Two Chinese animated features, ‘Boonie Bears: Guardian Code’ and ‘Deep Sea,’ featured in this week’s top 10 global box office list.
‘Dragonkeeper’ is billed as the largest-ever Spain-China co-production, animation or otherwise.
The feature topped the Chinese box office last weekend.
The Chinese government couldn’t resist editing the ending of Illumination’s latest animated feature.
One of China’s most successful box office animation directors, Xiopeng is back with ‘Deep Sea.’
Xi Chen’s cut-out films take a slow dive into personal stories in order to tackle larger societal and cultural issues in China.
As theatrical runs wind down in many key territories, ‘The Rise of Gru’ will get a second wind with Chinese and Italian releases.
A look at how Lei Lei combined his own ancestry with photos picked up at flea markets to tell a timeless story about family.
DeSantis also accused Disney of hypocrisy, arguing that the company only takes a stance when politically convenient.
In six days, “Boonie Bears” grossed seven times what “Encanto” managed in a month.
The feature from Lei, one of the most notable Chinese indie filmmakers working today, premieres this week at Rotterdam.
Despite a backlash over its character design, the film is proving very popular with audiences.
The seven-part anthology film probes the theme of childhood from various angles.
The filmmakers wanted more realism in their designs. But some viewers think the film is playing up to racist stereotypes of the Chinese.
Adults, take heart: the rest of the world makes animated features for you, even if Hollywood doesn’t.
Tiny Island Universe will feature malls and zones for users to “explore, socialize, and have fun in.”
The film made a big splash on Netflix with little help from U.S. viewers.
The Chinese streaming giant has changed its slogan from “Made for China” to “Made for Global.”
The Shanghai studio is going big on sci-fi, fantasy, and Chinese mythology.
They’re not donuts; they’re flummels.