The directors of the Annie Award-nominated feature film “This Magnificent Cake!” spoke with Cartoon Brew about their one-of-a-kind stop-motion project.
More perspectives on the global animation production boom from countries in Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
It’s part of a plan by the organization’s executive director to bring a “world-wide scope” to the awards show.
The Annie Award-nominated director sits down with Cartoon Brew to discuss the making of “Weekends,” and how he balanced the production while working full-time at Pixar.
VR projects are getting a place in the festival’s competition line-up, and a second competitive section for features is opening up.
A look at what’s happening animation-wise in various countries around the world.
In our first episode of this tour around the animation world, we profile Mexico, South Korea, and Greece.
There had been a lot of talk in the L.A. animation community about why Bryant had been invited to serve on the festival’s jury.
Directors Pierre Perifel, Liron Topaz, and JP Sans reveal how working on the new Dreamworks short transformed them as filmmakers.
We preview “Mighty Mike,” a one-of-a-kind animated series coming soon to Cartoon Network France.
Fernanda Frick, director of the animated short “Here’s the Plan,” is developing an animated series for Netflix.
The latest Google Spotlight is as much experiment as short, pushing the limits of interaction between the viewer and character.
Pearl studio directors Glen Keane and Jill Culton will present more details about their projects at Annecy this week.
Next week, Women in Animation will livestream a daylong summit dedicated to inclusion and developing diverse talent in the industry.
Based on the true life adventures of a Polish journalist, “Another Day of Life” uses animation to tell a tough story.
Scott Christian Sava accomplished one of the hardest things possible: producing a high-quality independent cg feature. But he wasn’t prepared for the distribution challenges that followed after the film was finished.
Films made in 23 different countries will be presented in Annecy’s official feature film selections.
Annecy, the world’s largest animation festival, has announced the short films that’ll be in competition at its 2018 edition.
We take a look at some promising upcoming Latin American animation projects.
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