Some popular festival films are now online, for a limited period of time, as part of the Shortlist Film Festival.
Here’s a new frontier for animated feature film promotions: airline safety videos.
From Japan, Ryoji Yamada’s music video made in pastels for Keita Sano’s “Mad Love.”
At a time when digital artists are still grappling with the potential of computer animation, Nikita Diakur’s “Ugly” is an eye-opening dive into the medium’s untapped possibilities and a bold statement on where cg animation might still go.
100 films were selected from a record-setting 2,469 entries.
Mexico’s Pixelatl Festival is gearing up for a new edition, and we’ve got the debut of their 2018 teaser film.
Mindbender continues its quest to develop cartooning in cg animation.
The “Be Everywhere All At Once” strategy is a new – and smarter – way to think about distributing a short film online.
A look at how e.d. films in Montreal has adopted the Unity game engine for animated filmmaking, and even developed its own real-time tools.
Watch the trailer for Quentin Baillieux’s new film “Le Mans 1955.”
“Purl,” directed by Kristen Lester, is the second project finished by Pixar’s new experimental shorts unit.
It’s a good year for the animation world: some previously overlooked women filmmakers and Japanese animation directors have been invited to join the Academy this year.
Kobe Bryant may be an Oscar winner, but he won’t be allowed to become a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
The latest Google Spotlight is as much experiment as short, pushing the limits of interaction between the viewer and character.
Here’s the most exciting Looney Tunes announcement in a long time.
Lots of people are discovering “Bea and Cad” this week – here’s a look at what’s next for these characters.
Created by ex-Disney artists, Taiko Studios had to learn some new tricks in international collaboration to create its first project, “One Small Step.”
The highly-anticipated stop-motion film from “Oh Willy…” directors Emma de Swaef and Marc Roels will premiere at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight.
Despite the winding path his idea took, creator Carl Faruolo is simply happy that Nickelodeon is finally letting people see what he made.
An unconventional animated documentary makes the cut at Cannes Critics’ Week.