Here’s a look at some of this week’s offerings on Cartoon Brew’s Job Board.
“I like taking on something that’s not going to be that easy,” says “Uglydolls” director Kelly Asbury.
Disney could not find a magic feather for its latest glitzy tentpole remake.
The festival will present 15 features from Asia, Europe, North America, and South America, many of which will be making their Asian or Chinese premieres at the festival.
The Dreamworks threequel was also the #1 film in the U.S for a second weekend in a row.
“Boonie Bears: Blast Into the Past” will become the second-highest-grossing homegrown animated feature in China’s history.
“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” is setting international records ahead of its U.S. launch.
The $20 million film is the first feature co-production between New Zealand and China.
Four animated shorts will compete at the Berlin Int’l Film Festival next month.
“Boonie Bears: Blast into the Past” will open in China next month.
PAY ATTENTION TO THESE FILMS!
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 Academy is honoring animated shorts by snubbing the majority of the year’s most artistic and creative animated short films.
Hayao Miyazaki’s “My Neighbor Totoro” is the first Studio Ghibli film to receive a theatrical release in China.
Watch the trailers for the animated shorts that will compete at Sundance next month.
How many of these Asian animated series have you seen?
Glen Keane’s feature directorial debut will be animated in Vancouver.
The AI-generated synthetic anchor was created with the goal of replicating realistic movement, facial expressions, and voice.
Warner Bros. is co-producing its first Chinese animated feature.
Which five animated features will make the cut this year?
Here’s the list of 30 animation series selected for this year’s Asian Animation Summit.
How “Next Gen,” now streaming on Netflix, went from idea to animated feature.
It is the first of ten animated features in a co-production pact between Dezerlin Media and Zycon Media.
An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Netflix’s new feature “Next Gen.”
Meet Super Bao, an innocent and passionate steamed stuffed bun who is out to save the food world from the threat of bland flavors.
Netflix paid $30 million to license this Chinese animated feature, which will debut next month on its service.
The pudgy bear, a symbol of political resistance in China, isn’t welcome in movie theaters.
Chinese filmmakers have an everything-and-the-kitchen-sink mentality when it comes to vfx, not that that’s a bad thing.