“Soul” and “Wolfwalkers” topped the feature film nominations with ten apiece, but most bizarrely, they aren’t competing against each other in the main feature category.
The cg family feature is set in Quebec, was made in Quebec, and was fully funded from regional and national sources.
Meet Ukraine’s forest-dwelling, bison-taming guardian of nature.
The studio’s latest feature is due to come out in June.
Olivia, a young Black woman endowed with superpowers, leads her family to what she sees as a better life — only to realize that’s not what she should be fighting for.
The film will be animated by vfx titan DNEG’s young feature animation unit.
The films will open theatrically in the country at the same time as their streaming releases overseas, raising the possibility of piracy.
The streamer is fast becoming a prime destination for fans of Chinese animation.
The platform also features the ten Oscar-shortlisted shorts. Best of all: it’s free (for those in the industry).
The deal will give a boost to Apple TV+’s meager animation offerings.
Welcome to our new regular round-up of animated feature projects in the pipeline.
“Everything in this film was new to me,” says Laudenbach.
For the first time in 22 years, the awards are not honoring animated features, which are now included in the spin-off Critics Choice Super Awards.
The film is out now in select theaters and on HBO Max in the United States.
Of the five nominees, four are based on original ideas — a big change from last year’s contenders.
For the first article in our new series, Gutierrez tells us about the original ending to his 2014 feature — and why he had to change it.
The Canadian director has followed his 2019 film “Ville Neuve” with an equally multi-layered, mesmerizing work.
The arthouse distributor which released the Oscar-winning “Parasite” paid a seven-figure sum for the European co-pro.
The film, based on an original idea from the comedian, will reportedly be “timely, poignant, and comedic.”
Sudden inspirations, crushed dreams, McDonald’s, an angry Sting … it’s all in there.