“Prince Ivandoe” is only the second Cartoon Network original series created in Europe, and the first in Denmark. The show’s creators spoke with us about their experience.
A completely and utterly accurate history lesson about Martin Luther on the occasion of the 500-year anniversary of the church reformation.
“Prince Ivandoe” is coming to Cartoon Network EMEA as both a linear and interactive online series.
The all-expenses-paid residency, taking place in Denmark this summer, is open to filmmakers from around the world.
Herman is a rat who lives alone in a messy apartment. One day a very tidy cat shows up at his doorstep. With everything she owns.
Fifteen participants will be chosen from Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela to participate in an all-expenses animation development program.
From low wages to concussions, producing a crowdfunded indie animated series isn’t a job for the faint of heart.
Designed for directors and producers from both animation and live-action documentary, AniDox:Lab expands storytelling possibilities by mixing the two schools of filmmaking.
“The Unusual Discoveries of Captain Turkey Nose” is a collaborative project between illustrator Patrick Steptoe and animator Benjamin Agersted.
What’s the best way to encourage young people to vote? The Danish parliament (or Folketinget) decided that the answer was an ultra-violent, sex-filled Adult Swim-style cartoon. To encourage young Danes to vote in the upcoming European elections, the Folketinget commissioned a 90-second piece of animation starring a leather-clad dolphin-riding muscleman named Voteman who gets blowjobs from an army of women when he’s not busy decapitating Danish people who don’t vote. The reported budget for the piece was $30,000.