A look at animators on Instagram.
The animation of Latin America, Spain, and Portugal will be showcased through talks, presentations, screenings, and awards — all accessible online.
The world is a wonderful stage, but its characters are disgraceful.
John Lasseter is running an entire animation studio again.
The producer of the upcoming series explains why Finnish animation is going global — and what that means for the continent.
“A night train journey. A wagon full of passengers. An annoying companion in your compartment…What would you be willing to do in order …
Read the latest statements on the disease from major animation festivals.
The Spanish sales agency has picked up international rights to Espinet’s debut feature, which is based on his graphic novel.
A total of 22 works — features, shorts, series, and video games — from nine Ibero-American countries are in contention for an award.
Cosmos-Maya, an animation studio based in India and Singapore, has boarded the theatrical revival of the hit 1980s series.
How do the animated short film channels on Youtube work? Cartoon Brew speaks to one of them, as well as filmmakers who have gone down this route.
The director of Netflix’s “Klaus” tells Cartoon Brew why he made his groundbreaking 2d feature, despite initially disliking the story.
Cartoon Brew speaks to directors Luis Usón and Andrés Aguilar about their award-winning hybrid short film.
It isn’t all about Disney and Pixar in this awards race. These smaller-scale films from abroad also warrant attention from the Academy.
The Oscar-contending “Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles” picks up award for best European animated feature of 2019.
The awards, which honor animation from Latin America, Spain, and Portugal, will return to Tenerife on April 16–18, 2020.
Animators who worked on the film are sharing their reels online.
Matt Williames talks us through the special appeal and unprecedented challenges of working on Sergio Pablos’s “Klaus.”
An exclusive preview of the art book that accompanies Netflix’s new hand-drawn feature.
“Klaus” brings hand-drawn animation back — but it also pushes it forward. The film’s artists tell Cartoon Brew how they created the film’s unique look.