The classic Cartoon Network series celebrates its 25th anniversary this week.
Critic Carlos Aguilar reviews two standout Portuguese films that featured at Annecy this year.
The film was made during Chile’s recent social uprising. “We were making a short film about torture in the past, while this was happening again in our country,” says director Hugo Covarrubias.
Reviews of three disparate films that played in competition at this year’s Annecy festival.
Marq Evans’s film also gives a rounded portrait of Vinton himself, as a visionary but flawed artist and leader.
Enrico Casarosa’s radiant first feature is an ode to the kind of bond that only young boys can form.
The film will be released in 2022.
Michael Govier and Will McCormack scored an Oscar nomination with their first animated short, “If Anything Happens I Love You.” They spoke to us about their vision for the film.
Welcome to our series of interviews with the directors of this year’s Oscar-nominated animated shorts.
When Sam Kishi wanted to incorporate animated segments into his live-action feature, he didn’t have to look far. That’s because he also runs the Mexican animation studio Platypus.
Animation can stay with viewers for a lifetime.
Nelson Lowry explains how he harnessed the studio’s unique capabilities for its latest feature.
How three female-directed features use animation to explore complex social themes.
Thurop Van Orman, creator of “The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack,” makes the most of his feature directorial debut.
Antín harnessed pre-Columbian iconography as the basis for the film’s character and production design.
Despite a bumpy production history, Pixar has delivered a crowd-pleaser with the fourth installment of “Toy Story.”
Moving forward, the network will rely more heavily on content from Dreamworks Animation.
The Austin, Texas animation studio is under fire for lying to employees, denying overtime pay, and overworking employees.
“Trolls World Tour” will be released in U.S. theaters on April 17, 2020.