The “Wallace & Gromit” film will be co-directed by creator Nick Park.
Extraterrestrial love, wartime trauma, the pains of becoming an adult: what will catch voters’ attention?
We speak to Joe Mateo, director of Skydance Animation’s new short “Blush,” as well as revisit some of the month’s most interesting stories in the animation world.
Dan Ojari and Mikey Please explain how they made their seasonal short at the storied stop-motion studio.
The film will tell the story of a young elephant from the jungles of Kerala who dreams of becoming a Bollywood dancer.
The Netflix holiday special is directed by Aardman newcomers Dan Ojari and Mikey Please.
“The Very Small Creatures” will incorporate the British studio’s signature plasticine-puppet stop motion.
The show “reminds me of just how profound an impact animation can have on a young mind,” says Bogan.
“There was a magical quality in it: it’s more like little dolls that were coming to life,” says Park of the classic British stop-motion series.
The 93rd Academy Awards will be presented on April 25.
The British inventor-and-dog duo’s first ar adventure is due to launch in mid-January.
The streaming platform has announced five features, two specials, and one limited series for the next 12 months.
The two entertainment giants will team up to “create stories tailored for current and future platforms.”
“To say I am devastated and furious would be an understatement,” said Sawalha in a statement.
That’s another feather in the streamer’s cap…
For less than $17, experience the first virtual edition of the famous Annecy festival.
Aardman is taking Wallace and Gromit into augmented reality.
Joseph Wallace spent almost six years developing “Salvation Has no Name.” Weeks into the shoot, he had to shut it down.
The U.K. animation industry gathered earlier this month in London to celebrate its recent achievements at the British Animation Awards.
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.