This is what you clicked on the most in 2016.
91 of 92 of major American animation releases in the current decade have had a male director.
The rise of dead celebrities is new again, thanks to “Rogue One.”
Hayao Miyazaki does not like AI-generated animation.
Only in Hollywood animation: seven white dudes discuss representation, feminism, and cultural sensitivity.
The Annie Awards have a problem. But does ASIFA-Hollywood want to fix it.
The only minority creator of a original series currently airing on Cartoon Network reacts to the U.S. election.
Inspiring thoughts from one of the best.
If you described today’s announcement of a “Lion King” remake as a ‘live-action film,’ you really shouldn’t be covering the film industry.
Asking questions about animation is what separates the student from the fanboy.
Yesterday was Jeffrey Katzenberg’s last day as head of DreamWorks Animation. What he created will never exist again.
A key lesson for working in Hollywood: when in doubt, blame the animation.
Hanna-Barbera is getting an art show, and it’s not the one they deserve.
“Gender has nothing to do with making movies,” Nishimura said, after claiming that women were not a good choice for directing fantasy films.
How does one of the most famous animators in the world get booted from his country’s only animation school?
The director of “Coraline” and “The Nightmare Before Christmas” explains why you should know the name Jan Svankmajer and how to help him make his last feature film.
Women are too realistic to be capable of directing fantasy films, says Ghibli producer.
We will all be this lady in a few years.
We’ve got a lot to talk about.