Oscar hopefuls shared some fascinating angles on behind-the-scenes crew diversity in a new roundtable.
The vector-based 2d animation software will continue to release new updates under the guidance of its creator, Mike Clifton.
The article is a trove of anecdotes about Don Bluth, vegetarian food, psychedelic drugs, and more…
In this ad, the studio returns to the theme of deforestation, which it explored in its latest feature “Wolfwalkers.”
The festival was held in Kilkenny, the medieval Irish town where “Wolfwalkers” is set.
Italy’s View Conference is offering 125 events free to stream this year.
Sketching tours of historic sites and projections on Kilkenny Castle are on the schedule for one of this year’s most unique animation events.
The Irish studio’s new film pits city against nature, sometimes beautifully, sometimes crudely.
The film premieres this Saturday in Toronto.
“Wolfwalkers” will stream around the world on Apple TV+ following its theatrical run.
In this new series, leading filmmakers and artists discuss works of animation that have had a formative influence on them.
The final panel of Cartoon Saloon’s “Irish folklore triptych” is almost here.
Apple has revealed new details about its streaming service that will include original animation from Cartoon Saloon and “Bob’s Burgers” creator Loren Bouchard.
EXCLUSIVE: Titmouse is launching an online animation talk show featuring an all-star group of industry guests.
Cartoon Saloon’s next film will be distributed by an unlikely company: Apple.
Cartoon Brew reports from the first-ever European Animation Awards.
The nominees have been announced for the first-ever European Animation Awards.
Submissions are now open for the first-ever European Animation Awards.
Cartoon Saloon returns to theaters this fall with a very different type of animated feature: “The Breadwinner.” We go in-depth on the new production with director Nora Twomey.
European producers aren’t following the same path as American animation producers. Here’s some of the key things they do differently.