A documentary about Will Vinton, the Portland stop-motion renegade, is moving forward.
The new rule changes could make the animated feature category much less friendly to independent and foreign animated films.
“Zootopia” continues to be unstoppable.
Acting instructor Ed Hooks explores the animated performances of this year’s five feature animation nominees.
We’ve already talked about the record-breaking debut of “Deadpool,” but the other box office story that went largely unnoticed was “Kung Fu Panda 3′”s strong hold in its third weekend.
Low-budget features and South American contenders are competing alongside Pixar this year.
On the live-action vfx side, Star Wars: The Force Awakens leads the feature categories with seven nominations, while HBO’s Game of Thrones leads all projects with a total of nine nominations.
Audiences in LA and NY have voted with their wallets: they are ready for mature and intelligent feature animation.
Kaufman gained a real appreciation for animators during the making of his new film “Anomalisa.”
The tenth time’s the charm for Blue Sky Studios.
Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman’s stop motion drama Anomalisa is making its presence felt during awards season.
“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.
“Inside Out” leads the way with 14 nominations.
“Anomalisa” is proving that great animation can compete against anything — even live action film.
Here’s the complete list of animated features that will compete for the 2015 Academy Award.
Paramount Pictures has released the trailer for Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson’s stop-motion feature Anomalisa, which looks and feels …
Paramount will release “Anomalisa” in New York and Los Angeles on December 30th.
“Anomalisa” is the first feature film from TV animation producer Starburns Industries.
When television creators Dan Harmon (Community) and Dino Stamatopoulos (Moral Orel) — partners in Los Angeles production company …