A must-see screening series of Spanish animation, past and present, is coming to New York City.
What happened in Montreal in 1967 has never happened before or since.
Early digital effects were mixed in with breakfast cereal and matzo crackers to create one of the iconic sequences in contemporary cinema.
“Dragonheart,” released twenty years ago this week, was a live-action film that had one of the first digital characters you could believe in. We talk to the ILM artists who created it.
Watch these personal stories about the making of the Disney classic “Beauty and the Beast.”
Forty-three years after its release, one of the weirdest Japanese animated features is receiving its due recognition in the United States.
Over 100 classic Popeye cartoons on one poster.
Rare classic cartoons are coming to Blu-ray at an affordable price.
Hanna-Barbera characters like you’ve never seen them before.
Sixty years ago on this day — December 31, 1955 — a short masterpiece was released into movie theaters: Chuck Jones’ One Froggy …
Blame it on the yams!
Discover five of Cartoon Brew’s favorite creepy classics, based upon the literary works of Edgar Allen Poe, Franz Kafka, and more.
A dedication ceremony, open to the public, will take place on October 1st.
The footage is from a 1981 Disney tour to dozens of colleges.
Bugs Bunny’s life explained by a true animation fan.
Now 75, Bugs Bunny remains a towering influence. We look at some of his greatest hits.
A poignant peek into the mind of a Beatle whose talents extended past creating immortal music.
What do long-lost sweatbox notes reveal about the creation of one of Disney’s finest films?
This supercut of Daffy Duck looniness is a masterclass in how to combine animation and audio to build a great cartoon personality.
Happy centennial birthday to Bill Peet (1915-2002) who was born in Grandview, Indiana exactly one hundred years ago today.