Walt Disney has been accused of being everything from a racist to an anti-Semite to a megalomaniac. What can the Disney company do about it?
The pet project of UP director and flipbook aficionado Pete Docter: a packaged boxed-set of nine flipbooks.
Cartoon voice acting from the Golden Age of theatrical and TV animation (1930s to 1960s) was almost uniformly excellent.
Here’s a bit of irony: this piece of animation went viral primarily because people didn’t realize it was animated.
Cartoon Brew reader Skifi writes, “One of the worst drawn things ever makes fun of a cute show for being badly drawn.”
I was quite impressed with Jake Fried’s animation when I first saw it last year, and I’m just as impressed with his latest piece.
The career of director George Dunning will always be summed up with two words: Yellow Submarine.
Lots of wonderful, crazy, and frustrating things happened in the animation world last year, and we covered most of it on Cartoon Brew.
The human desire to animate drawings may stretch further back (much further back) than a couple hundred years.
Animation can provide a fascinating window into the past. In the 1950s and 60s, cars became a daily part of life and animation reflected the new automobile culture.