We speak to three of the artists who presented at this year’s event in Mexico: Melissa Ballesteros, Raven Bazan, and Ana Ramirez.
2017 will deliver a “Here Comes the Grump” reboot.
Over 70 guests from 13 countries will attend Pixelatl next month in Mexico.
We’ve got the 2016 trailer premiere for Mexico’s big animation event, Pixelatl.
The Mexican animated feature is headed to a $3-4 million holiday launch.
After two weeks as the number one film in Mexican theaters, “Un Gallo con Muchos Huevos” will begin its U.S. run today — but it won’t be in English.
Mexico’s largest animation industry conference will take place next month in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Mexican-American cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz has often criticized the Disney company; now he is on their payroll.
Pixar will finally answer the question, What if a Mexican boy named Miguel could meet his long-dead Mexican family members?
Egg-citing news from Mexico!
“Top Cat Begins” arrives October 9 in Mexico from Warner Bros. Pictures.
Billed as the first Mexico/US co-production, “El Americano” is scheduled for release later this year.
Discover the work of Inés Estrada, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
Mexican animation firm Ánima Estudios has released the trailer for its first CGI film “Guardianes de Oz” with an original story and designs by “Book of Life” director Jorge Gutierrez.
“Mexico is way more complicated than anybody thinks.” Jorge Gutierrez talks like a man on a mission. For the past decade-and-a-half, he has sought to bring a more authentic portrayal of Mexico and its people to Hollywood.
Festival by Pixelatl begins today in Cuernavaca, Mexico, in what promises to be the largest-ever animation industry event that has ever happened in Mexico.
Mexican animation producer Anima Estudios has announced production on “Top Cat Begins,” a sequel to its 2011 hit “Top Cat: The Movie.”
“They say Mexicans have a special fascination with death,” writes Christian Bermejo of the Mexican animation website Tweenbox. “We don’t believe it but maybe playing around with mapping in the cemetery doesn’t help.”
The animated feature “JOYFLUID” opens in a limited number of IMAX 3D theaters in Mexico this Friday. The Mexio City-produced motion capture animated film was directed by Alejandro Rodriguez Huerta and made by the Rodriguez Brothers Animation Group.
Last week after word got out that Disney was seeking to trademark “Día de los Muertos” in preparation for its 2015 release of a Pixar …