Titles from Brazil, Peru, Mexico, and Chile were just a few from the increasingly prominent Latin American contingent at this year’s Annecy.
Recognizing the Mexican and Mexican-American artists who have made immense contributions to the development of the American animation industry.
For the second year in a row, it will take place in an online format, making it accessible to a global audience.
Animator, filmmaker, entrepreneur: to many, Ruíz was the father of Mexican animation.
Latin America’s leading animation festival will be held virtually on September 7–11.
2d animation performed well at this year’s edition of the awards, which honor animation from Spain, Portugal, and Latin America.
The series is in the works at Cinema Fantasma, whose film “Revoltoso” we exclusively premiered last year.
“The most important element is to have great confidence in your team,” says Rafatoon of directing animation in the Zoom age.
The event, based in the heartland of Mexican animation, brings together leading figures from the film, animation, video game, and vfx communities.
We speak to finalists in this year’s pitching contest about the benefits and challenges of creating animated IP in the region.
This week we look at shifting theatrical schedules, Fox’s big commitment to animation, and talk to Pixelatl head José Iñesta about Mexico’s evolving animation industry.
“Even though the industry is overflowing with female talent, it is not always highlighted,” says Pixelatl artistic director Christian Bermejo.
The trailer’s director Paco Zamudio talks to us about the state of Mexican and Latin American animation.
Arturo “Vonno” Ambriz tells Cartoon Brew about making a stop-motion epic with little money and no prior experience.
When Sam Kishi wanted to incorporate animated segments into his live-action feature, he didn’t have to look far. That’s because he also runs the Mexican animation studio Platypus.
Children’s books, sitcom parodies, Lego animation: the crisis is bringing out the best in artists the world over.
Arambula’s storied career took him from the animation studios of Mexico City to a 15-year run as the lead artist of the Mickey Mouse comic strip.
Mendoza’s wife and brother-in-law were also murdered.
A total of 22 works — features, shorts, series, and video games — from nine Ibero-American countries are in contention for an award.