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A filmmaker offers a few tips for festivals to attract animators—and ensure that they keep coming back.
Directed by “Cow and Chicken” creator David Feiss, “Open Season: Scared Silly” arrives next spring.
Scheduled for arrival in late 2016, Zeptolab’s CG-feature film explores Om Nom’s origin story.
“Powerpuff Girls” creator Craig McCracken supported the original cast on Twitter.
Check out this exclusive movie poster premiere for “The Prophet,” which hits U.S. theaters on August 7, 2015.
The series will be directed by a rotating group of directors.
TV’s first fully computer-generated animation series gets a new 26-episode upgrade.
Beginning in 2016 internationally, Cartoon Network’s rewinds the alien-powered kid hero for a new generation.
The fairytale mashup will be distributed by Shout! Factory .
A man wakes up from the American Dream.
A poignant peek into the mind of a Beatle whose talents extended past creating immortal music.
There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.
“Brave” co-director Brenda Chapman is organizing an auction to help artist and friend Sue Nichols.
Rarities like “Lorenzo” and “Tick Tock Tale” will be released alongside recent favorites like “Feast,” “Paperman,” and “Frozen Fever.”
Designers using Creative Cloud now have easy access to CG characters and animation tools.
Meghan McCarthy’s success with the “My Little Pony” franchise leads to a much bigger role at Hasbro.
An animated data-driven documentary about war and peace.
Take advantage of our hand-picked list of call for entries from animation festivals around the globe.
The streaming entertainment titan dives deeper into original programming to compete with Disney, Nick, and more.
The complete restored soundtracks from all 75 Silly Symphony shorts will be available for the first time.
Discover the work of Nutoguran, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
Starting in 2017, Disney’s popular retelling of the Rapunzel fairy tale comes to life as an animated TV series.
The memorably phantasmagoric finale of Fantasia is getting its own live-action spinoff.
A new book explores the original, un-Disney-like goals of Pixar’s first feature effort.
The film arrives in American theaters this November.