For the second year in a row, it will take place in an online format, making it accessible to a global audience.
The limited series — which Gutiérrez calls a “fantasy, super-epic, crazy movie” — is coming to Netflix this year.
The festival’s tenth edition will be held virtually on September 7–11.
Latin America’s leading animation festival will be held virtually on September 7–11.
The series will launch on July 4.
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The streaming platform has announced five features, two specials, and one limited series for the next 12 months.
The streamer’s partnerships with the two high-profile creators bring diversity to the fore.
“I didn’t initially know that ‘Gatchaman’ was a Japanese production,” says Tindle, “but I could sense that it was different.”
Don’t look at anime. Don’t listen to music. Don’t have fun.
Arturo “Vonno” Ambriz tells Cartoon Brew about making a stop-motion epic with little money and no prior experience.
Kanye West’s favorite animated film will be screened next month in L.A.
Launched last fall, the L.A. organization has grown to nearly 500 members.
EXCLUSIVE: Titmouse is launching an online animation talk show featuring an all-star group of industry guests.
Titmouse’s Chris Prynoski is the 2018 festival honoree.
Cartoon Brew speaks with master animator James Baxter about his new role as Director of Character Animation at Netflix.
Netflix is shaking up the animation industry in a big way. Here a look at the studio’s upcoming projects.
Over 250 artists are slated to participate in the first edition next September.
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