Aardman co-founder David Sproxton is stepping down after 43 as head of studio.
To assure Aardman’s future independence, co-founders Peter Lord and David Sproxton are handing control of the studio to employees.
The most successful stop-motion feature of all-time is getting a sequel.
“The studio is, in a way, the best thing we’ve ever done,” says Aardman co-founder Peter Lord.
The annual mega-animation festival is happening in a few weeks, and we’re here to help guide you through it.
The world’s largest gathering of animation artists reveals more of its 2016 programming line-up.
The stop-motion director takes on his first feature film since ‘Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit’.
The film could be released in 2018 in time for the FIFA World Cup.
Aardman’s first star, Morph, has returned in a new series of Kickstarter-backed YouTube shorts.
One of the better-known shorts made by John and Faith Hubley is Moonbird, from 1959. This film came about when the Hubleys made a secret …