In post-lockdown cinemas, the only thing that matters is animation.
The revered cinematographer discusses his little-known work for the likes of Pixar and Dreamworks in a fascinating new podcast series.
Utter chaos defines the last 30 days in the animation world.
Veteran animator Jean-Denis Haas explains why the animation in these films is a cut above the rest.
With nearly all U.S. theaters shut down for the foreseeable future, companies like Disney are adapting in real-time.
Welcome to The Great Before.
Adam Habib and Sharon Calahan reveal their approach to emulating live-action cinematography in “Onward.”
The artists behind the Oscar frontrunner have described their creative process in a range of interviews. We’ve compiled their most insightful comments.
The Walt Disney Company has 25 features slated for theatrical release in 2020.
Here are the the Golden Globe nominations for best animated feature.
You won’t believe what happens to this guy after he falls down an open manhole…
A video essay that explains how Pixar recreates the effects of real camerawork in its virtual worlds.
Despite a bumpy production history, Pixar has delivered a crowd-pleaser with the fourth installment of “Toy Story.”
See the full list of 24 projects chosen for the 2019 SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival Electronic Theater.
A key figure from Pixar’s glory days will head up character animation for DNEG’s burgeoning feature animation group.
“You haven’t seen anything yet,” says director Josh Cooley.
“The Simpsons” is one of the surprise animation series that’s heading to Disney’s new streaming service.
What exactly does Disney currently own?
In the first of a two-part series, we explore the production design of “Age of Sail,” “Bao,” “Bilby,” “Lost & Found,” and “One Small Step.”