If you thought 2018 was a big year for animated features, just wait until 2019.
#Shaun the Sheep
Last night, The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the winners of the 5th International Emmy Kids Awards.
Aardman’s low-budget, big-picture animation continues to compete in our blockbuster marketplace, with stop-motion animation more real than hyperreal CGI.
Learn how ‘The Iron Giant,’ ‘Shaun the Sheep Movie’ and other animated standouts came to be at Spark’s annual conference.
The surprise nominee is “Adama,” a fresh and original mixed-media feature from France.
The minds behind “Shaun” hold forth for an informative half-hour on making (much) more with (much) less.
The Aardman theatrical animation brand has become all but obsolete in the United States.
The film will enter the list of top ten anime releases of all-time in the United States.
Aardman’s adaptation of “Shaun the Sheep” is a critically acclaimed wonder. Will American audiences appreciate it?
A cheese-loving man and his genius dog get the Hollywood love they deserve.
How many Americans even know ‘Shaun the Sheep’ has a feature film coming out in less than a month?
The stop-motion film will arrive in the U.S. in August.
The forty-three-year-old British animation studio is being honored with a major exhibit in Paris.
The massive success of this non-Hollywood family film has its producers thinking franchise.
“The LEGO Movie,” directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, picked up the feature film prize at the BAFTA Children’s Awards.
Just when you thought Netflix was gobbling up all of the high quality kids programming, Amazon Prime Instant Video announces a licensing agreement with Aardman Animations for online streaming in the United States.
Starting out as a side character in the Wallace and Gromit short “A Close Shave” (1995), Shaun the Sheep became an unlikely franchise star. After getting his own line of merchandise and a spin-off television series (which was popular enough to spawn its own spin-off, “Timmy Time”) Shaun is set to become the subject of Aardman’s next feature in spring 2015. The film currently doesn’t appear to have a U.S. distributor.
The biennial British Animation Awards have announced their slate of nominees for 2014.