Titmouse brought its A game for the new Amazon fantasy-adventure series “Niko and the Sword of Light.”
The Titmouse animated feature will hit U.S. theaters on December 6.
Another R-rated animated feature is headed to U.S. theaters.
The 40th anniversary of North America’s biggest animation festival is here.
“Pearl” will be one of the thirteen animated projects screened at Tribeca next month.
Titmouse’s first feature film project promises strong bloody violence, drugs, nudity, and puckered anuses.
A veteran of “Adventure Time” and “Gravity Falls,” “Niki Yang steps out on her own with “Yoyotoki: Happy Ears!”
The series will be directed by a rotating group of directors.
In a sign of changing times, animated programming produced for both Netflix and YouTube has begun to earn a significant number of Emmy Award nominations, competing alongside traditional broadcast and cable series.