Netflix is making a big play for the preschool crowd.
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No marquee films this month, but plenty of classics and a handful of new series — including the latest from Jorge Gutiérrez …
The festival will showcase the diversity of Chile’s fast-growing animation industry.
The show about young adolescence has been developed on Instagram, and is set for an online-only release.
The chaotic phase in life of a new mother.
Forget binge watching: Netflix wants you binge gaming.
The short film is written and directed by Joe Mateo, who was head of story on “Big Hero 6.”
The companies have vowed to take action against gaming addiction, as well as themes like “sissy men,” “gay love” and “money worship.”
This isn’t the suit the state of California filed in July. There’s another one.
The Chinese government says it wants only “excellent cartoons” that “promote truth, goodness, and beauty.”
This is the first Canadian animation agreement for IATSE, which also represents the L.A. industry.
“Cartoon Carnival” will revisit characters like Farmer Alfalfa and Felix the Cat, and look at recent efforts to restore these cartoons.
Says Mann, “Instead of asking ourselves ‘Why is this animated?’ we should be asking ourselves ‘Why is this not animated?'”
Yamamoto worked on “Astro Boy” and directed cult classics like “Belladonna of Sadness,” a one-of-a-kind burst of dark psychedelia.
The Avengers are caught up in their biggest battle yet.
A kaleidoscope of currency reveals what humans have valued over time.
The 9-episode series is based on the popular online game League of Legends.
Sometimes a 20-second Youtube video says everything that needs to be said about the animation industry.
The streaming giant takes a baby step away from binge-dropping.
“How to Be Black” is based on Baratunde Thurston’s comic memoir about his experiences as a Black man in America.
She will take over from Gary Marsh, who is leaving to set up a Disney-backed production company.