Hedgehogs, ninjas, rainbows, and trolls — kids are well catered for at this year’s event.
Oscar hopefuls shared some fascinating angles on behind-the-scenes crew diversity in a new roundtable.
Haunted castles, warring salamanders, migrants on a magical journey, and more…
Pixar’s chief creative officer outlines his vision for a more diverse studio.
The film will be localized and renamed “Kung Fu Gools” for the Chinese market.
No animated feature is ever a true frontrunner for the Oscar unless it is a Disney Company production, but critics’ groups are making their case for Apple TV+’s “Wolfwalkers.”
“Here was an insanely beautiful film that was about me!” says Hulsing. “About the pain and depression and craziness that I felt.”
INBTWN bills itself as an “animation convention & festival built from the ground-up for today’s digital audiences.”
Cambodian textile factories, Parisian street urchins, an albino girl with telepathic powers — here lies the future of European feature animation.
The article is a trove of anecdotes about Don Bluth, vegetarian food, psychedelic drugs, and more…
Five years in the making, the ecological fantasy feature topped the Chinese box office last year.
The film will get a theatrical release in Japan in summer 2021.
The film will be helmed by vfx veteran Wendy Rogers (“Shrek,” “Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron”) in her directorial debut.
The film could overtake “Spirited Away” and top the all-time ranking within the next couple weeks.
According to the U.S. government, “Shrek” reflects “who we are as a people and as a nation.”
The European Film Awards chose a biopic about Spanish artist Josep Bartoli as the best animated feature of the year.
Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios are moving into series production, “Star Wars” and Marvel get spin-offs, and African creators come onboard…
Dreamworks is continuing its relationship with “Captain Underpants” creator Dav Pilkey.
We discuss the gentleman thief’s first cg outing with Tomokazu Sakamoto and Tatsuya Akagi, animation and rigging supervisor on the film.
The caveman sequel has now grossed $20.3 million in North America and $36.6 million in China.