From Sesame Street to She-Ra and Beany & Cecil to Beauty and the Beast, Carl Bell worked on countless classics.
The Academy Awards have a long history of ignoring the greatest animated films and filmmakers. Here’s a survey of some classic snbs.
Elaborating on ideas is better for the creative process than rejecting them outright.
The news comes amid renewed controversy about the character’s aggressively sexual behavior.
Says Bollinger: “Witnessing Daffy Duck coming apart at the seams as his world was deconstructed in front of him … it was sheer genius!”
Vincent Alexander run us through the finest self-referential moments in animation, from Koko the Clown to “The Simpsons.”
Cartoon Brew speaks to the organizer of “Dover Boys Reanimated,” a fun recreation of a classic animated film.
For the first time, every single black-&-white Porky Pig cartoon is being released onto home video.
The animation and design of ‘The Boss Baby’ is a deliberate throw-back to old-school styles.
We celebrate the 50th anniversary of the holiday classic with a gallery of rare artwork from the film.
Can Warner Bros. reboot Pepe Le Pew for modern audiences?
Figuring out how to make the characters in “The Angry Birds Movie” look simple was a big challenge for Sony Imageworks.
The creator of “Hamilton” reveals an unlikely source of inspiration.
Dante calls this unproduced film the “heartbreaker” of his filmmaking career.
Sixty years ago on this day — December 31, 1955 — a short masterpiece was released into movie theaters: Chuck Jones’ One Froggy …
Blame it on the yams!
Now 75, Bugs Bunny remains a towering influence. We look at some of his greatest hits.
The filmmaking essay series “Every Frame A Painting” takes a trip into the wondrous, disciplined mind of legendary animation director Chuck Jones.
“Inside Out” production designer Ralph Eggleston and historian John Canemaker will introduce some of the screenings.
Cut through the clutter with our handy guide to the must-see animation events happening in San Diego this year.