Buck art director Helena Dong explains how she created an augmented reality exhibit for Takashi Murakami’s work at The Broad in Los Angeles.
Founder Kris Wimberly discusses the new studio, meant to be a gateway into the industry for artists from marginalized communities.
Oddbot has optioned the rights to The Cardboard Kingdom, Séance Tea Party, and The Okay Witch.
Simon Pegg’s Bob the lucky black cat provides a few long-awaited details about the Land of Luck in the film’s first teaser.
Solar Opposites production workers are only the second such group to be represented by The Animation Guild in recent history.
Dune and Encanto led the pack with four awards apiece.
After years of delays, reschedulings, and stretches of radio silence, “The Bob’s Burgers Movie” is gearing up for a release on May 27.
The film marks the directorial debut of Jared Stern, creator of the animated series “Green Eggs and Ham.”
Frederator and Mainframe have worked on shows including “Madagascar: A Little Wild,” “Castlevania,” and “Adventure Time.”
Anderson is accused of duping investors into contributing to his companies. If convicted, he could face decades in jail.
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A gallery will examine problematic characters, from Speedy Gonzales to the crows in “Dumbo.”
Original art from the show’s team will be exhibited and sold at the event, which runs from September 25 to October 3.
The exhibition will open together with the L.A. museum on September 30.
The game giant has a damaging “frat boy” company culture, says a state agency.
Based in L.A. and Montreal, the new studio will work on “premiere real-time 2d and 3d series and features.”
For the first time, audiences outside of L.A. will be able to experience Animation is Film, which is adding virtual screenings to its line-up this year.
Mikros Animation will now produce both episodic series and feature animation.
The proportion at union studios in L.A. has risen from 28% in 2019 to 31.6% this month, even as women have left the wider workforce in droves.
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