EXCLUSIVE: Titmouse is launching an online animation talk show featuring an all-star group of industry guests.
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.
Don’t let the name GKIDS fool you, “MFKZ” is definitely not for kids.
America’s premier animation festival, GLAS, has announced the full slate of programming for its 2018 edition.
“The Breadwinner” claimed two of the three awards presented at the first edition of the Animation Is Film festival.
The Animation is Film Festival has assembled an extraordinary line-up for its first-ever edition, set to take place in Los Angeles next month.
A major animation festival is coming to Los Angeles for the first time in many years.
For a filmmaker, working in vr is like chopping off someone’s legs and telling them to run, says “Son of Jaguar” director Jorge Gutierrez.
Disney put “Coco” director Lee Unkrich in a tough spot, and he’s expressing his frustration on Twitter.
Mexico’s Pixelatl Festival is gearing up for its next supercharged edition, starting September 5 in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Mexico’s Pixelatl Festival is bringing together big names in stop motion, cg, and traditional animation at its annual must-attend conference.
Women in Animation is holding a symposium at Annecy as part of its continuing efforts to create a 50/50 gender balance in creative leadership roles by 2025.
Experts in vr animation weigh in on what they’ve learned from working in the medium so far.
“The Book of Life” director is moving into vr, with a project celebrating lucha libre and Mexican culture.
Virtual animation studio platform Artella reveals details about its recent shot, ‘Duel,’ debuting exclusively on Cartoon Brew.
The unique Italian digital arts conference VIEW is right around the corner. Here’s what you can expect.
“Why do you draw so many black characters?” A CalArts student explains how she answers this question.