Disney’s “Big Hero 6” was the big winner tonight at the 13th annual VES Awards, sweeping all five of the animated feature categories.
These rare videos document the presentation of the animated short Oscar from 1949 through 2013.
Obsessed with his legacy, Wolfgang tries to build one last thing before he dies.
The talented Ian Jones-Quartey took to Twitter tonight to vent his frustration with young fans who keep asking him how to get accepted into the animation program at CalArts, even though he never attended the school.
This supercut of Daffy Duck looniness is a masterclass in how to combine animation and audio to build a great cartoon personality.
Disney’s “Strange Magic” is poised to break a record—but it’s not the kind of record a film studio wants to break.
Anthropoid creatures with plugs in place of heads are up to mischief.
“The Simpsons” opening re-envisioned as pixel art.
Here’s a bittersweet goodbye to PDI/DreamWorks, the legendary Northern California computer animation studio whose closure was announced last month by its owner DreamWorks Animation.
After a difficult week for DreamWorks in which they announced their largest layoff ever, the studio dominated the Annie Awards tonight.
Here’s how one fan re-imagined Cartoon Network’s “Gumball” as an anime series.
Watch animation’s biggest awards show live on Cartoon Brew tonight.
If you were voting to give someone an award for best visual effects, how would you judge the work?
Throughout the history of rap and hip-hop, musicians have tackled a dizzying array of subject matters and themes, yet no one has ever rapped a UPA animated short. Until now, that is.
Here’s the trailer for Seth MacFarlane’s “Ted 2,” which will be released by Universal on June 26.
Happy centennial birthday to Bill Peet (1915-2002) who was born in Grandview, Indiana exactly one hundred years ago today.
Disney’s hugely popular Princess brand is about to get even more lucrative with the introduction of its first Hispanic princess.
Animation veteran Phil Robinson, one of the founders of the former San Francisco studio Wild Brain, has died.
Fox Animation, makers of the “Ice Age” and “Rio” franchises, has acquired the motion picture rights to the Mr. Men and Little Miss characters.
The César Award, France’s national film award, announced its nominees today, including three animated features and four animated shorts.