The film, which tells the story of Catalan artist and political activist Josep Bartoli, hits French theaters tomorrow.
Barry Jenkins, known for the Oscar-winning “Moonlight,” is in the animation director’s chair for the first time.
Warner Bros. Spain has announced plans to invest in or produce 8–10 features a year in the country — both live action and animation.
Tang Chinese forces clash with the Abbasid Caliphate in this new feature from Nice Boat Animation.
This week we look at shifting theatrical schedules, Fox’s big commitment to animation, and talk to Pixelatl head José Iñesta about Mexico’s evolving animation industry.
As things stand, “Raya and the Last Dragon,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “Luca,” and “Ron’s Gone Wrong” will all come out between March and June.
The Chinese animated feature, which reimagines the millennia-old Mulan legend, is released in the country next month.
The Irish studio’s new film pits city against nature, sometimes beautifully, sometimes crudely.
The film’s release date has also been moved earlier.
“Conneted” is still planned for a release later in the year.
One animated feature is bucking the trend, and rather than delaying its release date, it’s moving it forward.
Rumors are flying that “Soul” might be the next animated feature to abandon its U.S. theatrical release.
The film recently held the no. 1 spot in Spain for two weeks in a row.
The feature adapts several short stories by the bestselling Japanese author.
The film, about a shipwrecked boy and his dog, is based on a novel by “War Horse” scribe Michael Morpurgo.
The film premieres this Saturday in Toronto.
The U.K. company has also signed with L.A.’s Creative Artists Agency “to help identify and develop global partners for its business.”
Suffering from low self-esteem, Yaeji uses an elixir to lose weight and beautify herself. Then come the side effects.
In a year with a reduced slate of animated features, two major releases — one streaming and one theatrical — will go head-to-head.
What is going on with “Raya and the Last Dragon”?