Read how someone made and found a home for their own film and didn't go completely nuts or broke in the process.
How come that every cheapo 100-Dollar point-and-shoot digital still camera automatically records EXIF data (metadata) about lens size, F-Stop, etc., and I can put any autofocus lens on every 500-Dollar SLR camera out there, and it does the same, but the 20/50/180,000-Dollar (or the I'm-so-expensive-you-can-only-rent-me) digital film cameras don't have that?
The 17th edition of the International Trickfilm Festival of Animated Film, May 4 through 9 in Stuttgart, Germany was definitely bigger and better than ever. The only problem I had was that there was so much to see and do that I had to make some difficult choices.
Multi-tasking on the computer these days is enough to spread anyone's brain cells out pretty thin. Throw in our so-called 'smart' phones, iPods, etc, and what are our chances of getting any work done?
Take a magical, mystical, action-packed journey with Avatar: The Last Airbender, the animated series that quickly became a phenomenon, creating a huge fan base that spans the globe.
Richard Williams has updated his legendary Survival Kit and Don Perro explores why it's more invaluable than ever.
4Kids Entertainment International Limited has added preschool property “Penelope” to its brand portfolio for representation across the world, excluding Asia and France.
Today Atom.com launched a collection of animated shorts from legendary cartoonist Bill Plympton titled Plymptoons.
Disney has announced the release dates for its next toons WINNIE THE POOH and REBOOT RALPH, reports VARIETY.
Robots, superheroes, teen-age angst, the return of Bugs Bunny – and free lox; it’s Cartoon Network’s annual ‘up front’ unveiling of its new schedule.
The Bilbao Chamber of Commerce and DigiPen Institute of Technology (USA) today launched DigiPen Institute of Technology Europe - Bilbao, a school dedicated to growing innovation in the video game and animation industries.
Comedy Central is developing a new animated show called JC, following Jesus Christ in modern times, reports CNN.
4Kids Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: KDE), the diversified children’s entertainment and media organization, has signed two key broadcast agreements for the popular animated series “Dinosaur King” at the just concluded MIP-TV market in Cannes, it was announced today by Brian Lacey, Executive Vice President, International, 4Kids Entertainment.
This summer the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will offer "Oscar Noir: 1940s Writing Nominees from Hollywood's Dark Side" at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills.
The doujin genre itself is quite interesting. As fan-made, amateur products they normally incorporate famous anime characters – the actual copyright holders normally ignore such infringement, perhaps viewing it as both a source of free marketing and a means to create a stronger fan base. So, it doesn’t get more otaku than this.
Marc explains the difference between bluescreen and greenscreen (except for the obvious, that is). And why and how do you choose green over blue?
The creator of the hot new Comedy Central animated series tells us what it's like creating a satirical world full of not so scary monsters.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up the North American rights to Sylvain Chomet's THE ILLUSIONIST, reports IndieWire.
4Kids Entertainment (NYSE: KDE) has reached agreement with FUNimation Entertainment and Toei Animation Co., Ltd., to license the U.S. broadcast television rights to the new animated television series “Dragon Ball Z Kai”.
Sprockets Toronto International Film Festival for Children announced today the award winners from the 13th annual festival.
Rick DeMott chats with Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward about creating the series, its quick cult success and other stupid stuff.