Disney’s streaming chief will oversee the global expansion of the popular, controversial video sharing app.
After a decade of studying and working in Europe, show creator Cheng Li is pushing to bring new ideas into Chinese series.
The Chinese government has found a new use for animation: spreading anti-U.S. propaganda.
The partnership’s first project will be a short film about the coronavirus.
The website, which hosts a variety of animated content, claims 130 million monthly average users.
We speak to the directors behind “Daughter,” “Memorable,” “Kitbull,” “Sister,” and “Hair Love.”
Dogs, cats, and hairdressing aplenty: “Scissor Seven” isn’t your usual assassin show.
To help contain the coronavirus, Chinese distributors have canceled releases during the highly profitable new year holiday.
It will be held in Hangzhou in April.
Cartoon Brew visited the first edition of Feinaki Beijing Animation Week, a new kind of animation event in China.
Don’t miss this opportunity: half of the shortlisted Oscar animated shorts are currently available to view online.
Silvergate’s shows include “Hilda,” “Peter Rabbit,” and “Octonauts.”
A director talks us through the ups and downs of making a low-budget cg animated feature.
Films from China, Iran, Japan, South Korea, and New Zealand all made the cut.
The character, who is well-known across China and Asia, will star in a “modern comedy-drama” produced by Warnermedia and Ciwen Media.
The film was removed from theaters after the discovery of a scene that shows what Vietnam claims to be a violation of its water sovereignty.
The slate includes an anticipated new feature called “Realm of Terracotta.”
Unlike the NBA and Blizzard Entertainment, “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone aren’t bowing down to China’s authoritarian government.
Chinese moviegoers had plenty of animation options — and they avoided nearly all of them.
The good news: It’s the best U.S. debut for an original animated film this year. The bad news: It’s one of Dreamworks Animation’s worst openings ever.