The director of the seminal “Mind Game” is back with a new feature film.
“Vivo” is being fast-tracked for a 2020 release.
Only in Hollywood animation: seven white dudes discuss representation, feminism, and cultural sensitivity.
The Eighties are back in a big way. Totally rad!
What would happen if you showed animation to someone who had never seen a cartoon before? We’ve got an answer now.
“The Book of Life” director is moving into vr, with a project celebrating lucha libre and Mexican culture.
The “N.Y. Times” is still a little unclear on this whole computer animation thing.
Starting as a local screening event, Sommets du cinéma d’animation has turned into a significant international festival. We review the 2016 edition.
Two of Cartoon Network’s key production execs will work together in this new role to lead the future of the network’s programming.
In a busy life, Copi is a father who tries to teach the right way to his son, Paste. But…what is the correct path?
Dreamworks has “How to Train Your Dragon,” Disney has “Pete’s Dragon,” and now Fox has “Puff, the Magic Dragon.”
The Golden Globes animation category is much more interesting than we thought it would be!
“The Jungle Book” and “Zootopia” were recognized tonight by the Critics’ Choice Awards.
Nina Gantz’s Sundance and BAFTA-winning graduation short “Edmond” is now online.
Animation is No. 1 all over the world!
A big win for one of the finest animated features of 2016.
The perfect way to celebrate the 100th birthday of Kirk Douglas? Animation, of course.
In a year full of remarkable animated features, one of the most sublime and original ones is about to launch.
I only see in neon.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to pitch your animation project at the world’s biggest animation event.