In a forgotten old penny arcade, a wooden doll is stuck in place and time
Previously on Cartoon Brew
The girl-empowerment doc which premiered at Sundance could become a CGI animated film.
A release date has been set for a sequel to the Korean/Canadian CGI talking-animal comedy.
“They don’t make animation like this anymore,” says Warner Bros. exec Mary Ellen Thomas.
A look back at members of our community who died in 2016.
Guillaume Aretos, the new head of Art Center’s entertainment design program, worked for 20 years at Dreamworks Animation.
Popular DJ and record producer Bassnectar has used Max Hattler’s films for years without permission or compensation,
The Polygon Pictures series directed by Goro Miyazaki earns some international recognition.
A photo-based animation project that travels back in time with a little steampunk time machine.
Over 100 classic Popeye cartoons on one poster.
Discover the art of Kim Jung Gi, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day.
An amazing look at Pixar before they made “Toy Story.”
Rare classic cartoons are coming to Blu-ray at an affordable price.
A mixed media music video for Charles X’s new single, “Can You Do It.”
How can a network announce new seasons of a show when they’re laying off the entire crew?
“In a time when Donald Trump is gaining momentum, the world needs Speedy more than ever,” says the film’s producer.
A student film by Max Litvinov made with gouache and markers.
A behind-the-scenes look at the ultimate challenge: figuring out the story of “Zootopia.”
This is a significant victory for the hard-working members of the feature animation community.
On a summer day an strange man who teaches Russian at the beach took me to a town.