There’s a lot of happy animation folks this morning and we’re sharing their immediate reactions to being nominated for an Oscar.
Higher dramatic stakes, more realistic characters, new kinds of cinematography: here’s how Rianda wants animated features to change.
The conference features a stellar line-up of speakers, including Jennifer Yuh Nelson, Enrico Casarosa, and Dean DeBlois.
The Mike Rianda-directed film has also notched six straights days at no. 1 worldwide.
Olivares, who also served as character designer on Sony’s new film, tells us how it came together visually.
The director speaks to us about the challenges of developing a hand-drawn look for his cg feature, and much more.
The film squanders an interesting set-up by diverting into frenetic action and comedy.
After numerous release delays due to the pandemic, “The Mitchells vs. The Machines” will launch on Netflix.
The delayed feature is skipping a theatrical roll-out in favor of Netflix.
The film, which is produced by “Spider-Verse” duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller, was formerly titled “The Mitchells Vs. The Machines.”
Mike Rianda (“Gravity Falls”) is making his feature directorial debut with this sci-fi/comedy/road movie.