And why he couldn’t resist adding some hand-drawn 2d sequences to the mix.
Without billions in backing or decades-old IPs, these indie producers are blazing a path in tv and feature animation.
Other big winners at Saturday night’s ceremony included the kids’ tv series ‘Tales from Dún Draíochta’ and ‘Odo.’
Filmmakers from five of the shorts explain how their stories are particularly local, despite being set in a galaxy far, far away.
Adapted from the book “Julián Is a Mermaid,” the film will feature hand-drawn animation and a bit of magic.
The Irish studio will expand Princess’ output capacity as it targets new genres and new markets.
Husband-wife filmmakers Graham Jones and Kasia Wiśniewska take on the tech sector in their latest satirical feature.
The festival celebrates the creativity and craft of the visual image.
The group also called on the government to work towards decentralizing the industry away from Dublin, helping studios set up in rural towns.
Nora Twomey, the director of “The Breadwinnner,” helms the feature adaptation of this Newbery Medal-winning kids’ book.
Get ready for two amazing days of animation screenings, conferences, awards, and workshops – all from the comfort of your own home.
The project blends classic cartoon craziness and interactive trivia.
Net profits increased 161% year-on-year at Ireland’s most famous animation studio.
“Flee” picked up nominations in three categories.
The experienced director and showrunner will oversee the young studio’s content slate, original and service work alike.
A producer explains how they built a pipeline for the upcoming hybrid series “Royals Next Door.”
Max Punchface is only interested in two things – punch AND kicking.
The organizers plan to hold the event in its usual home of Toulouse, France on September 20–23.
The film is the first release from London-based animation production company Aniventure.
Cartoon Saloon’s series “Dorg Van Dango” and the striking student film “Shergar” were among the other winners.