So the Toronto scene continues to blossom — but does it have the same lure it once did for aspiring animators?
Little known outside of Quebec, Animation Vieux Montréal has emerged as one of Canada’s most successful animation schools.
Cartoon Brew visited the latest edition of the festival, which ran in December in the Slovenian capital Ljubljana.
How can Halifax compete with the likes of Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal? Key players in the city give their views.
Cartoon Brew visited the first edition of Feinaki Beijing Animation Week, a new kind of animation event in China.
A director talks us through the ups and downs of making a low-budget cg animated feature.
“If you have an idea for a short that involves story, for God’s sake don’t do it in vr.”
She directed iconic animated shorts like “Asparagus” and “Joy Street.”
The film screened last week in the Contrechamp Feature Film competition of the Annecy festival.
There’s more animation jobs in Ottawa than there are qualified workers.
A cult icon in the world of American independent animation, Bruce Bickford crafted beautiful and terrifying worlds of stop motion animation.
“Some people told us to never pitch directly to the network; other people told us that we should never pitch without artwork. So we pitched it directly to Teletoon without artwork.”
Hundreds of classic animated films have been made in one of the most unlikely animation studios. Paul Driessen, Torill Kove, Jacques Drouin, Janet Perlman, and others share memories of the awkward but beloved NFB building.
The Dutch filmmaker Rosto talks about reaching the end of his Thee Wreckers Tetralogy, a personal fantasia of visuals and audio that’s quite unlike anything else.
Director and animator Luc Chamberland carries multiple notebooks wherever he goes. “There’s too much stuff happening in the head so I write it and write it and get it out.”