A look at some of the women making waves in Latin American animation.
As the holiday season rolls along, streaming services continue to serve up seasonal content to subscribers.
After a three-year hiatus, here are the winners from the 2022 BAFTA’s Children & Young People Awards.
The companies previously collaborated for 650 hours of content on Nickelodeon’s ‘LEGO City Adventures.’
‘The Goof Who Sat by the Door’ is the fictional story of Disney’s first-ever Black CEO who tried to make “the Blackest movie of all time.”
The companies’ first co-production will be a series adaptation of Tow Ubukata’s fantasy action novel ‘Bye, Bye, Earth.’
The sci-fi family series from Everett Downing and Patrick Harpin will touch down in early 2023.
The new series debuted as part of a seven-hour Jerry-themed block for Japan’s “Cheese Day.”
The series will air in 2024, and joins an ambitious lineup of adult animation offerings in development or production at Fox.
Netflix’s most-nominated project is “Maya and the Three;” Disney’s is “Ciao Alberto.”
“I know how to do every job in animation, so I’m gonna just sit down and do this,” Kopp says of his decision to go indie.
The Chinese streaming platform notes that it has seen a boom in demand for adult animation.
High profile original fare is joined by a glut of holiday themed programming in our November animation streaming guide.
Creators Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg call it a “soon-to-be-legendary televised masterpiece.”
Despite being a kids’ series, the show “touches on ‘adult themes’ and illuminates our shared traumatic experience,” according to its creators.
Works from as far back 2019 are eligible for this year’s awards, creating a familiar field of nominees.
Since January, Youtube has removed 2,000 ‘Wolfoo’ videos, and lawsuits have been filed in the U.K., Russia, and Vietnam.
‘Oni’ creator Dice Tsutsumi and composers Zach Johnston and Matteo Roberts dive into their unique director-composer relationship.
‘Chefclub Adventures’ is the latest example of how popular web content has become among studios, broadcasters, and streamers.
In an accompanying video, Kearsley described the development of the pilot, what went wrong, and if he’d return to make the series today.