Who needs to build a campfire or tie a knot when you can learn to do squash and stretch instead?
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John Lasseter says that Disney and Pixar will aim to increase diversity onscreen—and hopefully offscreen too.
A two-day event in November will be dedicated entirely to Pixar’s first film.
French filmmakers offer their twist on American superhero films.
The Hungarian animation director opens up on his more than 50 years in animation.
Little Nemo is roused by a new generation of artists in two new books.
Discover the work of Hayden Zezula, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
Animation students anywhere in the world can apply for the scholarship.
The video game stars are finally getting their long-awaited big screen outing.
A small team of Cape Town-based artists are set to pitch their feature film at Annecy.
Mr. Burns, Smithers, Ned Flanders, and Principal Skinner have just lost their voices.
Sony Pictures Animation presents a detailed unpacking of the artistry happening on Genndy Tartakovsky’s upcoming feature.
Hasbro’s treatment of series creator Christy Marx is nothing to sing about.
Cartoon Brew’s European correspondent reports from an art event that emphasizes characters above all else. But is that a good …
Their new cloud-enabled platform will allow indie producers to make work faster and more efficiently.
Flash Gordon faces off against Gocko in this fan film based on the classic Alex Raymond comic strip.
Amazon’s online television division has ordered pilots for four new animated programs.
The director will be slipping back into the animation spandex very, very soon.
Cops, carnies, and a Cretaceous Caligula are coming to your screens.
“Pinocchio” screens this morning as part of the Academy’s on-going Animation Showcase series.
In a new Royal Canadian Mint x Looney Tunes collab, Bugs Bunny trades his carrots for carats.
An Australian in New York City makes his first animated feature.
The life of a stone as it travels over the course of millennia, facing nature’s greatest obstacle: human civilization.
Discover the work of Nicolò Pellizzon, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
Robin Williams also stars, in what appears to be one of his final performances, as a horny talking dog.