A real-time rendering pipeline using Unreal Engine 4 helped make possible this soon-to-be-released feature from Pakistan.
Originality is overrated. Let’s just make Dr. Seuss cartoons forever.
We take a look at some promising upcoming Latin American animation projects.
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This marks only the second time in the history of the award that an animated film has been nominated for the top prize.
A look at how ILM and Andy Serkis’ Snoke continued to evolve during production on the latest “Star Wars” film.
Cartoon Movie is the place to find out what’s happening in European feature animation.
The most expensive animated feature ever produced in the Middle East is coming to U.S. theaters next month.
“Blade Runner 2049” and “War for the Planet of the Apes” topped the live-action feature film categories.
Already a hit in several South American countries, “Condorito” opens today in the United States.
‘Paddington 2’ animation supervisor Pablo Grillo talks with us about how Framestore explored animation style and technique to discover the personality of its cg-animated star.
“Teen Titans Go! To The Movies” is raising the bar for farting in American animation.
A cartoonish blast from the past, co-directors Benjamin Renner and Patrick Imbert’s Big Bad Fox and Other Tales bows equally to …
The BAFTA nominations for animated feature, British short animation, and special visual effects are announced.
One of the darkest of the Oscar-contending animated features, “Birdboy: The Forgotten Children” explores how external matters like pollution and drugs can contaminate the interior of its characters.
“Have A Nice Day,” a 2D-animated black comedy from China, is set to launch in the U.S. this month.
“Okja” helmer Bong Joon-ho offers a director’s perspective on creating a lead character that is entirely computer generated.
Check out this video that celebrates some of the highlights from an excellent year in feature animation.
The animated features of Japanese animation rebel Masaaki Yuasa are coming to U.S. theaters.
There are hundreds of visual effects shots in “Downsizing, but the film is certainly not a visual effects movie.