Plympton is coming west, making one of his rare West Coast appearances at The Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood.
Director Chris Sanders is posting deleted storyboards from The Croods.
This press release was interesting to me because I wasn’t aware that Technicolor is making a push into original content development.
A censored episode of Dexter’s Laboratory finally makes its public debut.
Attention New York animation archaeologists! A new screening curated by Tom Stathes, with rare prints from his vast archive.
Animator Marv Newland is the only person I know who doesn’t use the internet. But he does have a new DVD.
Click here for thirty seconds of pure joy!
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, here are two photo galleries worth exploring: African-Americans in the Animation Industry
This you gotta see. The remarkable story behind an artist and his 200-plus wood carving recreations of great cartoon characters.
I’m a big fan of retro-animation tributes – here’s a clever one in comic strip form.
Here’s a great opportunity for graduating high school students or incoming college Freshman.
Here’s the poster that might have been, if Brad Bird had his way…
Take a look at this beautiful new video for folk-rock sister trio The Staves by UK directing duo Karni and Saul Freed…
Here is their sales demo reel from 1988 showing what the studio was producing in the days before character animation took over.
The Annie Award nominated The Rabbi’s Cat is getting its “real” LA, SF and San Diego theatrical release this month.
Check out this uber-cute, beautifully designed music video starring Huggtopus, a plush doll character…
Animated fun with the RGB Additive Color Model!
Italian-American artist Joe Magro was hired at Disney in 1936 during the studio’s expansion to produce Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Magro left Disney in 1937 and returned to the East Coast. When Magro left, his Disney colleagues presented him with a “good luck” book filled with gag drawings.
The mysterious journey of one man creating something bigger and better than himself.
Details of the new DVD release containing every one of those Sylvester vs the “giant mouse” cartoons.
Welcome to Disney 2013, where synergy rules – or perhaps, runs amok!
The only way to see the Oscar nominated short films before the Academy Awards ceremony in February.
The Saturday Morning legends will step up and take responsibility for Fangface, Turbo Teen and Rubik The Amazing Cube.