The videogame publisher is in turmoil following widespread claims of sexual harassment and abuse throughout its studios.
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How Bluth went from Disney defector to Dublin’s animation don.
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Bron Digital will emphasize virtual production workflows.
The prospect of tv reform is worrying producers, including animation studios.
The show “will shatter the model minority myth and hopefully usher in a generation of Asian-American storytellers,” says Huang.
“To say I am devastated and furious would be an understatement,” said Sawalha in a statement.
Quibi denies the estimates, but there’s little question that the company’s offerings aren’t resonating with viewers.
Please, voters, just don’t pick “The Simpsons” again.
A former Pixar employee describes a workplace rife with racism, sexism, and class insensitivity.
Toon City’s CEO says the productivity plunge is fairly typical for studios in the country, and cites lagging technical infrastructure as a root cause.
The first few episodes of this animated documentary are now online. We speak to co-director Ed Bell.
Should theme parks be reopening right now? The Incredibles say yes.
“I’m a silly human being,” says the artist.
Pixar’s latest topped the rankings with all of $27,000.
From Kickstarter to Hollywood to Oscar glory to this: “Hair Love” is having quite a run.
War, gangsters, a drug-dealing piglet, and the gentle progress of an English couple’s marriage. Pixar this ain’t.
You know you’ve created a popular cartoon character when fans turn up at your studio asking to meet her.
Goro Miyazaki’s feature will be released by longtime Ghibli distributor Gkids.
Apple’s streaming platform is where the wild things will soon be.
A music video for a song by Sparks.