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.
We explore how the Pegbarians have built a career out of balancing commissioned and original work with (or around) YouTube’s monetization system.
Designed for directors and producers from both animation and live-action documentary, AniDox:Lab expands storytelling possibilities by mixing the two schools of filmmaking.
Selling your own project is not easy, but it’s possible. Here are some tips to take your animation pitch to the next level.
One of only two female directors currently at Disney Television Animation, Aliki Theofilopoulos speaks frankly about the ups and downs of her career in the animation industry.
Greece doesn’t have much of an animation industry, but Animasyros aims to change that. Cartoon Brew reports from Greece on what their animation industry looks like today.
What is life like after receiving an Oscar nomination? Dutch filmmakers Job, Joris & Marieke share their experiences.
The Hungarian animation director opens up on his more than 50 years in animation.
Cartoon Brew’s European correspondent reports from an art event that emphasizes characters above all else. But is that a good thing?
The great Dutch shorts director turns 75 years old today and he’s not slowing down one bit.
Albert ‘t Hooft and Paco Vink discuss the challenges of directing a low-budget theatrical feature in a small animation market like the Netherlands.
“Pim and Pom: The Big Adventure” was not only made on a tiny budget, but had the added challenge of translating the visual style of one of the most beloved Dutch children’s book illustrators.
Can an animated feature about depression be entertaining too?
Besides creating animation, I love to study it theoretically. The process of creation for me is very ‘un-graspable’. There’s so …