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The film, by Japanese artist Ujicha, is made with a lo-fi cutout technique known as “gekimation.” It will be available for streaming on October 21.
The program includes Oscar contenders like “I Lost My Body” and “Weathering With You,” and plenty of U.S. premieres.
Could Tartakovsky get an Oscar nomination for his new series, “Primal”?
The hand-drawn feature is aiming for a mid-2020 release.
The ecological fantasy adventure is the second animated feature to triumph in China this summer, following “Ne Zha.”
The “Violet Evergarden” spin-off debuted in Japanese theaters last Friday.
Gitanjali Rao’s hand-painted feature is an ambitious tale of love and loss in India’s biggest metropolis.
In its U.S. debut, the Chinese animated film grossed more per theater than any film playing on five or more screens.
“Ne Zha” is the only foreign animated movie that has ever opened in North America with over $500 million already in the bank.
Netflix will be pushing both of these animated features during awards season.
The Chinese box office phenomenon is headed to U.S. theaters later this month.
Thurop Van Orman, creator of “The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack,” makes the most of his feature directorial debut.
The mixed-media feature tells the strange yet true story of Luis Buñuel’s expedition to a remote Spanish region in the 1930s.
The cg fantasy feature, made by an unknown director and an unproven studio, has proven unstoppable at China’s box office.
In a year of U.S. animation box office disappointments, STX Entertainment hopes to avoid that fate with its upcoming “Playmobil: The Movie.”
It took just one week for “Nezha” to become the most successful animated film ever at the Chinese box office.
Watch the trailer for “The Legend of Hei,” releasing soon in China.
Marcell Jankovic’s 1981 animation masterpiece will get a theatrical release next spring.
In China, “The Lion King” was no match for “Nezha.”