Comedy Central is borrowing from the playbook of its corporate sister Nickelodeon and launching an animated shorts program.
Learn more about this charming and quirky half-hour holiday special being developed by Hugo de Faucompret and Laïdak Films.
The young Danish studio Sønc offers a peek at their new project, “Fjer,” a darkly poetic urban fantasy about emancipation and discovering one’s own sexuality.
The cult U.K.-produced webseries “Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared” is being developed as a television show.
Cartoon Brew presents an exclusive first look at “In Your Face,” a proposed series of shorts that tackle street harassment.
3D Wire is a one-stop event that offers an excellent overview of how Spain’s and Portugal’s animation industries are evolving.
France set an all-time TV programming export record in 2017, driven in large part by the strength of its animation sector.
The 29th edition of Cartoon Forum, the renowned European co-production platform for animated television and new media projects, starts next Monday, September 10, in Toulouse, France.
Watch the trailer for “Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest.”
This could well be the must-buy Blu-ray animation release of 2018.
Disney offers the first look at its new cg prequel series to “The Force Awakens.”
Rooster Teeth expands the slate of animation projects for its streaming service, and Netflix teams up with some key creative members of “Avatar: The Last Airbender.”
Cartoon Network is looking for new talent – in Africa.
Here are the nominees in the animation categories.
A special sequence from Cartoon Network’s “The Amazing World of Gumball.”
In TruTV’s new anthology series, a voice actor’s worst nightmare comes to life when a character he voices comes to life.
The crew of “Gumball” is on to their next adventure: a series about a boy, lots of aliens, and a dinosaur.
We preview “Mighty Mike,” a one-of-a-kind animated series coming soon to Cartoon Network France.
The creator of “Family Guy” and “The Cleveland Show” is sharing his true feelings about his bosses at Fox.
Cartoon Network’s new “DIY” miniseries is a quirky and inspiring experiment, both conceptually and production-wise.