3D Wire is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for creators and producers to present their projects to a wide array of European animation industry players.
With over 100 animated features in development and production across Latin America, the region is setting itself up for an animation renaissance.
Cartoon Brew speaks to animation companies on the island of Tenerife to learn how it is growing to become a major player in the international animation industry.
There’s more than a few ways to fund an animated feature nowadays, but the surest one of all is to simply be the child of a billionaire.
Alberto Vázquez made history tonight at the Goya Awards, winning both the animated feature and short film prizes.
Glassworks, Headless Productions, and MPC collaborated to create the stunning visual landscape in “A Monster Calls,” opening wide in the U.S. today.
A fresh take on the animator’s reel.
In a busy life, Copi is a father who tries to teach the right way to his son, Paste. But…what is the correct path?
Not every Disney release can look like “Moana.”
Watch the trailers for the short films that won at 3D Wire in Segovia, Spain.
3D Wire is a major Spanish animation event that highlights the vitality of the country’s animation, video game, and new media industries.
A must-see screening series of Spanish animation, past and present, is coming to New York City.
A promotional film created for the fourth edition of Gutter Fest in Barcelona.
A music video for Sam Beam and Jesca Hoop’s “Every Songbird Says.”
The intensive six-day lab helps young artists develop TV and feature film ideas with the help of industry professionals.
“Humans, since you don’t know how to solve your own problems, the subnormal monkeys have come to deal out justice and elegance with their sexy and tropical style.”
Get a taste of what animators in Spain are creating nowadays.
The Spanish animation festival Animac has selected “Female Futures” as the theme for this year’s event, which will take place in Lleida, Spain next week.
Reel FX is moving forward with its exciting collaboration with the Spanish directors of “Nocturna.”
Originally conceived as a branded content short film, “Twerkilator ” was rejected by the client.