In a new docuseries, creative teams at Riot and Fortiche recount how ‘Arcane’ went from pitch to series.
Jansen’s masterful integration of archival footage, audio recording, and animation was key to the success of three-time Oscar-nominated “Flee.”
The “intimate instructional documentary series” celebrates the craft of drawing and the artists who work at Disney.
Ukraine as seen through an animator’s eyes.
“The American Dream and Other Fairy Tales” premieres at the festival on January 24.
Based on a true story, Valley’s short was nominated for the Oscar in 2017.
The famous New Year’s good luck symbol of a little chimney sweeper is turned upside down in Frédéric Schuld’s powerful short.
The platform also contains nearly all of the 15 Oscar-shortlisted animated shorts.
Key contenders that made the short shortlist include “Affairs of the Art,” “Robin Robin,” “Souvenir Souvenir,” and “Windshield Wiper.”
Danish director Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s “Flee” is proving to be a dominant force on the film awards circuit.
Animation showed strength at the New York Film Critics Circle’s annual honors, picking up two different awards.
The film could campaign this season for animated, documentary, or international feature categories.
How does one grow up between an absent Iraqi father and a pervasive Jewish mother?
“Cartoon Carnival” will revisit characters like Farmer Alfalfa and Felix the Cat, and look at recent efforts to restore these cartoons.
“Bill Scott: The Portrait of a Moose” is a two-hour deep dive into the life of an animation legend.
The release paves the way for an Oscar qualification for the much-hyped film.
Pascal-Alex Vincent’s Cannes-playing documentary is a well-crafted primer on Kon’s career and works.
The festival will also host the world premiere of “Satoshi Kon, The Illusionist,” a documentary about the late anime master.
Marq Evans’s film also gives a rounded portrait of Vinton himself, as a visionary but flawed artist and leader.