Warnermedia’s new Cartoonito preschool block is grounded in a proprietary educational framework called “Humancentric Learning.”
New small easy-to-carry versions of Richard Williams’s “The Animator’s Survival it” are being released for the book’s 20th anniversary.
Topics will include “Shrek” and Disney, online fan cultures, and merchandising and franchising.
All African citizens can apply for this program, which offers three months of paid skills development.
France’s TeamTO is partnering with Toronto’s House of Cool to teach storyboard classes.
Mentorships are key. Talent is not all about artistry. Parents need to be educated. And more …
The Hungarian animator’s popular GIFs earned her a recent commission from Adult Swim.
Succinct and timeless insights on how to be an artist – in one minute.
The “Simpsons” assistant director, who passed away last month, gave an illuminating masterclass shortly before his death.
Tom Sloan explains how, back in the 1980s, he and his colleagues animated the little man who lived on a plastic cup.
Aim to create jokes that you find funny. Avoid monkeys. And, if possible, install a diner booth in your home.
The filmmaker and “Over the Garden Wall” art director reflects on his unusual career path.
The editor is one of the most important – and least understood – roles in modern feature animation filmmaking.
The Oscar-winning writer breaks down his storytelling process and reflects on the “nightmare” that was this project.
Fiery debates, deleted scenes, Dutch angles, and Sean Bean: all figure in Maidagan’s essay.
In a new documentary, animator Shingo Tamagawa explains the unusual back story to his indie short.
An effect made famous in live action also has application in animated filmmaking.
Oswald Iten looks beyond Disney’s famous songs to the six feature scores composed by George Bruns in the 1950s–70s.
All you need is a pitch outline and nerves of steel.
Want to learn a useful new skill: try virtual production.