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.
After 20 years in the industry, Oscar-nominated short filmmaker and commercial director Grant Orchard discovered that tv series production has its own unique challenges.
Director Claude Barras talks about the hard work of achieving simplicity, the keys to making kid characters in animation feel authentic, and why he believes stop motion is the midpoint between fiction and animation.
Watch the exclusive premiere of Špela Čadež’s beautifully crafted stop motion short about a struggling writer and the strange request from his next-door neighbor.
An animated short about growing old and the fear of losing the beauty of youth.
Cartoon Brew attends DOK Leipzig to look at how a festival mixes together animation and documentary filmmaking.
In Turkey, “Zootopia” is no match for “Bad Cat.”
The creators of the Finnish cross-media brand “Gigglebug” share their unconventional app-to-broadcast journey.
Everyone was at Annecy this year, from Guillermo del Toro to the president of France.
Bastien Dubois talks to Cartoon Brew about the challenges of transitioning from an indie filmmaker to a TV series creator.
Rémi Chayé’s unique hand-drawn feature is earning plenty of accolades, but finding an audience isn’t easy.
From low wages to concussions, producing a crowdfunded indie animated series isn’t a job for the faint of heart.
One of the most original voices in contemporary stop motion talks about his work with us.