Yonebayashi’s second feature “When Marnie Was There” arrives on Blu-ray next week.
“The Iron Giant: Signature Edition,” director Brad Bird’s remastered masterpiece of war, peace, and paranoia, returns to theaters this Wednesday and Sunday, with new scenes courtesy of Duncan Studio.
In a wide-ranging conversation, Genndy Tartakovsky talks to Cartoon Brew about the challenges of making “Hotel Transylvania 2” and what he’s trying to do next.
What is life like after receiving an Oscar nomination? Dutch filmmakers Job, Joris & Marieke share their experiences.
The Montreal-based animator is accruing recognition for animated films that make audiences think and feel across geographical boundaries.
The director of Mexico’s leading animation conference speaks with “Cartoon Brew” about the future of Mexican animation.
How an indie animator in New York City added a unique animated touch to a major Hollywood film.
The minds behind “Shaun” hold forth for an informative half-hour on making (much) more with (much) less.
Butch Hartman knows a thing or two about working with a network — which is why he’s starting and funding his own.
After directing Pixar’s “Blue Umbrella,” Saschka Unseld has moved into the world of VR filmmaking.
Interactive, immersive animation experiences are now a reality.
“The biggest strength indie animators have is that we can do every aspect of production,” says Smith.
Annecy’s Marcel Jean and Mickael Marin speak with Cartoon Brew about the Annecy festival, which begins today in France.
Hand-drawn animation like you’ve never seen before.
Eric Power’s one-man feature combines ultra-violence with the delicacy of cut-out paper animation.
The great Dutch shorts director turns 75 years old today and he’s not slowing down one bit.
C.H. Greenblatt, creator of the animated series “Chowder,” is back with a new series, “Harvey Beaks,” that premieres this Sunday on Nickelodeon.
Albert ‘t Hooft and Paco Vink discuss the challenges of directing a low-budget theatrical feature in a small animation market like the Netherlands.
Cartoon Brew speaks to director Greg McLeod about “365,” a new short with an unusual concept.
“Why should kids be the only ones who get pleasure out of animation,” says the revered indie animation director Bill Plympton. “It offends me that American animation is stereotyped this way.”
“I do think that animation can have a language of its own, rather than simply mimicking live action.”
“Pim and Pom: The Big Adventure” was not only made on a tiny budget, but had the added challenge of translating the visual style of one of the most beloved Dutch children’s book illustrators.
Roger Allers opens up about his struggles to make a feature film at Disney after directing “The Lion King.”
While animation has been made in Romania for many decades and the country has even produced some internationally recognized figures like Ion Popescu-Gopo, the contemporary animation scene hadn’t received much exposure until the founding of the Anim’est festival.
“BoJack Horseman” creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg and director Mike Hollingsworth speak with Cartoon Brew about the making of the show, its dark but sincere tone, and the lighter side of bestiality.
Animation historian John Canemaker talks about the process and challenges of creating the monumental new biography “The Lost Notebook: Herman Schultheis & the Secrets of Walt Disney’s Movie Magic.”