“Regular Show: The Movie” will debut on digital platforms and DVD before it airs on Cartoon Network.
Former DreamWorks and Sony execs Sandra Rabins and Penney Finkelman Cox are leading Original Force’s push into feature animation.
The minds behind “Shaun” hold forth for an informative half-hour on making (much) more with (much) less.
Discover the art of Tom Bunker, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
Sony succeeded in removing multiple films from Vimeo with the word “pixels” in its title.
The Irish animation studio behind Oscar-nominated ‘Song of the Sea’ and ‘The Secret of Kells’ just landed an Oscar winner for its next feature.
‘Mr. Black’ and ‘Kwang Boo’ are another reminder China is increasingly self-reliant when it comes to creating and consuming cartoon features.
The Blu-ray set will be available on September 1st.
A cat and pig are members of the constabulary who go on a quest to return a stolen egg to its distraught parents.
Butch Hartman knows a thing or two about working with a network — which is why he’s starting and funding his own.
The DVD can be pre-ordered on Amazon for just $9.99.
The Aardman theatrical animation brand has become all but obsolete in the United States.
Alasdair + Jock’s music video for David Gilmour’s “Rattle That Lock” depicts various facets from John Milton’s “Paradise Lost.”
Reports are emerging that the Weinstein Company may delay the release of “Underdogs” for the third time.
Discover the art of Zeloot, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
The film will enter the list of top ten anime releases of all-time in the United States.
What would a Looney Tunes cartoon look like without any comedy? Watch this to find out.
Music videos for s8jfou’s “Trouble” and “Violence.”
The latest in face animation.
A leaked Sony email reveals part of the decision-making process that led Sony executives to hire Kristine Belson as the head of their animation division.
Discover the art of Sam Alden, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
Details on a new animated feature from the beloved creator of “The Snowman” and “When the Wind Blows.”
A letter from the show’s producer asked artists to pull down their artwork from the Internet.
Aardman’s adaptation of “Shaun the Sheep” is a critically acclaimed wonder. Will American audiences appreciate it?
Seven student shorts made the cut in the animation category.