graphic novel “Saga of Rex” has been optiond by Belgian animation/vfx shop Grid Animation for development as an animated feature.
“This is me,” say lots of today’s animated characters. But who are they talking to?