The veteran artist will teach art direction at the online school CAT Animation this summer semester.
Pixels, Minions, “Ducktales,” and Brits: the subjects of this year’s new animation books are as varied as they are enticing.
Disney lawyers found a loophole in Jeffrey Scott’s case: the writer’s personal 2003 bankruptcy.
The Disney-owned studio claimed the wrong kind of credit for three years, according to state auditors, receiving a total of nearly $100 million in tax credits.
The 93rd Academy Awards will be presented on April 25.
In other news: Netflix was snubbed, while the National Film and Television School got two student films into the shorts category.
“Soul” and “Wolfwalkers” topped the feature film nominations with ten apiece, but most bizarrely, they aren’t competing against each other in the main feature category.
“The consumer is probably more impatient than they’ve ever been before,” says Chapek.
The studio’s latest feature is due to come out in June.
The films will open theatrically in the country at the same time as their streaming releases overseas, raising the possibility of piracy.
Of the five nominees, four are based on original ideas — a big change from last year’s contenders.
Kanter is only the latest in a stream of executives who have left Disney for Netflix.
More than 60 years after the deaths, there has been a breakthrough in the case — and Disney was involved.
Sudden inspirations, crushed dreams, McDonald’s, an angry Sting … it’s all in there.
Both films were scheduled for April. “Ron’s Gone Wrong” is now due to come out October 22 and “Bob’s Burgers” is unset.
“We’re very fired up about catching them in family animation, maybe eventually passing them.”
Pixar’s chief creative officer outlines his vision for a more diverse studio.
New directions for Disney and Warnermedia, big developments in anime, rumors around Apple TV+, and more…
Veteran animator Dave Pruiksma (“Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin”) reflects on what he learned at Disney and why he set up an online school.
Oswald Iten looks beyond Disney’s famous songs to the six feature scores composed by George Bruns in the 1950s–70s.