The conference features a stellar line-up of speakers, including Jennifer Yuh Nelson, Enrico Casarosa, and Dean DeBlois.
In a wide-ranging interview, the director drills into the narrative and design choices behind his Pixar feature.
Enrico Casarosa’s radiant first feature is an ode to the kind of bond that only young boys can form.
At least 36 territories will get to see Pixar’s latest on the big screen. In the U.S., it will play exclusively on Disney+.
With today’s series of announcements, Disney may have dealt a deathblow to movie theaters.
The studio’s latest feature is due to come out in June.
“Call Me By Your Name” meets “The Shape of Water.”
Can Pixar release two great films in one year?
BREWMASTERS NOTE: This week Cartoon Brew takes a closer look at the five Academy Award nominated animated shorts. Each day at 10am …
Cartoon Brew at Animation Breakdown, currently going on this week at The Cinefamily, is incredibly proud to present a special advance …
Fresh off of last weekend’s Telluride screenings, the new Pixar short, La Luna, will be showing in New York City this Sunday, along with …