Women don’t receive the same opportunities as men do in animation, and they’re finally speaking out about it.
Mexican-American cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz has often criticized the Disney company; now he is on their payroll.
The best answer you’ll ever hear to this question.
The families of artists often play a big role in maintaining the legacies of famous cartoon characters.
“Attacking something purely because it’s CGI is lazy.”
A dumb research study says that looking at round cartoon characters can make you obese.
An uninformed commentary about the visual effects industry goes viral.
Illumination Entertainment’s founder admits he has no idea what’s in store for the future of animation, but it will probably arrive online in short-form.
An investment analyst asked DreamWorks execs why they’d gone creatively astray; this is what they told him.
A filmmaker offers a few tips for festivals to attract animators—and ensure that they keep coming back.
The award-winning independent filmmaker drops some truth in this “Vanity Fair” interview.
John Lasseter says that Disney and Pixar will aim to increase diversity onscreen—and hopefully offscreen too.
Whether or not the “Angry Birds” feature will be creatively risky, it’s definitely a financial risk.
“Book of Life” director Jorge Gutierrez has some inspiring advice for young filmmakers.
At the Oscars tonight, The Rock called animation a genre. It’s not.
He’ll stop asking for an Oscar when he gets an Oscar.
Analyzing the performance and acting in the Academy Award-nominated film “Big Hero 6.”
Analyzing the performance and acting in the Academy Award-nominated film “Song of the Sea.”
Analyzing the performance and acting in the Academy Award-nominated film “The Boxtrolls.”
Analyzing the performance and acting in the Academy Award-nominated “How to Train Your Dragon 2.”
Acting instructor Ed Hooks explores the acting and performance in each of this year’s Oscar-nominated animation features.
The talented Ian Jones-Quartey took to Twitter tonight to vent his frustration with young fans who keep asking him how to get accepted into the animation program at CalArts, even though he never attended the school.
These cartoonists stood up against intimidation and fought for their right to freedom of expression. Let us celebrate their victories.
The American animation industry’s wage-fixing scandal received the most attention on Cartoon Brew this year, with three of our most viewed stories focused on that topic.
We rarely see “Peace On Earth” alongside more traditionally revered holiday standards like “A Charlie Brown Christmas” or “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”—but we really should.
What can we learn about the animation industry from this photo of the animation crew from “Lord of the Rings”?