The release of Chip ’N Dale: Rescue Rangers got us thinking about the long history of mixing live action and animation in the days before computers.
From Sesame Street to She-Ra and Beany & Cecil to Beauty and the Beast, Carl Bell worked on countless classics.
New small easy-to-carry versions of Richard Williams’s “The Animator’s Survival it” are being released for the book’s 20th anniversary.
Naisbitt was exceptionally skilled as a draftsman, and had a talent for distorted perspectives and unconventional camera moves.
In this new series, leading filmmakers and artists discuss works of animation that have had a formative influence on them.
Williams, one of the world’s most acclaimed animators, has died aged 86. We look back over his wide-ranging career.
Director and animator Richard Williams died Friday evening at his home in Bristol, England. He was 86.
Thirty years after audiences first visited Toontown, the story of the film is being told.
Academy Award winner Ed Jones explains what it took to create “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” in the days before digital vfx.
The living animation master turned 85 years old today.
A complete list of winners from a historic night in European animation history.
The nominees have been announced for the first-ever European Animation Awards.
Whether you’re into “Bojack Horseman,” “Raggedy Ann and Andy,” or “Bee Movie,” Animation Block Party 2017 will have a little bit of something for all tastes.
Watkiss contributed visual development to Disney films like “Tarzan, Treasure Planet,” and “The Emperor’s New Groove.”
The master animator will be visiting New York City in September.
“Prologue,” he says, “is the only thing so far in my career that I’ve ever been really been pleased with.”
Low-budget features and South American contenders are competing alongside Pixar this year.
“Inside Out” scores a best screenplay nod, “Minions” gets its first major nomination, and animation legend Richard Williams is nominated in the shorts category.
The outspoken animation legend speaks with Cartoon Brew about his new film “The Last Days of Coney Island” and other topics.
Williams has worked for years to complete this hand-drawn six-minute short, animated entirely by himself.