New bonus content, collectible packaging, and specialty releases are in development for the Laika library.
On a train journey without stops or destination, each passenger has a problem that they need to solve or embrace.
The executive was previously overseeing development at the John Lasseter-led Skydance Animation.
The filmmakers behind Netflix’s holiday special “Alien Xmas” discuss the uses of the pre-eminent stop-motion software.
A dead tree goes viral, attracting wildlife, a nature lover, and a crowd of online followers.
“Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema” will run at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh until September 5, 2021.
A loving elegy to a friend lost to suicide.
Music video for Future Islands’ “Born in a War.”
What would you be willing to do for them to love you?
The studio says it intends to hire back employees when it can safely have the crew back in its buildings.
Clay, needle felt, trail mix — it all comes alive in these eye-catching accounts.
That’s another feather in the streamer’s cap…
Youtube’s Rebeltaxi looks back at the goofy fighting series, an early example of how clay modeling could be used in video games.
Arturo “Vonno” Ambriz tells Cartoon Brew about making a stop-motion epic with little money and no prior experience.
Joseph Wallace spent almost six years developing “Salvation Has no Name.” Weeks into the shoot, he had to shut it down.
Aardman’s sci-fi send-up is their first feature to debut on streaming in the U.S. — but it has received a theatrical release elsewhere.
The three-part animated project will be directed by Paloma Baeza, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, Emma de Swaef and Marc James Roels.
Produced by Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, this is the fourth animated series to be announced by the new short-form streaming platform.
The director and producer of “Missing Link” were visibly stunned as they accepted the award.
Nelson Lowry explains how he harnessed the studio’s unique capabilities for its latest feature.