Films from China, Iran, Japan, South Korea, and New Zealand all made the cut.
Highlights: Three original works from Disney and Pixar, Apple’s entry into the animated features arena, and China’s growing role in international co-productions.
Here are the contending animated features for this year’s European Film Awards, set to be presented on December 7 in Berlin, Germany.
The previous record was 27 features for the 2017 Academy Awards.
Universal’s delayed hybrid feature will be released on January 17, 2020.
The film was removed from theaters after the discovery of a scene that shows what Vietnam claims to be a violation of its water sovereignty.
The slate includes an anticipated new feature called “Realm of Terracotta.”
Disgraced studio head Bob Weinstein is trying to sneak back into the film industry through animated films.
Add “The Addams Family” to a long year of animated Hollywood clunkers.
The film is directed by Dan Scanlon and produced by Kori Rae, the same team behind 2013’s “Monsters University.”
Dreamworks Animation has announced two new features slated for release in 2021.
“Klaus” opens in select U.S. theaters on November 8 and launches on the streaming platform Nov. 15.
The first cg feature in the iconic franchise will be released December 6 in Japan.
At least three of its four newly announced directors have an ethnic background.
For the first time this year, one of the feature animation Oscar hopefuls will be an Iranian film.
Jérémy Clapin’s award-winning feature will hit select U.S. theaters on November 15, and streaming two weeks later.
The yeti-starring cg epic is the first feature from China’s Pearl Studio, co-produced with Dreamworks Animation.
Hollywood is looking to toys for yet another feature film.
“Frozen 2” is being sold to audiences differently than the original film.
Paramount’s aim is to start releasing two animated features per year.