The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced this afternoon the list of 10 animated shorts which will advance in the voting process for this year’s Academy Awards.
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We’ve got our first look at Illumination Entertainment’s “Minions,” the spin-off/prequel to the studio’s massively popular “Despicable Me” franchise.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences announced yesterday afternoon that 20 animated features have been submitted for Oscar consideration in the 2014 animated feature category.
Disney’s next animated feature “Big Hero 6” isn’t even out yet, but some parties are already claiming that Disney’s film “Moana,” currently scheduled for 2016 release, stole their intellectual property rights.
A man goes on a quest to find the spirit of a woman to whom he could never say goodbye.
The 3rd annual edition of Primanima, a festival dedicated entirely to student work and debut professional films, took place last week in Budaörs, Hungary.
Today we look at the work of Renée French, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
The new edition of the KLIK Animation Festival begins in Amsterdam tomorrow and continues through Sunday, November 9th.
The idyllic market square of two artisan stallholders is invaded by a slick fast-food vendor, set to steal all their customers.
Here’s a look at how some Disney employees came to work today.
A cat wants to become human.
Today we look at the work of Juanjo Guarnido, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
Hulu and Nickelodeon’s parent company Viacom announced earlier this week a deal that will bring the Nicktoons library to the online streaming service.
A new trailer and poster was released today for “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.”
A ghost possesses a pumpkin for a little Halloween fun.
Zag Animation Studios is a new feature animation outfit that plans to release two family-oriented films per year—one fully-CGI and one live-action/CGI hybrid—beginning in 2017.
New “Paddington” trailer; more CGI Paddington grotesqueness.
“Freak of the Week,” a music video for the Swedish rock band Freak Kitchen, premiered online today, and it just might be the most classically animated teeth-gnashing and hair-flipping metal you’ve seen in your lifetime.
A common social gaffe—forgetting somebody’s name—is the starting point for a mind-bending romp through the unconscious.
One of the most interesting things about the new “Judge Dredd: Superfiend” online mini-series is how it straddles the line between fan work and official product.