Launched yesterday with the non-profit education platform Khan Academy, Pixar in a Box is the most in-depth look ever offered at the studio’s creative process.
After directing Pixar’s “Blue Umbrella,” Saschka Unseld has moved into the world of VR filmmaking.
Challenges and lessons learned from interactive animation storytelling.
Interactive, immersive animation experiences are now a reality.
China has a new all-time animation champ…and it’s a Chinese-made animated feature!
“The Autobots” was a flop with Chinese audiences, but Disney lawyers are watching it closely.
Disney and Triggerfish are launching an animation development program exclusively for African directors and writers.
The pioneering African-American animator is the subject of an in-depth exploration of his life and career.
Cut through the clutter with our handy guide to the must-see animation events happening in San Diego this year.
A new book explores the original, un-Disney-like goals of Pixar’s first feature effort.
Festival director Thierry Frémaux continues to show his love for animation.
The 20th anniversary edition of the conference will present some major industry players.
But the fight isn’t over yet. Animation artists have 30 days to produce new evidence.
The Oscar-nominated short is also getting a graphic novel series.
The Pixar veteran will take to the stage in Toronto to talk about his career, including his latest film “Inside Out.”
Leo Matsuda is a Brazilian artist who works in the story department at Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Nate Wragg works as an art director and illustrator for animation and book projects, and teaches courses about character design.
Audiences can instantly recognize a cute cartoon character when they see one, but why are memorable cute characters so difficult to create?