A round-up of animated series that have been announced for development, production, or distribution.
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“Lupin III: The First” is the first-fully cg feature installment in the long-running manga/anime franchise.
While traditional study can be effective for some, an online animation/vfx/game design school offers students the freedom and flexibility to study in a way that works for them.
The veteran voice actor reviews fans’ impressions of his characters, explaining his own methods in the process.
The deal encompasses all seven of Plympton’s feature films as well as over 50 of his shorts.
“I probably listen to music that I really don’t like more than even music I love,” says Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy.
In a pair of video tutorials, veteran animator Jean-Denis Haas gives his views on what makes a killer animation reel.
Colombian animation studio Venturia shares tricks and techniques they used to create a vintage-style animation piece.
The show is aiming for an animation style “inspired by the classic Fleischer cartoons from the 1930s.”
The first edition will be held in Utrecht and Amsterdam, November 9–17.
We speak to the filmmakers of three short animated documentaries from the current festival circuit and learn how they came to be made.
The first edition of “Animation Next” will tour U.S. theaters this fall.
A new initiative from South Africa’s Triggerfish aims to help young animators learn about the animation industry.
“Orbital Era” is Otomo’s third full-length animated feature. It will follow young astronauts as they struggle to get by in a space colony.
North America’s largest animation festival will screen 54 shorts and six features in competition.
“Weird Al’ Yankovic: “Goodbye to one of the all-time greatest American institutions.”
Stephanie Betts and Todd Brian will oversee the creation of original animated series for the Canadian content titan.
“Revue du Film d’Animation” will only be published in French — to begin with, at least.
The exhibition takes a comprehensive look at one of the most remarkable careers in Japanese animation. It runs until October 6.
Over 250 National Film Board of Canada directors have revolted against the organization, claiming it spends less than 20% of its budget on production.
A young boy forms a special bond with a giraffe.