Dr. Martens will release a limited edition ‘Adventure Time’-inspired footwear line next month.
Led by former Pixar artists, Oculus wants to inspire filmmakers to start creating virtual reality animation projects.
“Simpsons” creator Matt Groening will make a guest appearance on tonight’s episode of the IFC series “Portlandia.”
An exploration of the absurdity of the lines created by human beings called ‘borders.’
Each issue will come with a free gift.
The massive success of this non-Hollywood family film has its producers thinking franchise.
It’ll air in front of “The Simpsons” broadcast this Sunday.
SXSW has announced the animated film selections for their upcoming edition, which will take place in Austin, Texas next month.
Two travelers undertake the construction of a gigantic bridge in order to cross a gulf blocking their way, inspiring with their courage and determination a rural community living nearby.
An experimental comic-review of “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water” by filmmaker Leah Shore.
“All dogs are born special…”
Open Road Films, the distributor of “The Nut Job,” has acquired U.S. distribution rights to the CG animated feature “Blazing Samurai,” a loose remake of Mel Brooks’s 1974 comedy “Blazing Saddles.”
A street magician struggles to impress audiences with his single trick. But when he is ready to give up, something unexpected happens.
The Annecy International Animated Film Festival has confirmed that animation legend Richard Williams will attend the festival this year.
“The LEGO Movie,” “The Bigger Picture,” and “Interstellar” won BAFTA Awards tonight.
America went crazy for SpongeBob this weekend, leading his second feature film to a massive $56 opening weekend.
If there had been a proper art book for Henry Selick’s “Coraline,” this is some of the art that would have been in it.
‘Way to Go’ is an interactive film experience that almost feels like you’re playing a video game.
GKIDS will release the mixed-media film “The Prophet” in the U.S. this summer.
Autodesk, the developer of Maya computer graphics software, offered new details yesterday about its transition to a subscription-only software model.