Using software like Dall-E and Midjourney, artists are creating comics without lifting a pencil.
A round-up of upcoming animation festivals and events across the world.
David OReilly, Joanna Priestley, and Pes are headliners at this event created by animators and for animators. It’s open to the public too.
Next week, artists from across the U.S. and Canada, as well as Europe and Asia, will be in Berkeley, California for GLAS Animation Festival. We talk to the organizers about what makes the event so unique.
America’s premier animation festival, GLAS, has announced the full slate of programming for its 2018 edition.
A world-class group of animation creators will present at the GLAS Animation Festival, including “The Lego Movie” makers Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
The success of Cuphead is the harbinger of a new era for independent animation creators.
David OReilly conquered the world of indie cg animation in less than a decade. Now he aims to repeat that success in games with his stunning new work Everything, out today on Steam.
Animation innovator David OReilly describes his new game project as a “consciousness simulator/open-universe exploration game.”
Filmmaker David OReilly reports on his experiences at the one-of-a-kind Georama animation festival in Tokyo.
The mind-expanding Georama returns to Tokyo next month for a new edition with some major American guests.
The innovative 29-year-old filmmaker will be the subject of a MoMA film event.
Computer graphics have evolved more than you think.
The Sundance Film Festival has announced the film and installation selections for their upcoming edition, which will take place in Park City, Utah between January 22 and February 1, 2015.
Tonight in downtown Los Angeles: Beyond 3D: The Animated World of David OReilly, a retrospective of work by the Irish filmmaker.
David OReilly, a blazing star of the contemporary animation scene, released his first game titled Mountain on July 1st.
The Ottawa International Animation Festival has unveiled this year’s festival poster, which was designed by filmmaker David OReilly (“The External World,” “Please Say Something,” “Adventure Time”).
Pioneered by children, legitimized by people looking up weird stuff on YouTube, vitalized by online hoaxes, and existing entirely outside any kind of aesthetic considerations, fanime is something that could only have developed on the web.
McLaren’s Workshop is a free iPad app from the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) that provides access to over fifty films by …