Spanish artist Nacho Rodríguez invites us into his studio, and shares how his environment inspires and influences his animation work.
An experimental Chilean horror fairy tale based on a real-life child-abusing Nazi cult leader barely begins to describe “La Casa Lobo.”
The worlds of business and academia have not traditionally mixed effectively within the animation world, but this week’s Quirino Awards aims to change that.
Leading representatives from the Ibero-American animation industry are gathering this week to talk about the booming animation scene in the region.
Here’s an exclusive first-look at a very unconventional 2D feature film from Spain.
We take a look at some promising upcoming Latin American animation projects.
Already a hit in several South American countries, “Condorito” opens today in the United States.
Oscar-nominated and Cannes-winning film director Carlos Carrera speaks with us about his long-awaited feature “Ana and Bruno.”
“Lila’s Book” is a movie of firsts. We take an in-depth look inside this new Colombian production.
The Ideatoon program has announced 12 finalists who will pitch their tv animation projects at the Pixelatl Festival in September.
Alberto Vázquez made history tonight at the Goya Awards, winning both the animated feature and short film prizes.
Fernanda Frick, who worked on the Oscar-winning Chilean short ‘A Bear Story,’ has completed an ambitious short of her own.
A unique tv series from Argentina and France combines stop motion and live action.