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Cartoon Brew is building a new office in Canada.
Cartoon Brew launched on this day fourteen years ago.
We’re taking questions from our readers. Submit them via this post.
Looking for a new animation job gets easier starting today.
Rising young animators and filmmakers will be featured prominently in this new Cartoon Brew feature.
We’re announcing two new contributors who will expand Cartoon Brew’s coverage of vfx/tech and legal issues.
“Cartoon Brew,” America’s most-visited animation industry source, relaunches today with a complete redesign of CartoonBrew.com.
Cartoon Brew has always been vigilant about moderating the comments section. This year, we’re getting stricter.
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We are very excited to announce today the launch of Cartoon Brew Jobs, a new resource for the animation community.
As long as I’ve loved animation, I’ve been fascinated with the personal stories of people who work in the animation business. Not simply, “What character did you make?,” but WHY and HOW did you make it? I became actively involved in documenting those stories when I published the print ‘zine “Animation Blast,” and it’s something I’ve never stopped doing. For me, it wasn’t just about talking to a handful of familiar directors and animators, but to talk with everyone, especially those who had worked quietly in the trenches and whose stories hadn’t yet been told.
When we started offering recaps of Steven Universe last November, we were uncertain how readers would respond. Your feedback turned out …
Cartoon Brew is pleased to announce the expansion of our extraordinary editorial staff, which furthers our commitment to covering the wide range of ideas and issues that impact the animation community.
Please welcome our first international correspondent, Neil Emmett, who will join the ranks of Cartoon Brew’s estimable editorial staff. …
Pixar storyboard artist Bill Presing will unveil his new pin-up calendar Horoscope Honeys tonight, June 29th, at Gallery Nucleus (210 …
Our thanks to the Vancouver Film School and Rhino House, two of the companies that sponsor Cartoon Brew.
Due to popular demand, we’re extending the deadline to submit to Cartoon Brew’s 4th Student Animation Festival until this FRIDAY, JUNE 7. …