The showrunners of three series — “Puffin Rock,” “Moominvalley,” and “Cupcake & Dino: General Services” — told us what helped them make the first season of their shows.
In this new episode of our series “This is My Job,” the Oscar-nominated director talks about what she’s learned about running an animation studio.
Apple has revealed new details about its streaming service that will include original animation from Cartoon Saloon and “Bob’s Burgers” creator Loren Bouchard.
A look at new and upcoming animated series.
Lighthouse, a joint venture between Mercury Filmworks and Cartoon Saloon, continues to grow in Kilkenny, Ireland.
Here are the nominees in the Academy’s three animation-related categories.
In the second part of this exclusive series, we explore the production design of “Animal Behaviour,” “Bird Karma,” “Late Afternoon,” “Grandpa Walrus,” and “Weekends.”
See exclusive teasers for projects that debuted at the Cartoon Forum co-production platform.
Cartoon Saloon’s next film will be distributed by an unlikely company: Apple.
Gamechanger: Apple, the world’s most valuable company, wants to start producing feature animation.
Many animated features are made as co-productions nowadays. But how do studios actually collaborate on a film? We spoke with Toronto-based Guru to learn how they worked with Ireland’s Cartoon Saloon on “The Breadwinner.”
The co-art director of the Oscar-nominated film “The Breadwinner” walks us through the design process of the film.
Sony Pictures Animation hits a new box office low with “The Star.”
The director and star of Cartoon Saloon’s powerful new work, “The Breadwinner,” speak to Cartoon Brew.
Cartoon Saloon’s hotly-anticipated film “The Breadwinner” will world premiere at the prestigious Toronto film festival.
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.
A theatrical release is set for fall 2017 in the United States.
“Song of the Sea” director Tomm Moore is ready to reveal details about his third feature, the “final panel of our Irish folklore triptych.”
European animation producers are putting forward a new vision for family-oriented animated features. Here’s some exciting upcoming projects.