The true meaning of friendship.
The impressive craftsmanship of “Kubo and the Two Strings” is currently on display in Los Angeles.
Will Laika score big with “Kubo and the Two Strings”?
Glen attends a primal-scream therapy session that causes him to release something deep within that knows no limits.
Visual effects veteran Greg Jonkajtys is giving a high-tech upgrade to a classic Polish children’s property.
Michael Jackson’s chimpanzee Bubbles is getting his own stop motion feature.
Music video by Rob Shaw and Bent Image Lab for Aesop Rock’s “Rings.”
“Anomalisa” writer and co-director Charlie Kaufman just highlighted an ugly truth about the Animated Feature category of the Oscars.
Pineapple Calamari dreams of being a horse-racing champion–but when tragedy befalls the two inseparable women who share his love of riding, he finds his race to the roses abruptly halted.
In this fairy tale about relativity, a cuckoo clock narrates a day where bread was sliced one second thick, lovers fell in sync and time rarely flowed at an even rate.
A new trailer is out for Laika’s next film.
Lepore spoke with Cartoon Brew about the tactile wonder of stop-motion, gender and merit in animation, and why guest-directing ‘Adventure Time’ is a resume-stuffer that’s hard to beat.
Cartoon Brew speaks with the Brothers Quay about Christopher Nolan’s documentary, their exhaustive Blu-ray collection, and the challenges of finding funding for new projects.
One of the most original voices in contemporary stop motion talks about his work with us.
A washed-up movie monster relives his halcyon days.
Kaufman gained a real appreciation for animators during the making of his new film “Anomalisa.”
Cordell Barker, the two-time Oscar-nominated director of “The Cat Came Back” and “Strange Invaders,” guides Cartoon Brew readers through the challenges of making a mixed-media animated short.
Laika’s fourth film, “Kubo and the Two Strings,” is an honest-to-goodness action-adventure film set in a mythic Japan.
“Anomalisa” was a lot of work: Three years in the making, 1,261 faces, 1,000+ props and costumes. and 118,089 frames of film.
A short film about people with unusual living arrangements.