The co-art director of the Oscar-nominated film “The Breadwinner” walks us through the design process of the film.
Wes Anderson’s new film is already breaking barriers, becoming the first animated feature to open the Berlinale festival. What else can it do for animation art?
Cartoon Brew reports from the first-ever European Animation Awards.
“Prince Ivandoe” is only the second Cartoon Network original series created in Europe, and the first in Denmark. The show’s creators spoke with us about their experience.
An exploration of the storytelling power of real-life materials in animation.
Women in animation speak openly with Cartoon Brew about what it means to work in the business while being a mom, and what the industry should be doing to support their careers.
A surreal journey through the dream of a video game character who has been K.O.’d during a match.
A haunting animated gem, created entirely by one person, starts its U.S. theatrical run today.
The future is a scary place…
The Inspector and his umbrella do not get along in this beautifully crafted homage to the art of hand-drawn animation.
A woman can’t stop growing new fingers.
A Chinese mother and her British born daughter speak as adults for the first time in today’s CB Fest premiere, “Tough.”
An animated documentary that demystifies the scientific, psychological, and social view on the female body part throughout history.
Cartoon Saloon returns to theaters this fall with a very different type of animated feature: “The Breadwinner.” We go in-depth on the new production with director Nora Twomey.
Another award-winning short premieres this week on CB Fest. In “Changeover,” a die-hard romantic bird refuses to give up.
CB Fest launches today with the online premiere of the slapstick short “Golden Oldies.”
An Annecy veteran gives some helpful advice for how to navigate the biggest international animation film festival and market.
The directors of “Loving Vincent” share details about the unique production techniques used to create their new feature.
We travel to sunny Lisbon to experience Monstra, a two-week long animation festival.
“It’s not going to look like a Pixar movie, where you see money on the screen,” says “Ernest & Celestine” director Benjamin Renner.