The Annie Award-nominated director sits down with Cartoon Brew to discuss the making of “Weekends,” and how he balanced the production while working full-time at Pixar.
Cartoon Brew’s whirlwind tour around the animation globe continues this week with insights from industry players in Chile, Norway, and Philippines.
Watch the third episode of our new limited series about animation production around the world.
A look at what’s happening animation-wise in various countries around the world.
In our first episode of this tour around the animation world, we profile Mexico, South Korea, and Greece.
Former Pixar art director Robert Kondo and Dice Tsutsumi talk about the challenges of directing their first independent film “The Dam Keeper.”
What if everybody could read your thoughts and knew all your most inner wishes and desires?
Two best friends wake up and start the day.
Surrounded by nothingness, a knight lives with his wife in a small house. Every day he must defend their home against attacks of other knights. What he gets as reward is love and a satisfying meal.
After a harsh breakup, our hero, Guy, decides to leave it all and fly to New Zealand hoping to find true love. However, he must first defeat his inner demons before he can put the past behind him.
A girl has to conquer her fear for her grandma who is deathly ill.
What if your older brother was a giant? My Big Brother explores the reflections of a boy sharing a room with his twenty-foot tall brother.
A series of romantically unfortunate twentysomethings are interviewed, describing in vivid detail their expectations as they search for the ideal partner.
A grumpy hedgehog trying to confess his love.Will he be able to overcome his insecurities?
Join Mr. Piggy on an adventure through time and space. Please wear 25-D glasses.
Hand-drawn animation and dance performance intersect and interact in a piece that asks, Who am I?
“As a boy in Kansas I was afraid of three things: rattlesnakes, tornados, and my father.”
An animated city symphony celebrates the hidden world of background noise with field recordings from the streets of LA and Tokyo.
Flower sniffing, carpet calisthenics, and other restless leisure-time activities. Domestic life can be tough. Finally, day breaks.
Clocking in at a brisk eighty seconds, “Sun of Beach” by Natan Moura is the shortest film debut in Cartoon Brew’s 2013 Student Animation Festival. Moura made the film as a graduation project at Sheridan College in Oakville, Canada.