This new version of Schoolhouse Rock is a little slower and less comprehensible than before.
Lightyear was supposed to be the film that marked Pixar’s triumphant return to the bigscreen. But its weak box office tells a different story.
Michaela Pavlátova’s My Sunny Maad took home the feature film prize.
Netfix will release the film in time for Halloween.
The Adrien Merigeau-directed film was also nominate for the European Film Award.
Launching September 8 on Disney+, the hybrid feature has far more animation in it than you’d expect.
But don’t expect more 2d animation releases from Disney anytime soon.
Twenty-eight workers at Activision Blizzard’s Raven Software have become the first of the company’s 10,000 employees to unionize.
The film will stream on Shudder beginning June 16 and is set to be accompanied by a limited theatrical release.
The film marks the solo feature directorial debut of Disney veteran Chris Williams.
Michael Bay is unhappy with the vfx in his film – and he’s not going to take any responsibility for it.
The perfect response to yesterday’s events.
It was somehow fitting that in an evening absent of all decorum, the Academy found two different ways to trash the animation art form.
The network emphasized its “franchise strategy” which aims to expand “the global footprint of beloved properties through spinoffs, theatricals and additional seasons.”
Stop-motion animation workers are anonymously sharing salaries and horror stories about working in the industry.
Studio promos for animated films tend to cut from the same cloth, but here’s an idea we’ve never seen before.
Awards season comes to a close this weekend with the Oscars, which makes it an ideal time to review some of our key coverage of this year’s Oscar-nominated features and shorts.
“I, Chihuahua” tells the story of a dog named Chacho who dons a lucha libre mask to become Luchacho.
Cartoon Brew spoke with Dyakov about how he structured his short film, the differences between animating boxing and ballet, and why he chose to include a single word of dialogue in an otherwise silent film.