Kiran ‘KP’ Prasad, former head of studio at DNEG Bangalore and Chennai, will head the new branch.
Targeting the 15–35 age group, it’s billed as “India’s first and only television channel featuring this style of alternative animation 24/7.”
Introducing the world of the illustrious Mr. Panicker and his tall tales.
Youtube channel Khooni Monday’s horror videos rack up millions of views. Its creators want to see more risk-taking in Indian animation.
Another winner was “Hayop Ka! The Nimfa Dimaano Story,” a decidedly adult rom-com from the Philippines.
The second season of “The Legend of Hanuman” is currently the most watched streaming series on India’s paid VOD services.
The film will tell the story of a young elephant from the jungles of Kerala who dreams of becoming a Bollywood dancer.
Polygon India will address what the company describes as a “shortage of staff” among rigging artists.
The London-based company cites the current boom in demand for content as a reason.
Welcome to our new regular round-up of animated feature projects in the pipeline.
The local programmers of “The Tom and Jerry Show” are road-testing a new idea: the “thoughtover.”
Welcome to our new series, in which industry artists and filmmakers speak about their favorite tool they used on a recent project.
These indie animated features remind us that there isn’t — or shouldn’t have to be — anything inevitable about Hollywood’s dominance at the Oscars.
A caveat: that growth has been entirely reversed by the pandemic.
The Indian-European co-production marks another strong indie acquisition by the streaming platform.
An official statement says: “Covid-19 is changing the entertainment industry … The merger is a direct and necessary response.”
Here’s a film that somehow manages to look both derivative and original at the same time.
Warnermedia is emphasizing homegrown animation content for its channels in India.
Cosmos-Maya, an animation studio based in India and Singapore, has boarded the theatrical revival of the hit 1980s series.
How three female-directed features use animation to explore complex social themes.
Woof woof! Is anyone there?
The vfx and animation company employs nearly 7,000 people worldwide.
Gitanjali Rao’s hand-painted feature is an ambitious tale of love and loss in India’s biggest metropolis.
A round-up of animated series that have been announced for development, production, or distribution.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Indian animation event.
How many of these Asian animated series have you seen?
Big development: India’s huge film market is opening up to non-American animated features.