Fans of Sony’s “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” overran Disney’s Twitter Oscar campaign for “Incredibles 2.”
Georgia Cano, one of the three lead plaintiffs in the animation wage-fixing lawsuit, speaks out for the first time.
The Walt Disney Company has exploited the public domain while preventing the same opportunities to other artists.
John Lasseter is an alleged serial sexual predator, and that should raise concerns for women working at Skydance.
It’s a new day in animation!
Don’t call “The Lion King” an animated film. Or a live-action film.
The Academy is honoring animated shorts by snubbing the majority of the year’s most artistic and creative animated short films.
The European Animation Awards shed light on European animation’s self-image at a time of great change.
“”I’m not happy that I don’t get to participate. Who would be?,” says Woolverton.
The AI-generated synthetic anchor was created with the goal of replicating realistic movement, facial expressions, and voice.
Netflix is shaking up the animation industry in a big way. Here a look at the studio’s upcoming projects.
“They wanted to record and copy all my moves into a digital library,” says Li. “They could own [my moves] as an intellectual property forever.”
An investigation into the mysterious companies that are producing the most popular children’s content on Youtube, and what effect it might be having on children.
Responding to public pressure on social media, Walt Disney Animation Studios is reanimating the scenes of Princess Tiana that appear in “Ralph Breaks the Internet.”
Youtube is the new gatekeeper for animation creators – and that’s not necessarily a good thing.
A prominent industry figure has vowed to never attend CTN Animation Expo again. He is part of a growing group of artists who are criticizing the popular L.A. industry event.
The Disney Company’s inconsistent values and ethics is causing a lot of people to question its reputation as a family-friendly brand.
This film is a major rarity in the U.S movie market.
The “Be Everywhere All At Once” strategy is a new – and smarter – way to think about distributing a short film online.
Brad Bird doesn’t care if your 4-year-old doesn’t like his film.