A preview of Steve Stanchfield’s latest four-star collection of rare animated films from World War II.
A well conceived mix of hilarity and discomfort packaged into one very odd-mannered individual.
This is the eighth Christmas we’ve celebrated on Cartoon Brew, and we’ve never posted the holiday special Ziggy’s Gift.
A new collection of celebrated works by independent artists, carefully curated and beautifully restored.
Bruno Bozzetto – who has produced a remarkably solid body of work, ripe for rediscovery.
Amsterdam-based animator Nigel Upchurch offered us Chirstmas Warmer, a 21st century interpretation of the Yule Log film.
Animator Aaron Long has just released a new Fester Fish cartoon – a heartwarming Christmas special.
Ok, call off the search. I’ve found this year’s best animated Christmas greeting, and it’s by none other than Cyriak!
The film, which will be animated in a colored pencil style, is “a story of love and sacrifice set in Russia.”
Japanese design studio Tymote has finally answered the age-old question: What if Wassily Kandinsky used Cinema 4D?
Brace yourself for one of the most creative animation cycles you’ll see this side of the Fleischer brothers.
Brooklyn-based filmmaker doesn’t like the holidays. But she does like felt puppets.
A fun holiday greeting from comic legend Stan Lee and his new YouTube channel World of Heroes. Two of the artists involved are …
Disney is now releasing the made-for–video film to movie theaters next August.
The William Joyce brand has been uniformly successful across various media platforms—except for one arena: CG animated features.
An appropriate animated short for the end of the world.
Our first look at Dreamworks summer release – about a speed racing snail.
Dog In Heaven is a beautiful 25-minute animated short that combines stylized visuals with strong storytelling.
The Sundance Film Festival has announced their animated short film selections for the next edition of the festival, which will …
Illustrator Rob Loukotka’s ACME Corporation Kickstarter project is worth writing about for many reasons besides the fact that …
I think we must be in the Golden Age of Animated Christmas Cards. Here’s a wonderful new selection we’ve just received.
Christmas is next Tuesday, so here’s a few last minute gift-giving ideas for that cartoon-freak in your life.
The cleverest animated greeting I’ve seen this year came from King Features, the folks behind Popeye, Felix, and Betty Boop.
Carlo Vogele has a knack for imbuing inanimate objects with personality. He’s told stories with lighting fixtures, socks and …
Ruocco’s film is a welcome antidote to the forced cheeriness of most animated holiday films.
Forbes Magazine has published a list of 30 Under 30 in Hollywood and two animators managed to sneak their way onto the list.