Three hours of fresh and independent animation take over the Pickwick Theatre!
Turbo’s supersonic racing snail gets his own Netflix spin-off series with Chris Prynoski as Exec VP.
A witch, a cat and a host of new friends learn to share in this gentle and engaging animated Christmas special.
It's been years since we've heard from JJ Villard, the creator of the ballbreaking films, Son of Satan and Chestnuts Icelolly.... but now he's back in the most unexpected place: TV.
Bigger, better, with more mayhem and varied bodily fluid discharges, our plucky Red and Blue travel the world on an epic and perilous quest.
Chris Landreth’s award-winning National Film Board of Canada (NFB) animated short Subconscious Password is selected to screen at the Sundance Film Festival.
Animation distributor GKIDS announces that the English-language version of Ernest & Celestine will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 18, 2014.
A little red headed girl showed me this. Dumb Ways to Die is a not so dumb PSA thing by a New Zealand animator whose name is not directly in front of me. There's a website too. Good for kids and dummies.
The International Animation Film Market (Mifa) is a major event in the world of animation and over the past 25 years has established itself as the leading event on the industry calendar.
The ITFS is one of the biggest and most important international festivals for animated film.
Kidscreen Summit is renowned as the kids entertainment industry’s most important annual event.
The 41st Annual Annie Awards will take place on Saturday, February 1, 2014, at UCLA's Royce Hall in Los Angeles, California.
Join us at the FMX 2014 Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Transmedia April 23-26, 2013, Stuttgart, Germany.
Insurance company Oscar teams up with Hornet directors Dan & Jason to launch its startup with an animated campaign full of wit and charm.
How could you possibly improve on Richard William’s groundbreaking Animator’s Survival Kit book? Make it into an iPad app.
For the UK’s John Lewis Christmas ad, Hornet/Blinkink directors Elliot Dear and Yves Geleyn take the two most traditional and time-honored animation processes – stop-motion and traditional hand-drawn 2D animation – and combine them to create something innovative and unique.
Series creator Loren Bouchard and illustrator Jay Howell share their thoughts on the origins of Fox’s Sunday night hit.