Netflix really wanted this Chinese animated feature. We try to figure out why.
Created by ex-Disney artists, Taiko Studios had to learn some new tricks in international collaboration to create its first project, “One Small Step.”
The latest film in the franchise is the highest-grossing animation release of 2018 to date.
The Chinese/American co-production is aiming for a 2019 launch.
The long journey to make this Chinese feature is documented in a new video.
Cinesite’s studio in Montreal will produce animation for “Extinct,” a Chinese animated feature directed by “Simpsons Movie” director David Silverman.
A busy February weekend in both the U.S. and China resulted in both hits and misses.
The hit Chinese animated feature “Big Fish & Begonia” is getting a North American release.
A film that pushes the boundaries of Chinese animation filmmaking is now out in U.S. cinemas.
The Chinese company’s goal is to become one of the world’s leading creators of high-quality animation content.
“Have A Nice Day,” a 2D-animated black comedy from China, is set to launch in the U.S. this month.
“Extinct” is a fantasy film about fluffy creatures called flummels on the brink of extinction.
Details about a new studio and its first project, “One Small Step.”
The long-term vision of these Asian producers is bold: they want “to build China’s own version of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that will entertain audiences worldwide.”
Upcoming plans for Oriental Dreamworks include films about world domination by cats, a supernatural Chinatown adventure, and an adaptation of “The Monkey King.”
John Lasseter and Ed Catmull hosted Chinese animation creators in Burbank at the Disney-China Animation Exchange Program.
Without any advance publicity or notice, The Weinstein Company has quietly slipped the Chinese animated feature “The Guardian Brothers” onto Netflix.
It’s never a good sign when the people running a feature animation division step down from their roles before the company has even released its first film.
The Weinstein Company will release children’s animation through a new label called Mizchief.
“The Nut Job 2” broke an all-time cinematic record for people NOT seeing a film.