Indie animation heavyweight Bill Plympton is using a new distribution to get his adult animation to audiences.
Steven’s uncle and grandpa visits him today on a special episode of “Steven Universe.”
An icon of Australian children’s entertainment is rebooted in CGI.
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Other multi-nominated shows include “Peg+Cat,” the Moonbot short “Silent,” and “All Hail King Julien.”
Sylvain Chomet teams up with Belgian music star Stromae to warn of the tweetpocalypse.
The “Waltz with Bashir” director has been experimenting with a combination of 2D animation and stop-motion.
Annecy has selected 198 short film and TV projects for its 2015 edition.
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The great Dutch shorts director turns 75 years old today and he’s not slowing down one bit.
Disney parodies are becoming harder to distinguish from real Disney films.
Get down with the sailor man!
For DreamWorks Animation, “Home” is where the money is.
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Never-before-released home videos provide a glimpse of the early concept art and showreel for the Disney classic.
The classic anime space saga may actually get the blockbuster franchise it deserves.
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What the critics are saying about the cutesy alien invasion offering from DreamWorks.
Director Kelly Asbury says the story “was not fully in the place we wanted it to be yet.”
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A new book seeks to remedy the lack of English scholarship on China’s contribution to the medium.
GKIDS will launch the film in New York City and Los Angeles in August.
The story of two Japanese salary men whose lives radically change when one of them eats a live puffer fish in a sushi bar.
Whether or not the “Angry Birds” feature will be creatively risky, it’s definitely a financial risk.
South Korea took home the feature film prize at HAFF for the second year in a row.