Host Jen Hurler takes a look at recent stories that people in the animation community have been discussing.
Streaming services continue to dominate the animation news cycle, with HBO Max, Netflix, and Disney+ all making big announcements this week.
Jen Hurler looks at the mass layoffs announced at the Walt Disney Company and whether they could have been avoided if the company had more sustainable business practices.
This week we look at shifting theatrical schedules, Fox’s big commitment to animation, and talk to Pixelatl head José Iñesta about Mexico’s evolving animation industry.
Fansubs, conventions, hentai, corrupt Italian politicians — it’s all in there.
Two hours of real talk from the iconic Dan Haskett.
The creators of the “Ghibliotheque” podcast will explore Kon’s films and series across six episodes.
How Bluth went from Disney defector to Dublin’s animation don.
How is the movement for racial justice shaping animation? We speak to industry figures who are pushing for change.
We dive head first into the Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe in a conversation with Tony Cervone and Bill Haller, director and animation supervisor on “Scoob!”
Welcome to the first episode of Cartoon Brew’s new podcast hosted by Jen Hurler.
Animation can stay with viewers for a lifetime.
The artists will aim to discuss the “big ideas and trends” in the animation industry. Listen to the first episode here.
The disgraced Disney and Pixar animation chief is thirsty for a new job.
In just four years, animators Tom and Tony Bancroft have created 100 episodes of their industry-focused podcast.
Jorge Gutierrez, the director of Fox’s “The Book of Life,” spoke at length about the film’s background and production to the website Del Toro Con. At the very least, the film promises to be the most personal and distinctive-looking major studio CG feature of 2014.
You’ve read Cartoon Brew for years, but starting next week, you’ll be able to hear it, too. Welcome Joel Frenzer and Alan Foreman, …