In a new article, “The New Yorker” spotlights the wealth of silent-era shorts available to view online.
Director and animator Luc Chamberland carries multiple notebooks wherever he goes. “There’s too much stuff happening in the head so I write it and write it and get it out.”
Montreal’s major annual animation event is back for its 17th edition.
Another key name from Disney Animation is jumping ship.
The all-expenses-paid residency, taking place in Denmark this summer, is open to filmmakers from around the world.
Little Nemo is roused by a new generation of artists in two new books.
We rarely see “Peace On Earth” alongside more traditionally revered holiday standards like “A Charlie Brown Christmas” or “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”—but we really should.
Finding the perfect book for the beloved animation fan in your life can be a big challenge, but these gift-book ideas will inform and inspire anyone who loves animation and drawing.
To honor Gertie the Dinosaur’s 100th birthday, John Canemaker will recreate Winsor McCay’s original vaudeville act at the Musuem of Modern Art tonight.
If you’re looking for something cartoon-related to watch tonight, Turner Classic Movies is running an entire evening’s worth of animation.
This Gertie the Dinosaur and tuxedoed Winsor McCay garage kit is especially appropriate in 2014, the 100th anniversary of McCay’s seminal animated film.
Historian, author and Oscar-winning filmmaker John Canemaker is headed to Los Angeles to present not one, but two animation lectures on the evening of Saturday, September 13th.
“Animation is a young man’s game,” Chuck Jones once said. There’s no question that animation is a labor-intensive art that requires mass …
I can’t praise enough Google’s use of their homepage to give credit to animation and comic pioneers. Their front-page Google Doodle for …
Tonight at 6:30, the Society of Illustrators (128 East 63rd Street, between Park and Lexington Ave.) presents a special screening of Bill …