But American and Canadian Netflix subscribers will have to get their Ghibli fix elsewhere.
The three-part animated project will be directed by Paloma Baeza, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, Emma de Swaef and Marc James Roels.
The animation categories of the Academy Awards offer more than a few surprises this year.
Some takeaways from ILM’s vfx work that made Robert De Niro young again.
The director of Netflix’s “Klaus” tells Cartoon Brew why he made his groundbreaking 2d feature, despite initially disliking the story.
Oscar-nominated Timothy Reckart (“The Star”) will direct.
Animators who worked on the film are sharing their reels online.
See the complete list of 2019 Annie Award nominations.
Director Jérémy Clapin walks us through the making of his new feature “I Lost My Body.”
Aardman’s latest feature has grossed over $30 million worldwide since its theatrical release in September.
The stop-motion musical is being directed by Aardman first-timers Daniel Ojari and Mikey Please.
The series, which is created by Pixar and Blue Sky Studios veteran Dice Tsutsumi, will mix stop motion and cgi.
An exclusive preview of the art book that accompanies Netflix’s new hand-drawn feature.
“Klaus” brings hand-drawn animation back — but it also pushes it forward. The film’s artists tell Cartoon Brew how they created the film’s unique look.
Netflix and Nickelodeon announce new partnership in counterpunch to launch of Disney+.
Three other animated features also won awards at the 2019 edition of Animation is Film.
The previous record was 27 features for the 2017 Academy Awards.
“I’ve waited a long time for this,” says “Bone” creator Jeff Smith.
The showrunners of three series — “Puffin Rock,” “Moominvalley,” and “Cupcake & Dino: General Services” — told us what helped them make the first season of their shows.
“Klaus” opens in select U.S. theaters on November 8 and launches on the streaming platform Nov. 15.