It’s a good year for the animation world: some previously overlooked women filmmakers and Japanese animation directors have been invited to join the Academy this year.
Kobe Bryant may be an Oscar winner, but he won’t be allowed to become a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Updating…tonight’s Oscar winners.
How the two main characters in Pixar’s Oscar-nominated “Lou” were developed.
While at least three animated films are dogged by sexual harassment/assault controversies at the Oscars this year, only one film has a nominee who has had rape charges filed against him.
Reactions about “The Boss Baby'”s nomination.
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How the directors of ‘Revolting Rhymes’ adapted Roald Dahl’s classic collection of poems, and scored an Oscar short-listing.
Five of these films will be honored with visual effects Oscar nominations.
Two online viral hits are among the shortlist: “Life Smartphone” and “In a Heartbeat.”
Here’s the animated features competing for an Oscar this year.
Cartoon Brew has obtained an exclusive list of animated shorts that have qualified in the animated short film category of the upcoming 90th Academy Awards.
Cartoon Brew presents 60+ films that are known to have qualified for the animated shorts category of the 2018 Academy Awards.
We explain why it’s an extremely unpredictable year in the Oscar race for best animated feature.
Why did the Academy invite a record number of animation artists to join their organization this year?
The new rule changes could make the animated feature category much less friendly to independent and foreign animated films.
Academy members’ flippant attitude and outright disdain for animation has led to a crisis of confidence in the organization’s abilities to judge animation.
Learn about the unique production pipeline used by director Michael Dudok de Wit to create the Oscar-nominated feature “The Red Turtle.”
Here’s our coverage of the 15 contenders who are competing for an animation/vfx Oscar next week.
Director Claude Barras talks about the hard work of achieving simplicity, the keys to making kid characters in animation feel authentic, and why he believes stop motion is the midpoint between fiction and animation.