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”?
Illustrator Stephen Collins in “The Guardian” imagines a CGI makeover for Aardman’s clay character Morph.
Bit by bit, overtly gay characters are making inroads into animation targeted primarily at children, but the fear of gay cartoon characters has existed for years.
Children still cry over hand-drawn animation in 2014.
Don Lusk turns 101 years old today and Willis Pyle turned 100 a few months ago. It’s time to honor them with a Winsor McCay Award.
The state of California recently expanded its tax credit program for film and TV productions. Here’s why it won’t work.
Today, Reel FX’s film “The Book of Life” opens in the United States, and the story of its 39-year-old director, Jorge Gutierrez, is also one worth telling.
Suppose you wanted to make an animated film or TV series, but you didn’t have any new ideas and (gasp) you don’t want to remake the same old properties. Take heart: there’s a lot of great material out there just begging to be adapted into animation.