The production crew of “Bojack Horseman” made the show a big success. But after five seasons, they still don’t have union wages or benefits.
A look at Amazon’s first original half-hour series, a new show from the creator of “Superjail!,” and a “Loud House” spin-off in development.
The trailblazing “Gummi Bears” proved that Disney could produce quality TV animation.
The story of how pop star Peggy Lee took on one of the world’s most powerful entertainment companies — and won.
A group of four animation industry artists will create different designs that will be voted on by the public.
Steve Hulett recounts his experiences working on “Oliver & Company” and the unexpected tragedy that happened during its production.
Steve Hulett remembers the time when Disney artists were told they were being moved to a warehouse off the lot, and the animation division’s first “gong show” pitch session.
Michael Eisner lounged his six-foot-four frame in a conference room chair. He was wearing jeans and sweatshirt, but why not? It was a Saturday morning.
Walt Disney Productions changed forever when two guys named Mike and Frank showed up.
A look at animation history via Cartoon Brew’s archives.
Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner will make Netflix’s first adult animated series.
IN THE EARLY 1980S, CARDON WALKER JR. AND I produced the “Disney Family Album” series for The Disney Channel. It was one of the very first series funded by the Channel, and the first to get any kind of critical acclaim thanks to our nomination for a Cable Ace Award for Best Documentary Series. But we had an even bigger ambition, and that was to land the Great White Whale of Disney myths, the life story of Walt himself.
Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner took to his Twitter account yesterday (yes, he has a Twitter account) to proclaim the Disney short “Get a Horse!” as the best film of the year.
In 1990, when the Dolphin and Swan hotels opened at Walt Disney World, it marked the start of the ill-fated Disney Decade, a plan …
Indie animator PES (pictured above) moved from New York to Los Angeles a couple years back to fulfill his ambition to become a feature …
Now that Michael Eisner has purchased the ailing Topps baseball card company, he’s finally in charge of a company that has to use all of …
It’s official! Michael Eisner received a 72.5% no confidence vote from Disney employee 401K plan participants.