On the day of the film’s world premiere, director Milorad Krstić talks about his action-packed and intellectually stimulating animated thriller.
From short filmmaker to Pixar animator to director of hit animated features, Louis Clichy is charting his own course.
Mari Okada’s film “Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms” premieres in U.S. and Canadian theaters today.
The Japanese filmmaker’s toe-tapping latest “Lu Over the Wall” open in the U.S. this Friday.
The forgotten story of a true-life World War I hero on four legs is the subject of Fun Academy’s first animated feature.
With her first three shorts, Niki Lindroth von Bahr has established herself as an important voice in stop-motion filmmaking.
Next week, artists from across the U.S. and Canada, as well as Europe and Asia, will be in Berkeley, California for GLAS Animation Festival. We talk to the organizers about what makes the event so unique.
Nick Park talks about combining dinosaurs, giant ducks, and the world’s favorite sport in his stop-motion feature, “Early Man.”
This quirky Oscar-shortlisted student film from France is a fine example of how photoreal CG can be an effective storytelling choice.
A cartoonish blast from the past, co-directors Benjamin Renner and Patrick Imbert’s Big Bad Fox and Other Tales bows equally to …
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.
The moody universe of this Oscar-contending short was created with 2,500 sheets of recycled cardboard.
In order to produce “Negative Space,” a gorgeous stop-motion short that illustrates a father and son’s shared ritual of perfectly packing a suitcase, the directors were forced, rather appropriately, to get quite good at the art of packing themselves.
How the directors of ‘Revolting Rhymes’ adapted Roald Dahl’s classic collection of poems, and scored an Oscar short-listing.
“Okja” helmer Bong Joon-ho offers a director’s perspective on creating a lead character that is entirely computer generated.
To make the film he truly wanted to make, industry artist Robin Joseph had to go indie. Now, his film “Fox and the Whale” is shortlisted for an Academy Award.
“The more you learn about others, the more you deepen your understanding of yourself,” director Ann Marie Fleming tells Cartoon Brew about her quirky and enjoyable feature film debut, “Window Horses.”
An exploration of the storytelling power of real-life materials in animation.
‘Geri’s Game’ director Jan Pinkava sits down with Cartoon Brew for an in-depth interview on the Pixar short’s 20th anniversary.
The director and star of Cartoon Saloon’s powerful new work, “The Breadwinner,” speak to Cartoon Brew.