An interesting development in the world of feature animation.
Previously on Cartoon Brew
Oscar-hopeful “Long Way North,” a hand-drawn adventure film from France, is headed to U.S. cinemas.
The directors of “Sausage Party” talk about the challenges of selling an R-rated animated feature in Hollywood, producing a film on a fraction of the budget of other studios, and knowing when you’ve gone too far in an R-rated cartoon.
Law enforcers go overboard.
Ireland’s animators are getting the spotlight in a new documentary.
Animation historian Maureen Furniss revisits the Ottawa grand prize-winning short “The Man Who Planted Trees.”
The action-packed Korean zombie thriller is headed to the United States.
Discover the art of Jose Mendez, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day.
A key lesson for working in Hollywood: when in doubt, blame the animation.
Hanna-Barbera is getting an art show, and it’s not the one they deserve.
The true meaning of friendship.
Dreamworks’ cave crew won’t return for a sequel until 2018.
Corel has added significant improvements to the 2017 edition of its digital paint software Painter.
An elusive point of stillness in a shifting and expanding world.
Over 70 guests from 13 countries will attend Pixelatl next month in Mexico.
Claude Barras’ breakout animation debut “My Life As a Courgette” will represent Switzerland at the Academy Awards.
An animation legend celebrates his birthday today.
The impressive craftsmanship of “Kubo and the Two Strings” is currently on display in Los Angeles.
Police brutality seen through the eyes of a child.
A humorous collection of sketches around the theme of physical discomfort, with people who find themselves in painful, awkward or plain absurd situations.