“Part of me feels I need to go round to every single Indian person in this country and personally apologize,” said the actor.
In Denmark, the white actor who voices Joe has defended his casting. In Portugal, a popular petition is calling for the film to be re-dubbed.
Oscar hopefuls shared some fascinating angles on behind-the-scenes crew diversity in a new roundtable.
In the series studied, 51% of main characters were white and 63% were male.
In Danish children’s animation, size definitely matters.
The federal government estimates that, if the law passes, online companies could end up investing USD$627 million in local content by 2023.
Noor Hisham Abdullah, Malaysia’s director general of health, has taken an unorthodox approach to public health campaigning.
A film that speaks out about the Polish government’s attack on women’s rights.
Matt Groening and Dan Castellaneta offer a peek into why Trumpy’s grumpy.
“In the years leading up to this crisis,” writes Warren, “your company prioritized the enrichment of executives and stockholders.”
Sofia Coppola, Clint Eastwood, Wes Anderson, and Richard Linklater are among the signatories of a letter to Capitol Hill.
Netflix is fighting against an upcoming law in France that would force it to commission more locally-made French content. France’s animation union Animfrance is among those that believes Netflix is shirking its responsibility to support the country’s content.
Mayer left a top role at the Walt Disney Company to lead Tiktok, but Donald Trump had other plans for him.
The Chinese government believes that vfx-driven sci-fi blockbusters are good propaganda for its ruling Communist Party.
“I was told by certain Disney leadership that I could NOT represent any form of bi or gay relationship,” said Dana Terrace.
When all else fails, try animation.
Sugar was warned that if she spoke, “the show will be pulled from a lot of countries and that may mean the end of the show.”
CNN is animating its election coverage.
The first few episodes of this animated documentary are now online. We speak to co-director Ed Bell.