At least 20 vfx artists have lost their jobs.
Children’s books, sitcom parodies, Lego animation: the crisis is bringing out the best in artists the world over.
Iran has been badly hit by the coronavirus, and one studio owner worries about how it’ll affect the country’s burgeoning animation industry.
Only three weeks ago, the festival’s organizers stated that an online edition would be “inconceivable.”
The spread of the coronavirus has raised a fundamental question: What makes a festival a festival?
Utter chaos defines the last 30 days in the animation world.
In a new series of articles, Cartoon Brew speaks to a range of industry figures about how the crisis has affected them.
The coronavirus has pushed other releases back — and may still do the same with these two.
“Right now is the time for the utmost flexibility towards vfx artists and all practitioners,” says the society.
The days of exclusive theatrical windows will eventually come to an end. Coronavirus is simply speeding up the process.
With nearly all U.S. theaters shut down for the foreseeable future, companies like Disney are adapting in real-time.
Amidst a nationwide lockdown in France, production has halted on “Minions: The Rise of Gru.”
Filmmaker and animator Patrick Smith is no stranger to self-isolation. He does it on purpose. He shares the techniques that have made him more productive than working in a studio.
Developers behind some of the industry’s most widely used softwares are making it easier to work from home.
The number of theaters that have gone dark runs well into the thousands.
While other industries send their workers home, visual effects employers are dragging their feet.
“Trolls World Tour” will be the guinea pig in a major experiment for Hollywood film studios.
Toon Boom is making it easier for studio artists and students to work remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.
Instead of toilet paper, stock up on pajamas because we’re all going to be working from home soon!
The Walt Disney Company is dealing with the coronavirus outbreak on all fronts.
Read the latest statements on the disease from major animation festivals.
“Onward” had the smallest theatrical audience ever for a Pixar release.
The film’s global opening could break the $100-million mark, despite turmoil caused by the coronavirus.
“Sonic the Hedgehog” continues to control the box office, while “Call of the Wild” delivered an underwhelming debut.
To help contain the coronavirus, Chinese distributors have canceled releases during the highly profitable new year holiday.