Directed by Paul Tibbitt from a story by Tibbitt and series creator Stephen Hillenburg, ‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water’ arrives in theaters in 3D on February 6, 2015.
One-day festival of animated shorts showcases CG, stop motion, 2D digital, experimental and traditional hand-drawn animation from over 40 countries around the world.
Cartoon Network allegedly censors attempts by writers on its hit show ‘Clarence’ to feature a full-on kiss on the lips between two gay characters.
Former 'Grey's Anatomy' star teams with Canadian director Ann Marie Fleming to back an animated drama about a Chinese-Canadian poet in Iran.
Historically inspired animated film is directed by Mizuho Nishikubo and co-produced by the Japan Association of Music Enterprises.
Top titles from Nickelodeon -- including ‘Invader Zim,’ ‘The Ren & Stimpy Show,’ ‘Drake & Josh’ and ‘Hey Arnold!’ -- to be made available for streaming on Hulu Kids.
Beginning on October 28 and running until November 2, the eighth edition of Get Animated! gives audiences a chance to explore a wide range of animated short films.
That disturbing feeling you get when something familiar suddenly appears strange or “off?” Psychologists call this the “uncanny.”
A psychedelic scrapbook of things past, the video is an unsettling mix of vintage photography, video footage and motion effects.
For the latest episode of ‘Doctor Who,’ avisVFX provides 66 VFX shots including a new multi-dimensional menace.
Jeremy Mansford's'Titan Smash' wins the grand prize in the inaugural MAXON WinC4D animation challenge.
Project marks the first time the directorial duo has created a completely computer-generated animation.
Directed by Isao Takahata, latest film from Studio Ghibli opens in New York and Los Angeles on Friday, October 17.
Animator Mark Phillips steps viewers through his process of animating Bakshi freaks for ‘Last Days of Coney Island.’
The Boxtrolls is a charming and quirky film that is a bit less dark and suspenseful than LAIKA’s previous animations, but with the same incredible visual effects.
Launched on TV Asahi in Japan on October 5, Toei Animation’s newest animated sci-fi adventure is based on the hit manga created by Daisuke Ashihara.
Written and directed by Joel Dos Reis Viegas and Sébastien Larroudé, ‘Urbance’ is animated by Japanese Studio Ghibli legend Hiroshi Shimizu.
Character animation is really not the illusion of life, but the illusion of “intelligent or motivated life” and takes advantage of four universal truths about how the mind works.
Fred Seibert and animation phenom Natasha Allegri discuss the anatomy of an animated mega-hit on Saturday, October 11 at 3:00PM in Room 1A10.
Based on the classic Japanese folktale “The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter,” latest Studio Ghibli release opens in New York on Friday, October 17.