The 27-year-old pitching and co-production market is one of the most important events in the world of European TV animation.
Chris Robinson looks at a few different ways to read the Ottawa grand prize-winning film “The Night of the Carrots.”
Miró, Matisse, Picasso, and…Woody Woodpecker?
A must-see screening series of Spanish animation, past and present, is coming to New York City.
Spend an evening with stop motion master Henry Selick, director of “Coraline” and “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”
An appreciation of Caroline Leaf’s powerful and significant film “Two Sisters,” a momentous celebration of the work of women’s hands.
The character design conference returns to NYC this November.
Before he became a key member of the team that made “Rugrats” and “Aaahh!!! Real Monsters,” Igor Kovalyov challenged the animation world with his enigmatic short, “Hen, His Wife.”
The master animator will be visiting New York City in September.
Animation historian Maureen Furniss revisits the Ottawa grand prize-winning short “The Man Who Planted Trees.”