A cartoonish blast from the past, co-directors Benjamin Renner and Patrick Imbert’s Big Bad Fox and Other Tales bows equally to …
One of the darkest of the Oscar-contending animated features, “Birdboy: The Forgotten Children” explores how external matters like pollution and drugs can contaminate the interior of its characters.
To make the film he truly wanted to make, industry artist Robin Joseph had to go indie. Now, his film “Fox and the Whale” is shortlisted for an Academy Award.
The director and star of Cartoon Saloon’s powerful new work, “The Breadwinner,” speak to Cartoon Brew.
Filmmaker and others who participated in the first-ever Animation is Film festival in L.A. speak about their experience with Cartoon Brew.
A chat with the star and producer of the new Adult Swim series “The Jellies.”
Guru Studio founder Frank Falcone reveals what animation producers and creators need to know to succeed with a Netflix series.
“Bambi” offered a warning to humanity, but no one listened.
“In This Corner of the World,” winner of the Japan Academy Prize, has arrived in U.S. theaters.
Titmouse brought its A game for the new Amazon fantasy-adventure series “Niko and the Sword of Light.”
The legendary animation director speaks about his last feature, “Cool World,” which turns 25 years old this month.
Matthew Rankin’s new National Film Board of Canada film, “The Tesla World Light,” premiered today at Cannes. He spoke with us about his surreal and abstract project about a legendary scientist.
Legendary director and provocateur Werner Herzog has some thoughts on the future of entertainment.
Lepore spoke with Cartoon Brew about the tactile wonder of stop-motion, gender and merit in animation, and why guest-directing ‘Adventure Time’ is a resume-stuffer that’s hard to beat.
Cartoon Brew speaks with the Brothers Quay about Christopher Nolan’s documentary, their exhaustive Blu-ray collection, and the challenges of finding funding for new projects.
Check out our image gallery of Mel Shaw artwork, which will soon be on display at the Walt Disney Family Museum.
Executive producer Brendan Hay talks about how to play imminent demise for laughs in the new Netflix series ‘Dawn of the Croods.’
Can a sweet but smart cartoon help stop the 500 companies, investors, and governments deforesting the Earth to crisis?
Ranging from the technical to the quirky to the essential, these holiday electives make great presents for animation pros and fans.
After receiving nearly 1,400 submissions from across Africa, South African studio Triggerfish chose 8 projects for further development.