New York City has a new mini-animation festival, and it’s taking place this week.
The ever-expanding Brooklyn animation scene offers two unique animation screenings this month.
For more then 20 years Charles Manson has refused to communicate to the outside world. Until now. These are actual never before heard phone conversations between Canadian best-selling author Marlin Marynick and Charles Manson.
Seventy-nine animated films were selected for competition at Ottawa this year.
An experimental comic-review of “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water” by filmmaker Leah Shore.
Next Wednesday, the animated duo of Jeff Twiller and Randy J. Johnson will host their own animated film screening in Brooklyn. It’s a legit line-up of animated shorts, with perceptive cinematic commentary supplied inbetween the films by Twiller and Johnson. Thankfully, they happen to be animation experts.
Filmmaker and animator Leah Shore drops by Cartoon Brew’s Frenzer Foreman Animation Forum to discuss her career path.
Brooklyn-based filmmaker doesn’t like the holidays. But she does like felt puppets.