A prominent industry figure has vowed to never attend CTN Animation Expo again. He is part of a growing group of artists who are criticizing the popular L.A. industry event.
Applications are now open for the event’s free three-day intensive workshops with industry pros.
The VIEW Conference in Turin, Italy continues to expand its impressive list of speakers for its 19th edition, taking place October 22-26.
Three prestigious American animation schools – Calarts, USC, and UCLA – are teaming up for this first-of-its-kind symposium dedicated to the contributions of women in animation.
Mexico’s Pixelatl Festival is gearing up for a new edition, and we’ve got the debut of their 2018 teaser film.
Over two dozen Pixar crew spread across eight panels will explore the making of Brad Bird’s latest film.
Ideatoon is a truly unique program that is training Mexico’s new generation of animation creators.
Next week, Women in Animation will livestream a daylong summit dedicated to inclusion and developing diverse talent in the industry.
David OReilly, Joanna Priestley, and Pes are headliners at this event created by animators and for animators. It’s open to the public too.
The VIEW Conference has announced an impressive list of speakers for its 2018 event.
Keep an eye on Guadalajara, a growing center for the creative arts in Mexico.
Cartoon Brew’s vfx editor explains how he put together a conference track with major animation directors at the upcoming FMX conference in Germany.
We talk to animation producer J.J. Sedelmaier about the technology used to create classic cartoons – and his new museum exhibit about animation equipment.
Nearly fifty years after his death, Czech animation master Jiri Trnka will finally receive his first complete U.S. retrospective in a touring theatrical show that starts later this month.
The worlds of business and academia have not traditionally mixed effectively within the animation world, but this week’s Quirino Awards aims to change that.
With her first three shorts, Niki Lindroth von Bahr has established herself as an important voice in stop-motion filmmaking.
The company-wide event provides the studio’s artists not only a chance to let off steam, but to also showcase their unique creative talents.
From “Lastman” to “Fantastic Planet,” an extensive survey of French animation will take place in New York City this weekend.
We take a look at some promising upcoming Latin American animation projects.
Cartoon Movie is the place to find out what’s happening in European feature animation.