In our latest podcast, the director of “Tom & Jerry” discusses the “education” he received in animation production on the hybrid feature.
Even as she built up an impressive career working with the likes of Ralph Bakshi, Hanna-Barbera, and Warner Bros., Banks remained very private about her life.
With the studio due to shut down soon, employees are promoting their work as they search for new jobs.
The deal will give a boost to Apple TV+’s meager animation offerings.
Warnermedia Kids and Family has come up with a multi-pronged approach to take on Netflix, Disney, Youtube, and Nickelodeon in the highly competitive kids’ space.
Jen Hurler reflect on her time at the studio, which will shut down in April.
Welcome to our new regular round-up of animated feature projects in the pipeline.
The streamer has also renewed the adult series “Close Enough” and unveiled a slate of four more series in development.
Of the five nominees, four are based on original ideas — a big change from last year’s contenders.
Bastien Dubois’s animated short “Souvenir Souvenir” picked up a prize too.
In a new documentary, animator Shingo Tamagawa explains the unusual back story to his indie short.
Craig McCracken’s new show “Kid Cosmic” premieres today on Netflix. He speaks with INBTWN Animation about creating his first serialized series.
Streaming services continue to dominate the animation news cycle, with HBO Max, Netflix, and Disney+ all making big announcements this week.
Jen Hurler looks at the mass layoffs announced at the Walt Disney Company and whether they could have been avoided if the company had more sustainable business practices.
This week we look at shifting theatrical schedules, Fox’s big commitment to animation, and talk to Pixelatl head José Iñesta about Mexico’s evolving animation industry.
How is the movement for racial justice shaping animation? We speak to industry figures who are pushing for change.
We dive head first into the Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe in a conversation with Tony Cervone and Bill Haller, director and animation supervisor on “Scoob!”
“It’s really in vogue to evoke old things to roll your eyes at them and sneer at them, and we really don’t want to do that.”
Tribeca attendees had a massive range of styles, narratives (both linear and non-linear), gameplay, and immersion to choose from this year.
“We really want to dig in,” the event organizers tell Cartoon Brew. “We need actual, positive strategies for moving forward.”