McGrath has directed more Dreamworks films than any other director.
The stage version of Dreamwork Animation’s first film will have its most high-profile run yet in London.
Disney could not find a magic feather for its latest glitzy tentpole remake.
BBC and Netflix’s “Watership Down” and Disney Junior’s “Elena of Avalor” received the most nominations for an animated production this year.
The Dreamworks threequel was also the #1 film in the U.S for a second weekend in a row.
Kristin Lowe and Peter Gal will assume the chief creative officer roles.
Persichetti, who served as head of story on the original “Puss in Boots,” will helm the sequel.
Having been at the helm of all three “How to Train Your Dragon” films, DeBlois has witnessed major changes in editorial processes, effects, and rendering.
“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” is setting international records ahead of its U.S. launch.
Georgia Cano, one of the three lead plaintiffs in the animation wage-fixing lawsuit, speaks out for the first time.
Cohn will oversee both film and television animation at Dreamworks.
The film opens in the U.S. on February 22, 2019, but for those who can’t wait, you’ve got some options.
A round-up of recent video pieces, including animator interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at animated productions. The Japanese …
Two hundred filmmakers worked together on this remarkably weird remake of the 2001 Dreamworks Animation film.
“Shrek” is now an independent film.
The trailer sets up what promises to be an emotional finale for the series.
Universal Pictures has moved up the release date of the film.
An oral history of PDI’s tech behind the making of “Antz,” which is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Shrekfest is five years old!