“How to Be Black” is based on Baratunde Thurston’s comic memoir about his experiences as a Black man in America.
Music video for Odezenne’s “Mamour.”
Over 100 adult animated series are currently in various stages of development and production.
Marsh, the 33-year Disney veteran behind everything from “Gravity Falls” to “Elena of Avalor,” will produce content for Disney.
The series, which is in development, is structured around rare interviews with dealers in the country. Watch the first episode here.
The festival’s program runs the gamut from indie to industry, tech talks to rare retrospectives.
Music video for Fleet Foxes’s “Featherweight.”
L.A. dwellers: here’s your chance to see the buzziest indie features on the festival circuit.
Music video for Mac Miller’s “Colors and Shapes.”
Angolan war feature “Nayola” and dark gourmet drama “Paradise Buffet” are among the projects.
The film will serve as an “epic conclusion” for the original series, while establishing the world for the new series.
“I’m especially thrilled about ramping up our studio’s animation efforts, which is a personal passion of mine,” says Alonso.
Meet musician monkeys, a gun-toting frog, a Singaporean Sherlock Holmes, and more …
Mahboobeh Kalaee’s experimental mixed-media short “The Fourth Wall” won Fantoche’s international competition for best film.
Good news for vr animators: the newly rebranded “Quill by Smoothstep” will still be free.
A gallery will examine problematic characters, from Speedy Gonzales to the crows in “Dumbo.”
The shift marks the end of Soyuzmultfilm’s 85-year history as a state-owned animation studio.
A Youtuber argues that to make ‘Rick and Morty’ more visually exciting, it “has to start with improving the schedule and paying the artists better.”