This week we look at shifting theatrical schedules, Fox’s big commitment to animation, and talk to Pixelatl head José Iñesta about Mexico’s evolving animation industry.
“Even though the industry is overflowing with female talent, it is not always highlighted,” says Pixelatl artistic director Christian Bermejo.
The trailer’s director Paco Zamudio talks to us about the state of Mexican and Latin American animation.
Children’s books, sitcom parodies, Lego animation: the crisis is bringing out the best in artists the world over.
The Ibero-American Animation Quirino White Paper lays the groundwork for collaborations and co-productions between 23 countries.
Dozens of Latin American series have been optioned, and moved into development and production thanks to the Ideatoon competition.
Mexico’s buzzing festival and conference returns to Cuernavaca, September 3–7. This year’s theme is “Roots & Tomorrow.”
Mexico’s premier animation conference returns September 3–7. Other confirmed guests include “Mary and Max” director Adam Elliot.
Twenty-four Latin American projects are participating in the program this year.
Over 50 studios from across Mexico are in attendance at La Cumbre, taking place this week.
Ideatoon is open to individuals and studios that are developing episodic series or animated features.
“I would like to hear about a [Mexican] girl making a big series, a big show on Disney or on Cartoon Network. I want to feel like it’s awesome to be a girl and be a girl creator.”
We spoke to some of the creators participating in Pixelatl’s Ideatoon pitching competition this week.
The creators of the Mexican mobile game Kleptocats took a hands-off approach when they produced an online animated series.
Mexico’s Pixelatl Festival reveals a new group of international speakers, adding to an already incredible line-up of guests.
Mexico’s Pixelatl Festival is gearing up for a new edition, and we’ve got the debut of their 2018 teaser film.
Fernanda Frick, director of the animated short “Here’s the Plan,” is developing an animated series for Netflix.
Ideatoon is a truly unique program that is training Mexico’s new generation of animation creators.
Keep an eye on Guadalajara, a growing center for the creative arts in Mexico.
Latin American creators: This is a great opportunity to take your projects to the next level.
For a filmmaker, working in vr is like chopping off someone’s legs and telling them to run, says “Son of Jaguar” director Jorge Gutierrez.
Don’t miss your chance to attend Pixelatl this year in Mexico.
Mexico’s Pixelatl Festival is gearing up for its next supercharged edition, starting September 5 in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Mexico’s Pixelatl Festival is bringing together big names in stop motion, cg, and traditional animation at its annual must-attend conference.
Diversity is the name of the game at this year’s Pixelatl Festival, the annual gathering for Mexico’s rising animation industry.
The Ideatoon program has announced 12 finalists who will pitch their tv animation projects at the Pixelatl Festival in September.
The Ideatoon pitching program is open to ALL Latin American countries this year.
We speak to three of the artists who presented at this year’s event in Mexico: Melissa Ballesteros, Raven Bazan, and Ana Ramirez.
Over 70 guests from 13 countries will attend Pixelatl next month in Mexico.
We’ve got the 2016 trailer premiere for Mexico’s big animation event, Pixelatl.