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Michael Govier and Will McCormack scored an Oscar nomination with their first animated short, "If Anything Happens I Love You." They spoke to us about their vision for the film.
Welcome to our series of interviews with the directors of this year’s Oscar-nominated animated shorts.
Our series on Canada's animation hotspots concludes with a profile of Montreal, home to one of the country's most vibrant animation scenes.
Ilze Burkovksa-Jacobsen explains how she drew on her experience of an oppressive regime to make her Oscar-qualified feature.
French artist Marie Paccou has added a new invention to the long history of animation production: the umbrellotrope.
The vector-based 2d animation software will continue to release new updates under the guidance of its creator, Mike Clifton.
A tribute to the talents the community lost this year: animators and cartoonists, directors and producers, voice artists, dancers, and basketball players.
We discuss the gentleman thief's first cg outing with Tomokazu Sakamoto and Tatsuya Akagi, animation and rigging supervisor on the film.
These young, high-quality magazines cover a huge breadth of animation, from Winsor McCay to Jar Jar Binks…
So the Toronto scene continues to blossom — but does it have the same lure it once did for aspiring animators?
We speak to finalists in this year's pitching contest about the benefits and challenges of creating animated IP in the region.
"The sprawling story seems to touch on almost every aspect of human life," says Long. "I found it overwhelming and strangely addictive."
The British Film Institute (BFI) is granting £922,406 (USD$1.2 million) to 15 recipients for the development and production of animation …
A mainstay of the East Coast animation scene, Tony Eastman worked on everything from "Doug" to "Beavis & Butt-head."
Matt Maloney, associate chair of Savannah College of Art and Design’s animation department, describes how the pandemic could change the industry for the better.
Hired by Disney as a teen, Champion acted out movements which animators then rotoscoped.
Forget about live animation events in the U.S. in the first half of next year.
"The animation industry is still a boys' club," says Hannah Lau-Walker, founder of She Drew That.
Matt Watts talks about an important and often overlooked part of the 2D animation process: character rigging.