The challenge for Latin American creators: telling stories about subjects and themes particular to their identity, without sacrificing broad global appeal.
Keep an eye on Guadalajara, a growing center for the creative arts in Mexico.
Complete list of winners from the inaugural Quirino Awards.
A look at the nominees of the Ibero-American Quirino Awards, which will be presented tonight.
The worlds of business and academia have not traditionally mixed effectively within the animation world, but this week’s Quirino Awards aims to change that.
Leading representatives from the Ibero-American animation industry are gathering this week to talk about the booming animation scene in the region.
Fresh from winning the Academy Award for best feature and director, Guillermo del Toro is turning his attention to animated features.
Latin American creators: This is a great opportunity to take your projects to the next level.
We take a look at some promising upcoming Latin American animation projects.
Oscar-nominated and Cannes-winning film director Carlos Carrera speaks with us about his long-awaited feature “Ana and Bruno.”
“Coco” achieved a rare feat in Mexico, grossing more in its second weekend than its first.
Don’t miss your chance to attend Pixelatl this year in Mexico.
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.
Diversity is the name of the game at this year’s Pixelatl Festival, the annual gathering for Mexico’s rising animation industry.
The Ideatoon program has announced 12 finalists who will pitch their tv animation projects at the Pixelatl Festival in September.
With over 100 animated features in development and production across Latin America, the region is setting itself up for an animation renaissance.
The Ideatoon pitching program is open to ALL Latin American countries this year.
In a first-of-its-kind venture, a well known American studio is partnering with a Mexican studio directly across the U.S./Mexico border.