The sitcom originally aired on Disney Channel from 2001 to 2005. Its return has yet to be confirmed.
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A preview of upcoming animation books.
Apply for the ANIDOX:VR award recognizing excellence in factual and visual storytelling in VR and emerging media formats.
The film, about a robot stranded in space, will play before a retrospective of popular Dreamworks animated features.
Peggy Sue tries her best to perform an original song for the community talent show.
Are you looking to get some animation done in your hotel room? Finesse your script on the beach? Storyboard at Starbucks? L.A.-based artist Toniko Pantoja gives some tips on what tech you’ll need.
Users of The Roku Channel can now access a dedicated kids’ section, which features content from dozens of partners.
Williams, one of the world’s most acclaimed animators, has died aged 86. We look back over his wide-ranging career.
The sequel earned 72% less in its opening weekend than the original “Angry Birds” movie.
Mexico’s buzzing festival and conference returns to Cuernavaca, September 3–7. This year’s theme is “Roots & Tomorrow.”
Director and animator Richard Williams died Friday evening at his home in Bristol, England. He was 86.
The Chinese box office phenomenon is headed to U.S. theaters later this month.
After 27 years on “The Simpsons,” Clausen claims that he was fired due to his “perceived disability and age.”
Thurop Van Orman, creator of “The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack,” makes the most of his feature directorial debut.
Disney veteran Marlon West explores one of the studio’s most enduring effects, and its influence on character animation.
Sketchbook drawings come to life in this poetic expression of New York City.
The mixed-media feature tells the strange yet true story of Luis Buñuel’s expedition to a remote Spanish region in the 1930s.
In a snowed-in mountain village, the inhabitants await the arrival of The Man With Birds, who announces the end of winter.
The artists will aim to discuss the “big ideas and trends” in the animation industry. Listen to the first episode here.
In our round-up of articles, the senior crew explain how they created — and, in some cases, fudged — the film’s photorealism.
The Walt Disney Company has finally found a worthy competitor that can beat its films at the box office: The Walt Disney Company.