In other news: “Sing 2” is holding up well and “Encanto” has bombed in China.
Eric Wong, a production designer on Mamoru Hosoda’s new fantasy epic, speaks about designing the film’s vast virtual world.
The Academy hasn’t shown much interest in anime that isn’t from Studio Ghibli. Could that change this year?
L.A.’s Animation Is Film has announced the winners of its fourth edition, which was held in person on October 22–24. Flee …
These films could have a big impact on the Oscar race.
“Inu-Oh” will premiere at Venice in September, “Mad God” at Locarno in August.
The director of “Belle” says that a lot of anime filmmakers present young women in a way that “has nothing to do with the reality of who they are.”
This could well be the longest standing ovation the festival has ever given to an animated film.
The festival will also host the world premiere of “Satoshi Kon, The Illusionist,” a documentary about the late anime master.
The distributor is planning a winter theatrical release, positioning the film for an Oscar run next year.
The film’s first international trailer has dropped ahead of its Japanese release next month.
Pixels, Minions, “Ducktales,” and Brits: the subjects of this year’s new animation books are as varied as they are enticing.
The senior creative team is shaping up to be unusually international for a Japanese animated feature.
The film will get a theatrical release in Japan in summer 2021.
The grand prix comes with a cash prize of 15,000 euros.
The festival will present 15 features from Asia, Europe, North America, and South America, many of which will be making their Asian or Chinese premieres at the festival.
It’s a new day in animation!
Here are the the Golden Globe nominations for best animated feature.
Japanese auteur Mamoru Hosoda sits down with Cartoon Brew for an extensive talk about his latest film “Mirai,” opening this week in the United States.
Hosoda’s new film opens in the U.S. later this month.
A terrific group of animated features from around the world has been selected to compete at the upcoming Animation is Film festival in Los Angeles.
Four animated projects are getting the spotlight at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight sidebar.
Hosoda’s next film is coming to U.S. theaters soon after its Japanese release.
One of Japan’s biggest film hits of 2015 is headed to U.S. theaters.
Our look at four animated features that could upset the Oscar race and sneak in as nominees.
Mamoru Hosoda’s new film will debut in Japan on July 11.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PohjJpxjho4&feature=youtu.be Tokyo, Japan — Japanese motion picture production company Digital …
Above is the trailer for Summer Wars, one of the fifteen films that qualified yesterday for the 2010 Animated Feature category of the …