A handy tracker to keep up with who’s winning all the feature animation accolades in 2016.
Makoto Shinkai’s “Your Name” wins its first significant American honor.
What have they done to poor Woody?
Baby Groot for the win!
The 20 films in contention for the vfx Oscar have been announced.
Behind the scenes of the film’s biggest beasts.
The New York Film Critics Circle has voted, and their top animated film of the year is “Zootopia.”
The three-night limited release also includes the North American debut of the 25-minute Ghibli short “Ghiblies: Episode 2.”
“Kubo and the Two Strings” has earned its first major honor of the film award season.
The French animated feature is debuting in the United States on the Steam game distribution platform.
So many great contenders this year. The first step to judging them is understanding how diverse the slate of films is in 2016.
New videos explore the water and volcano effects simulations in ‘Moana’.
Jim Hillin, the cg supervisor of “Beauty and the Beast,” reveals the creation of an iconic moment in Disney animation history.
An extended look at the animation in Sony’s fully-animated “Smurfs” feature.
ILM explains how they created the vfx for the New York Mirror Dimension sequence in “Doctor Strange.”
It will be the first animated feature produced by Georgia’s Fun Academy Motion Pictures.
In the final part of Cartoon Brew’s oral history of “Space Jam,” the crew reflects on long hours and the legacy of the film.
Mark Osborne, director of “The Little Prince” and “Kung Fu Panda,” is now attached to comic book adaptation “Bone.”
In Part 2 of our 20th anniversary oral history of Space Jam, the crew discuss tackling new techniques for 2D animation, and gearing up for the vfx.
The “Dam Keeper” universe keeps growing.