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.
As Sean waits anxiously in the local pub, he is forced to explore his own unhappy memories and relationships in an evening that will leave him changed forever.
The series, which is created by Pixar and Blue Sky Studios veteran Dice Tsutsumi, will mix stop motion and cgi.
Stop-motion pilot for Cartoon Network Latin America.
Object animation, mural painting, and live performers tell the story of a child trying to piece together a divorce.
Winner of the Vimeo Staff Pick Award at the 2019 Ottawa International Animation Festival.
The Polish event returns October 8–12 with a program of masterclasses, workshops, and other networking events for stop-motion filmmakers.
The 2019 edition will focus on the theme of “stop motion in the digital age.”
The Nick Jr. series is a striking hybrid of live action and animation. Its creators break the production process down for Cartoon Brew.
Winner of over 125 festival prizes and nominated for an Oscar, “Negative Space” is now online.
“If you have an idea for a short that involves story, for God’s sake don’t do it in vr.”
Just in time for Mother’s Day…
A cult icon in the world of American independent animation, Bruce Bickford crafted beautiful and terrifying worlds of stop motion animation.