TV writer Jeff Lowell tweeted that his young colleagues know too few classic shows. His comments caused quite a stir.
Marcell Jankovics’s heady masterpiece is coming out on VOD in North America. We hear from those who restored it.
Mary Costa says she has received an “exponential amount of mail” during the coronavirus pandemic that is impossible to answer.
“I have a kind of fascination with things that have gotten out of control,” says Kabuki. “It’s animalistic and erotic.”
Animation stayed away from the subject for decades — then started showing it from all angles.
Completists beware: The set is missing over 100 classic Bugs Bunny theatrical shorts.
In this new series, leading filmmakers and artists discuss works of animation that have had a formative influence on them.
Don’t blink or you’ll miss some of these tributes in “Scoob!”
Among the Pixar veteran’s choices are “The General,” “Guys and Dolls,” and “2001: A Space Odyssey.”
Dead at 92, the French comic icon is being called “the master,” “a genius,” and “a gateway drug to beautiful European comics.”
Can you name the former animation director who made “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”? “Enchanted”? “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol”?
“Brilliance” was meant to sell canned food, but really, it was an advertisement for computer animation itself.
Youtuber ToonrificTariq argues why the chipmunks are so compelling — and why they went astray in the 1980s.
The first volume will contain nineteen shorts.
Classic animation lovers, rejoice!
Animation can stay with viewers for a lifetime.
In a new article, “The New Yorker” spotlights the wealth of silent-era shorts available to view online.
Mutants, dark magicians, inter-dimensional demons, Debbie Harry, Lou Reed, Iggy Pop… What’s not to love?
Revisiting the forgotten history of the unmade animated version of “Cats.” The project passed through different styles, teams, and countries, before collapsing.
Man vs. facial hair.