Patrick McHale’s mini-series got plenty of love from the Emmys this year.
Jon Favreau’s dark reboot screens like a terrorized tale drained of humor, compared to Wolfgang Reitherman’s amiable 1967 feature.
The new two-part Walt Disney documentary premieres tonight and tomorrow night. Share your thoughts on the film with the rest of the animation community.
Don Hertzfeldt continues his winning streak in Switzerland.
The 52-episode short-form series will air across Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
After sending out a call to African animators for ideas, Triggerfish Story Lab quickly received 1,378 entries from 30 countries.
“Anomalisa” is the first feature film from TV animation producer Starburns Industries.
After two weeks as the number one film in Mexican theaters, “Un Gallo con Muchos Huevos” will begin its U.S. run today — but it won’t be in English.
Take advantage of our hand-picked list of call for entries from animation festivals around the globe.
The Oscar-winner’s native Norway awarded Kove the Anders Jahre Cultural Prize tonight at a ceremony in Oslo.
Premiering September 18 in West L.A., ‘Taking Flight’ is a whimsical tribute to the life of Radio Flyer wagon inventor, Antonio Pasin.
A dedication ceremony, open to the public, will take place on October 1st.
The raunchy Comedy Central series is returning for 10 new episodes.
The debut feature from Light Chaser Animation now has the backing of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.
‘The Wanted 18’ mashes animation, interviews, reenactments, and archival footage into a 75-minute absurdity chronicling the true story of 18 cows-at-large.
‘The SpongeBob Musical’ will debut in Chicago next year before heading to Broadway.
Launched yesterday with the non-profit education platform Khan Academy, Pixar in a Box is the most in-depth look ever offered at the studio’s creative process.
Eric Coleman will continue to lead Disney TV Animation in his new role of senior v-p of original programming.
The signature edition of “Iron Giant” will have its world premiere next month at the Toronto International Film Festival.
“Monster Hunt” is now the most financially successful Chinese film ever made.