Despite being a kids’ series, the show “touches on ‘adult themes’ and illuminates our shared traumatic experience,” according to its creators.
The festival, however, has said that it will continue to support anti-war filmmakers who live in the country.
“There is no way to justify this terror the war has brought to peaceful Ukrainian people on our behalf,” say Russian animators.
Let Putin have it – in animation.
Zelensky voiced the cg-animated bear in the Ukrainian version of both “Paddington” and “Paddington 2.”
The conference’s organizer says that it is “immediately suspending business relations with Russian-based companies.”
Disney is also pausing the release of all future theatrical releases in Russia.
The Ukrainian director of “The Rugrats Movie” is known by many in the animation community for his personal short films.
“There is no justification for bombing and killing,” says the animation community.
Ukraine as seen through an animator’s eyes.
Meet Ukraine’s forest-dwelling, bison-taming guardian of nature.
A man destroys the nest of an unknown creepy creature. But it’s not the most horrible creature he will meet tonight.
Here are details on six upcoming festivals, only one of which has committed to going fully virtual.
Shu, a Toon Boom Ambassador, explains how she used Harmony 20 to create a hand-painted aesthetic.
Big development: India’s huge film market is opening up to non-American animated features.
Get a first look at the Ukrainian animated feature “Mavka, The Forest Song.”
Music video for Eluvium’s “Regenerative Being” by Ukrainian director Stas Santimov.
Chinese filmmakers have an everything-and-the-kitchen-sink mentality when it comes to vfx, not that that’s a bad thing.
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