Pitches for 85 new European series and specials were presented over three days at Cartoon Forum – here’s what we learned at the event.
Aardman co-founder David Sproxton is stepping down after 43 as head of studio.
The program, which runs September 12–30, will screen “Ghost in the Shell,” “Paprika,” and “Summer Wars,” among others.
New research looks at gender, ethnicity, inclusivity, and pay in the U.K.’s animation, vfx, and post-production sectors.
Gitanjali Rao’s hand-painted feature is an ambitious tale of love and loss in India’s biggest metropolis.
A neurotic middle-aged man faces an all-consuming identity crisis, as his marriage disintegrates and he is forced to express a deep, hidden desire.
Williams, one of the world’s most acclaimed animators, has died aged 86. We look back over his wide-ranging career.
Brexit or not, the U.K. government is investing in independent animation.
The Nick Jr. series is a striking hybrid of live action and animation. Its creators break the production process down for Cartoon Brew.
As the U.K. animation sector booms and Brexit looms, industry figures are relaunching a fund to address a growing skills shortage.
Two drunk friends accidentally walk into a crime scene.
The London-based animator invites us into her “little dungeon,” where she shows us her sketches, handmade t-shirts, and collection of tiny objects.
A comedy show in London is inviting animators and vfx artists to share anecdotes about their career setbacks, in the spirit of fun.
Why is the animation in “Paddington” so convincing? Animator Oswald Iten breaks down the film’s techniques.
A key figure from Pixar’s glory days will head up character animation for DNEG’s burgeoning feature animation group.
The stage version of Dreamwork Animation’s first film will have its most high-profile run yet in London.
The biographical film will use 2d animation as its primary technique.
A look at new and upcoming animation series for tv and streaming.