The United States is about to get something that it hasn’t had in many years: a world-class international animation festival.
All pork and no chicken makes Jack a dull boy.
The mind-expanding Georama returns to Tokyo next month for a new edition with some major American guests.
A distinctive hand-drawn action-adventure film is headed to the United States.
Use this handy tool the next time someone asks you to create free artwork.
“Izzie’s Way Home” will be the first movie from The Asylum’s new animation division.
A sofa-bound dog is shocked to learn that a whole world lies outside the door— the maddening, unbreakable door.
One of Japan’s biggest film hits of 2015 is headed to U.S. theaters.
Two slightly different versions of the film will be released in China.
Selling a salt-free ice melter can’t be easy, but this spot for a Morton Salt product does an effective job of communicating its value to dog lovers through a short story.
Dennis might be a menace, but at least he’s not an uncultured oaf like his mom.
An experimental animation using motion capture data set to Autolux’s song “Change My Head.”
Augenblick Studios will produce the surreal hand-drawn comedy starring God, the Devil, and a drunk guy.
Best known for his work on projects like “Gorillaz” and “Tron: Uprising,” Robert Valley is making a statement of his own with an electrifying new project.
“Norm of the North” is the first of at least nine animated features in 2016 that will feature animal leads. It’s going to be a long year.
Lucy, who lived in the pines, was once bored out of her mind, but what she would discover was a thing like no other: an unexpected friend she would find.
“Prologue,” he says, “is the only thing so far in my career that I’ve ever been really been pleased with.”
Low-budget features and South American contenders are competing alongside Pixar this year.
A day at the beach goes wrong…but the parents have a solution.
An abstract animation inspired by “The Simpsons.”