The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) has announced the programming slate for its business-oriented Animation Conference (TAC), which runs alongside the film festival.
“Who Framed Roger Rabbit” was one of the most seminal animated projects of the last thirty years, but few people are aware of the long gestation of the project.
Their world is in the grip of a lethal outbreak. A mysterious blue substance is leading to catastrophic destruction. Who is behind it all?
Today we look at the work of Kim Jungyoun, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
Popeye brings out the best in everybody. Opening tonight in Los Angeles is “Strong to the Finich! An Official Popeye Tribute Art Show” and there’s some rather attractive pieces in it.
The BBC published a video report on a new animation initiative in Africa that aims to nurture new talent from around the continent.
This morning, Comedy Central debuted “Biatches” a new animated webseries made exclusively for release on their digital platform CC:Studios, YouTube, and the network’s mobile app.
Today we look at the work of Olle Forsslöf, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
As part of Nickelodeon Animation’s ongoing effort to rebrand itself as a champion of artist-driven projects, the studio announced that it has teamed up with the Australian animation website LoopDeLoop.
Amazon Studios, which produces original content for the streaming site Amazon Prime, has announced production on three new animated kids pilots.
DreamWorks announced yesterday that they will push back the release date of “How to Train Your Dragon 3” to June 9, 2017. No reason was given for the delay.
A short film on life, love, and death.
Here’s a heartwarming moment of corporate cooperation as cartoon characters owned by four different entertainment conglomerates—Mickey Mouse (Disney), Bugs Bunny (Warner Bros.), Scrat (20th Century Fox), and SpongeBob (Viacom)—team up to beat the living crap out of a real-life human being.
Can an animated feature about depression be entertaining too?
The man with the head of fish pursues his melancholic stroll in a carnival, distributing at random his bubbles of misfortune.
Today we look at the work of Gaëlle Hersent, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
British TV networks wanted to find the next “Simpsons” and “South Park,” but things didn’t go quite as planned.
What would really happen if you gave control of a giant killer robot to a group of teenagers?
South Korea’s Studio MIR, responsible for the animation in “The Legend of Korra” and the fourth season of “The Boondocks,” has signed a major deal with DreamWorks Animation to produce four animated series over four years.
A 10-year-old boy in Guizhou, China scored a victory for animation lovers everywhere when he sawed through a construction worker’s safety harness rope, leaving the worker dangling 11 stories above ground. The boy had a perfectly reasonable defense.
It may not pay to be an artist on “The Simpsons,” but it definitely pays if you’re a voice actor on the show.
“Basil of Baker Street” by novelist Eve Titus was an illustrated children’s book centered on a mouse who fancied himself an ace detective. The mouse resided (naturally enough) inside the walls of 31 Baker Street in London, home of a human-sized ace detective, the name of whom escapes me.
Jack is a strange character. He steals paintings from museums to eat them. He feeds himself with the artistic process of the painter. But one day, the museums are closed and he will have to paint by himself to survive…
Today we look at the work of Stevie Lewis, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
The VIEW Conference, which is the largest computer graphics event in Italy, has announced the line-up for its 15th annual conference, which will take place October 14 to 17 in Turin (Torino), Italy.