In the second part of this exclusive series, we explore the production design of “Animal Behaviour,” “Bird Karma,” “Late Afternoon,” “Grandpa Walrus,” and “Weekends.”
In the first of a two-part series, we explore the production design of “Age of Sail,” “Bao,” “Bilby,” “Lost & Found,” and “One Small Step.”
The director of “Tito and the Birds” speaks with Cartoon Brew about his film about the “disease of fear,” a condition that turns people into zombie-like creatures.
An extensive conversation with “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” director Bob Persichetti.
The Annie Award-nominated director sits down with Cartoon Brew to discuss the making of “Weekends,” and how he balanced the production while working full-time at Pixar.
EXCLUSIVE: Titmouse is launching an online animation talk show featuring an all-star group of industry guests.
Japanese auteur Mamoru Hosoda sits down with Cartoon Brew for an extensive talk about his latest film “Mirai,” opening this week in the United States.
Working with a limited budget, Nigerian artist Shofela Coker created a lush series of “breathing paintings” for the hybrid documentary “Liyana.”
Jamaal Bradley has worked on some of Hollywood’s biggest animation productions. Now he’s making his directorial debut with the feature-quality independent short “Substance.”
We invited industry pros to tell Cartoon Brew readers what’s inspiring them right now.
With a new Blu-Ray release of the film debuting today, director Henry Selick shares stories behind the making of “The Nightmare Before Christmas” on its 25th anniversary.
Cartoon Brew speaks to the organizer of “Dover Boys Reanimated,” a fun recreation of a classic animated film.
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.”