Can’t keep a good man down!
The only minority creator of a original series currently airing on Cartoon Network reacts to the U.S. election.
Nickelodeon has a “terrible record” of handling ideas and shows, says the creator of “Harvey Beaks.”
One of Dreamworks’ most highly regarded animators is heading to Canada to direct his first feature.
What’s new with “Cow & Chicken” creator David Feiss?
“Brave” director Brenda Chapman reveals big new plans in an exclusive interview with Cartoon Brew.
An animation legend celebrates his birthday today.
The first edition of the festival will take place next year in Canada.
Here’s why Rebecca Sugar’s Comic-Con bombshell is a historic moment for animation.
The Academy is touting the diversity of its new member invites, but how diverse are they really in the animation and vfx branches?
After being booted by the school last month, the legendary filmmaker has reached an agreement to continue teaching at the school.
How does one of the most famous animators in the world get booted from his country’s only animation school?
John Lasseter’s thoughts are better with soothing music and scenic photography.
Frank Braxton broke animation’s color barrier in the early-1950s, changing the animation industry forever.
Roman’s comment about how much Disney pays its artists got the biggest laugh of the evening.
Takahata claims he’s “too busy at work” to become a member of the organization that hands out the Oscars.
Japan’s influential and inspiring animation genius celebrates a milestone birthday today.
Who needs an ice bucket when you can have pie?
Blue Sky artists explain how important “Peanuts” was during their childhood.
The legendary animator responsible for “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” “The Thief and the Cobbler,” and so much more is on social media at least.