Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how they made this new Gorillaz ad campaign.
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“Barbeque,” winner of best graduation film at 2018 Annecy, is now online.
Students from School of Visual Arts’s MFA Computer Arts department share what they learned at their summer internships.
The actor’s union and tv producers have reached a tentative agreement that will prevent a strike of animated tv series in Los Angeles.
The first thing you notice when you arrive at La Poudrière in Bourg-lès-Valence, France is a tall brick chimney. Quite unusual for an animation school…
Taiko, the studio of ex-Disney animation artists, has released its first short online.
Foot Locker and Asics created this anime-inspired series to promote the launch of a new apparel and footwear collection.
Aardman, the famed stop motion studio behind Wallace & Gromit and Shaun the Sheep, is going in a very different direction for its first major video game.
In our short pick of the day, two beetles intensely fighting over a fig fruit.
A terrific group of animated features from around the world has been selected to compete at the upcoming Animation is Film festival in Los Angeles.
The studio had been responsible for the Dead Rising franchise.
This deal, as far as we know, is Netflix’s first publicly announced overall animation deal with a woman creator.
Illumination has released a new trailer for its adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic.
Learn more about this charming and quirky half-hour holiday special being developed by Hugo de Faucompret and Laïdak Films.
“Hotel Transylvania 3” is just the second animated feature to cross the $500 million mark this year.
The Sundance 2018-selected short by The Brothers McLeod is now online.
Our handy overview of important stories from around the animation world.
The César Awards, France’s highest film honor, have announced the shortlist of 12 French films that are in contention for its 2018 award for best animated short.
The young Danish studio Sønc offers a peek at their new project, “Fjer,” a darkly poetic urban fantasy about emancipation and discovering one’s own sexuality.
Brooklyn-based animation producer Cartuna is using Facebook’s video platform Facebook Watch to launch two new animated series.
The cult U.K.-produced webseries “Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared” is being developed as a television show.