Critics are praising the work done by director Nora Twomey and her animation team on Netflix’s latest animated feature.
Nora Twomey and Henry Selick will be in attendance on opening night with their films ‘My Father’s Dragon’ and ‘Wendell & Wild.’
Set to premiere at BFI LFF later this month, the highly anticipated film will get a limited theatrical run before hitting Netflix in November.
“The town is getting back to its fun-filled self… hopefully we will see some old and new faces back in town!” says director Paul Young.
The festival celebrates the creativity and craft of the visual image.
Other features with animation in them that will world premiere at BFI: ‘The Blue Rose of Forgetfulness’ from Lewis Klahr and ‘The Store’ from Ami-ro Sköld.
Nora Twomey, the director of “The Breadwinnner,” helms the feature adaptation of this Newbery Medal-winning kids’ book.
Works by Guillermo del Toro and Chris Williams, alongside three anime features, are also in the mix.
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Netflix’s animation ambitions are to do what “no major studio has ever done.”
This year’s edition will see a new category, free voting for students, and a range of events scheduled throughout the year.
In this new episode of our series “This is My Job,” the Oscar-nominated director talks about what she’s learned about running an animation studio.
A look at new and upcoming animated series.
The European Animation Awards shed light on European animation’s self-image at a time of great change.
Cartoon Network’s first animated series from Denmark had a heroic night at the European Animation Awards.
Here are the contending animated features for this year’s European Film Awards, set to be presented on December 15 in Seville, Spain.
Netflix is shaking up the animation industry in a big way. Here a look at the studio’s upcoming projects.
Nora Twomey, director of “The Breadwinner,” was presented with the VIEW’s Visionary Award.
We invited industry pros to tell Cartoon Brew readers what’s inspiring them right now.
Cartoon Saloon’s next film will be distributed by an unlikely company: Apple.