To put it simply: some are happier than others.
The Los Angeles animation industry’s highest-profile award will be in April, and the ceremony may go virtual.
Voters have played it safe. Again.
Meanwhile, songwriter Alan Menken became the 16th person to have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony.
Please, voters, just don’t pick “The Simpsons” again.
Once again, the animation and vfx branches are disproportionately male.
The best of Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American animation was honored at the virtual ceremony.
For the first time, the top feature prize went to a film that no one got to see.
Dates also have shifted for the Academy Awards eligibility period, submission deadlines and the opening of the Academy’s new museum.
The animation of Latin America, Spain, and Portugal will be showcased through talks, presentations, screenings, and awards — all accessible online.
The three most-nominated animation series are all Disney productions.
Top French animation directors tell the César Awards: “We wish to state, once again, that animation is not a genre.”
Until theaters reopen, films that are launching on streaming or VOD services will still qualify for the Oscars.
The Berkeley-based festival is handing out its full set of awards despite canceling this year’s edition.
The U.K. animation industry gathered earlier this month in London to celebrate its recent achievements at the British Animation Awards.
The awards recognize achievements in European animated feature filmmaking. The winners will be announced on March 5.
A total of 22 works — features, shorts, series, and video games — from nine Ibero-American countries are in contention for an award.
The winners of the awards, which range across film, tv, and digital media, will be announced on March 23-29.
80 films have been selected for this year’s competition.