Everything from a Japanese detective who’s a literal butt to a new preschool series by “Rocko’s Modern Life” creator Joe Murray appear in our latest series round-up.
Watch Ruby Poon’s graduation film made at Sheridan College.
Four animated projects are getting the spotlight at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight sidebar.
Reel FX is hiring 220 people for its new Montreal studio.
Four lesbians reveal the nitty-gritty about their first loves, and share their erotic and fumbling attempts at sexual expression.
“Okja” helmer Bong Joon-ho offers a director’s perspective on creating a lead character that is entirely computer generated.
To make the film he truly wanted to make, industry artist Robin Joseph had to go indie. Now, his film “Fox and the Whale” is shortlisted for an Academy Award.
Today’s Short Pick of the Day comes to us from Canadian filmmaker Lubomir Arsov.
“The more you learn about others, the more you deepen your understanding of yourself,” director Ann Marie Fleming tells Cartoon Brew about her quirky and enjoyable feature film debut, “Window Horses.”
Following big success on the festival circuit, Ann Marie Fleming’s quirky indie feature “Window Horses” is set for an Oscar-qualifying run.
The Woody Woodpecker live-action/cg hybrid is almost here — at least if you live in Brazil.
Was “Leap!” a hit or a flop? Depends on how you look at it.
“The Nut Job 2” broke an all-time cinematic record for people NOT seeing a film.
Cartoon Saloon’s hotly-anticipated film “The Breadwinner” will world premiere at the prestigious Toronto film festival.
Happy birthday, Canada!
An animated documentary that demystifies the scientific, psychological, and social view on the female body part throughout history.
Cartoon Saloon returns to theaters this fall with a very different type of animated feature: “The Breadwinner.” We go in-depth on the new production with director Nora Twomey.
“Sausage Party” and “Trollhunters” maker Nitrogen has been acquired by Cinesite.
Nathan Jurevicius’ character brand Scarygirl is turning into a cg feature.