The partnership creates new links between the famed French animation school, Japan, Africa, and the U.S.-based streaming service.
With its new short “Sherman,” Unity is showcasing what’s possible in real-time rendering of fur, hair, and feathers.
In an exclusive English-language interview, Yoshiaki Nishimura speaks with Cartoon Brew’s about the growth of his company, Studio Ponoc.
Makoto Shinkai’s last film “Your Name” smashed worldwide box office records for anime.
Could Mohammad bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, become the Walt Disney of the Arab world?
“Weathering with You” opens in Japanese cinemas on July 19, 2019.
Toho will release the movie in Japan on August 2, 2019.
A man hunts for his dinner in the forest, but things do not go as planned.
The Berkeley-based studio founded by Robert Kondo and Dice Tsutsumi reveals big plans for 2019.
A look at new and upcoming animated series.
“Super Shiro” will center on Shin-chan’s dog, who turns out to be more than just a pet.
The new “Dragon Ball” film had a record-breaking single-day gross in the U.S.
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Hayao Miyazaki’s “My Neighbor Totoro” is the first Studio Ghibli film to receive a theatrical release in China.
Series is set to launch in 2020.
Watch the trailers for the animated shorts that will compete at Sundance next month.
Japanese auteur Mamoru Hosoda sits down with Cartoon Brew for an extensive talk about his latest film “Mirai,” opening this week in the United States.
How many of these Asian animated series have you seen?
Hosoda’s new film opens in the U.S. later this month.
In a little over a decade in the animation industry, Aya Suzuki has animated for a who’s who of A-list directors including Sylvain Chomet, Masaaki Yuasa, Wes Anderson, Satoshi Kon, and Mamoru Hosoda.
Which five animated features will make the cut this year?
The makers of Square Enix’s new experimental game aimed to create a seamless experience that combines photoreal cg and live action.
The trendsetting Japanese animation director is being honored with a major retrospective in Tokyo.
Don’t let the name GKIDS fool you, “MFKZ” is definitely not for kids.
“Akira” is “his biggest creative inspiration,” says Kanye West.
Meditative abstract cg film made with Houdini.
From Japan, Ryoji Yamada’s music video made in pastels for Keita Sano’s “Mad Love.”
The hyper-violent French/Japanese genre mashup “MFKZ” is headed to U.S. theaters.
Mari Okada’s film “Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms” premieres in U.S. and Canadian theaters today.