The Oscar-nominated director talks about the animation he created for the new “Belushi” documentary.
Nihei’s new film “Polka-Dot Boy” premieres this week at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
“In some ways, being remote on a large production has probably protected me by having fewer daily interactions and distractions,” says Nathan Love’s Joe Burrascano.
Portuguese filmmaker Abi Feijó believes children should do more than just watch animation; they should also learn how to bring their own stories to life. And he’s been teaching kids how to create animated films for over 30 years.
The feature-length memoir was the only feature in competition at Annecy this year that was directed by a woman. We spoke with director Ilze Burkovska Jacobsen.
The first few episodes of this animated documentary are now online. We speak to co-director Ed Bell.
How do you create a world that’s both cute and threatening? The show’s art director Angela Sung explains.
Kenji Iwaisawa made his award-winning film for one tenth of a normal anime feature’s budget. He tells us how he did it.
We speak to the renowned filmmaker ahead of the Annecy premiere of his autobiographical new film “Altötting.”
Ahead of its Annecy screening, director Mariusz Wilczyński tells us how he made “the first feature animated art film in the history of Polish cinema.”
Ghibli’s former head of international speaks about the studio’s awkward relationship with Disney — and much more — ahead of the release of his memoir.
Uli Meyer speaks to Cartoon Brew about the challenges of adapting Ronald Searle’s artwork to animation.
Chris Mayne tells Cartoon Brew how he keeps track of more than a thousand jobs per month.
The duo behind “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” and “The Lego Movie” are BIG fans of Clapin’s film.
We speak to director Dean DeBlois and head of character animation Simon Otto about the Oscar-nominated “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.”
We speak to the directors behind “Daughter,” “Memorable,” “Kitbull,” “Sister,” and “Hair Love.”
Spider-Man, Nazis, Steve Jobs: this two-and-a-half-minute anijam has it all.
The director of Netflix’s “Klaus” tells Cartoon Brew why he made his groundbreaking 2d feature, despite initially disliking the story.
Shorter festival windows, easy access to digital production tools, and uninhibited explorations of sexuality are just some of the recent developments in the world of animated shorts.