Youtuber Jazza explores Fiverr’s freelance animation community.
We published nearly 750 stories in 2019 — here were the biggest ones.
Seven of the ten shorts on the shortlist for the 2020 Academy Awards were made outside of the United States.
Two-time Oscar-nominated animation director Kelly Asbury writes about the lessons he’s learned and the gambles he’s taken in his long career.
On Friday at Animateka festival, distributor Luce Grosjean called on festival directors to crack down on sexual harassment. Watch her speech here.
See the complete list of 2019 Annie Award nominations.
CNN, “L.A. Times,” and CNBC are just a few of the outlets that are not acknowledging “The Lion King” as the highest-grossing animated film of all time.
Online trolls forced “Sonic the Hedgehog” to be remade even while it was still being made.
Actors don’t want themselves recreated in animation, except when they do.
A persuasive argument about why the Walt Disney Company should be broken up.
Youtube is the most popular band amongst U.S. kids.
This year’s event found creators tackling the big issues of the day — discrimination, conflict, climate change — but are they going far enough?
In the tv animation industry, production techniques are reduced to a binary decision of 2d or cgi. “Undone” shows that it doesn’t need to be that way.
Do we have another “Lion King” situation on our hands?
Two-time Oscar-nominated director Kelly Asbury writes about his emotional journey in recent years after his last two animated features underperformed at the U.S. box office.
A group of industry figures has drawn up a list of prominent women in animation. They hope it will help festivals to pick more female jurors.
Is the Annecy Festival growing too big for its own good?
“The Lion King” is a big technical leap forward for the art of animation. Innovation in the art form deserves to be celebrated, not belittled and hidden from the public.
The challenge for Latin American creators: telling stories about subjects and themes particular to their identity, without sacrificing broad global appeal.