In a wide-ranging interview, the director drills into the narrative and design choices behind his Pixar feature.
Joanna Quinn’s new film “Affairs of the Art” took years to make, but that was a reward in itself: “It was like an extended college, and I felt I was learning new things about animation, drawing, and direction all the time.”
The director speaks to us about the challenges of developing a hand-drawn look for his cg feature, and much more.
Woody Harrelson, John Goodman, and Pete Davidson lead the celebrity-laden cast of the “Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers” adaptation.
The executive was previously at China’s Pearl Studio, where he oversaw co-production on “Abominable” and “Over the Moon.”
Here are five artists nominated for an Annie Award whose work is worth checking out.
Directed by former Disney story artist Joe Mateo, “Blush” will be the first Skydance Animation short released by Apple TV+.
The redesigned theme park is set to open from October.
An iconic name in animation is resurrected.
Disney’s “The Mandalorian” was the other big winner, scoring three wins.
The story follows a ragtag group of Peeps characters on a journey to attend the celebration Peepsfest in Pennsylvania.
“Hotel Transylvania: The Series” and “Corner Gas Animated” lead the television categories with the most nominations.
The 20th Television Animation Unit will also have oversight of existing series like “Family Guy” and “The Simpsons.”
After numerous release delays due to the pandemic, “The Mitchells vs. The Machines” will launch on Netflix.
“Trouble” is the second feature announced by Spire Animation Studios, a new company co-founded by veteran animation producer Brad Lewis.
Episodes, many of which feature industry professionals, are available in both English and Farsi.
The studio will be led by the core team behind Ubisoft’s “Rainbow Six Siege.”
Vincent Lammers will serve as executive creative director of the new European operation.
The film, a continuation of the series “Spirit Riding Free,” is due to come out on June 4.
Chris Rock and Ali LeRoi, creators of the original sitcom, will be involved.