“Things can be done with really good intentions and have negative consequences,” says the actor.
New music video by Romania’s Framebreed studio.
In his debut feature “The Tower,” Grorud draws on personal experience to tell a story of Palestinian refugees that spans five generations.
The film was removed from theaters after the discovery of a scene that shows what Vietnam claims to be a violation of its water sovereignty.
Unlike the NBA and Blizzard Entertainment, “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone aren’t bowing down to China’s authoritarian government.
Over 250 National Film Board of Canada directors have revolted against the organization, claiming it spends less than 20% of its budget on production.
Walls, caged elves, Robert Mueller, and pee pee tapes: It’s an animated holiday special for 2018.
The pudgy bear, a symbol of political resistance in China, isn’t welcome in movie theaters.
The newest “Schoolhouse Rock!” song explains double negatives and how the president doesn’t not use them to lie.
A new series of short animated fantasies using actual Donald Trump audio clips as the basis of surreal animations that capture Trump’s paranoia, narcissism, and xenophobia.
Another prominent animation creator is attacking 21st Century Fox.
Creators no longer want to be associated with 21st Century Fox.
The creator of “Family Guy” and “The Cleveland Show” is sharing his true feelings about his bosses at Fox.
A “We Bare Bears” artist took to Twitter tonight to express his views on the multiple days of white supremacist and neo-Nazi rioting that has taken place in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Nuke first, ask questions about basic geography later. A new animated series by The Nib.
This doesn’t happen often, but animators Kirsten Lepore and Bill Plympton have been the subject of discussion on recent late-night talk shows.
This Trump crony admits he broke ethics rule when he promoted “The Lego Batman Movie.”
Isaac Perlmutter, CEO of Disney-owned Marvel, is a Trump advisor, too.
The director of “Battle of the Gulf” says that the film is “an answer to [American] propaganda.”
Orlando, Florida residents want the Walt Disney Company to “Let Trump Go.”