Fernando Trueba and Javier Mariscal’s bossa nova inspired film has been on of Europe’s hottest indie titles since it was announced in 2019.
Submarine joins Mediawan’s stable of companies which includes Method Animation, On Classics, Magical Society, and Elliot Studio.
Halberstad talks us through the film’s origins and key themes while sharing some lively clips from the cg feature.
Producer Tommy Pallotta says dealing with the Academy is like being “caught in a Kafkaesque nightmare where someone is saying something isn’t real and I know it’s real.”
Animation tv spend-per-minute in Europe had been down for two years during Covid, but that number is now ahead of pre-pandemic levels.
Hulsing discusses how he got the gig, working without a character designer, and why 30 naked people sang to him on his 50th birthday.
Critics are praising the film’s nostalgic appeal and Linklater’s novel approach to first person storytelling
The feature from Lei, one of the most notable Chinese indie filmmakers working today, premieres this week at Rotterdam.
Bolio helped orchestrate award campaigns for animated films, including Oscar nominees like “Song of the Sea” and “Mirai.”
Based on Halfdan Pisket’s “The Dane Trilogy” graphic novels, the film tells the story of a Turkish refugee struggling to integrate in Denmark.
Richard Linklater to make his third animated feature for Netflix.
The artistic director of Minnow Mountain, the studio that produced the rotoscoping for the Amazon series “Undone,” runs through the advantages of TVPaint.
The Oscar-contending “Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles” picks up award for best European animated feature of 2019.
All eight episodes of the series will launch on September 13.
Directed by Hisko Hulsing and co-created by “Bojack Horseman” creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg, “Undone” looks like a must-watch.
GKIDS will release this unique animated feature in North America next year.
A look at Amazon’s first original half-hour series, a new show from the creator of “Superjail!,” and a “Loud House” spin-off in development.
To earn money to buy ice cream, Pepe and her little bird friend Luco go door-to-door to sell homemade cookies and freshly picked flowers.
Richard Linklater, currently nominated for an Oscar for “Before Midnight”‘s screenplay, is making strides on the Warner Bros. remake of “Incredible Mr. Limpet,” a project with which he has been involved since 2011.
A fantabulous two-minute animated chase scene that ends in a delirious climax. Or should that be anti-climax…