In 2017, John Morena set out to make 52 shorts in a year. The animator talks to Cartoon Brew about the one-of-a-kind project that is “Area 52.”
Watch over 1,000 cartoons in under 20 minutes.
The film, about a robot stranded in space, will play before a retrospective of popular Dreamworks animated features.
The Disney-owned cable network is using the program as an incubator for full-length series.
“Hair Love,” which started as an independent short, is now getting a release in front of a major studio film.
The deal encompasses all seven of Plympton’s feature films as well as over 50 of his shorts.
Colombian animation studio Venturia shares tricks and techniques they used to create a vintage-style animation piece.
We speak to the filmmakers of three short animated documentaries from the current festival circuit and learn how they came to be made.
The first edition of “Animation Next” will tour U.S. theaters this fall.
North America’s largest animation festival will screen 54 shorts and six features in competition.
Over 170 people have been invited to join the Academy’s animation and vfx branches.
The Danish school’s bachelor projects comprise half a dozen films and a video game. All but one is available to view online.
The French school produced five signal films for this year’s Annecy Festival. Watch them all here.
New Looney Tunes debuted on Wednesday in front of a standing-room only crowd of 1,000 festival attendees.
With its new short “Sherman,” Unity is showcasing what’s possible in real-time rendering of fur, hair, and feathers.
Nickelodeon announces the start of a new shorts program headed up a respected creative force in the animation world.
In an exclusive English-language interview, Yoshiaki Nishimura speaks with Cartoon Brew’s about the growth of his company, Studio Ponoc.
“From the start, I wanted to create a film that uses code,” says Frei, whose film will screen next week at Annecy.
Twenty Disney artists have already directed shorts for the program.