Cartoon Brew has put together a list of all the known members of the Academy’s animation branch.
Official video music for “Shapes” by the band Metismatic.
Male artists and the Disney Company continue to dominate the Academy’s animation and vfx branches.
Christian Desmares and Franck Ekinci’s sci-fi fable and Konstantin Bronzit’s short exploration led awardees to the outer limits.
Studio 4°C and Ankama’s kinetic adaptation of the French comics hit arrives 2017 in France.
A lost soul stumbles drunken through the city. In a park, Death finds him and shows him many things.
Genndy Tartakovsky’s monstrous goofballs are going to California.
Discover the work of Wakana Yamazaki, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
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.
These shorts debuted last week at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.
Floyd Norman made history when he started working at Disney in 1956 — and he’s still working in the industry today.
Pete Docter’s latest smashes opening weekend box office record for an original film.
“Inside Out” is already accumulating praise throwing around the word ‘masterpiece’ — and it’s well-deserved.
Johnny Ryan and Dave Cooper’s profane comic sensibilities are cleaned up for the kids.
Po re-unites with his father in the next installment of the “Kung Fu Panda” franchise.
Three fame-chasing, selfie-loving bears are coming to Cartoon Network.
The award-winning distributor has snapped up the U.S. rights to “April and the Extraordinary World” and “Extraordinary Tales.”
“The Secret Life of Pets” makes no bones about its aim to launch an arsenal of non-stop animal gags.
Rubber-hose animation is back — only this time in a videogame.
Media Molecules’s follow-up to “Tearaway” and “LittleBigPlanet” mines user-generated art to create endless dream worlds.
The most extensive look yet at Steve Martino’s reinvention of “Peanuts.”
Discover the work of Zohar Lazar, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
Take advantage of our hand-picked list of call for entries from animation festivals around the globe.
“Get Smurfy” is the title of Sony’s first all-CGI Smurfs film, and features a separate cast from its live-action predecessors.
Annecy’s Marcel Jean and Mickael Marin speak with Cartoon Brew about the Annecy festival, which begins today in France.
The troubled Pixar production ditched many of its original voice actors.