Academy Award-winning animator Daniel Greaves announces a Kickstarter fund for his newest short film project, “Mr. Plastimime.”
“365” is an improvised film from BAFTA-winning The Brothers McLeod made up of a second a day of animation, which will continue through 2013, culminating in a film that will chart the comings and goings of the year, real and imagined.
The world’s longest-running and largest animation festival, Annecy, announces short film and TV selections for its 2013 edition, taking place this year June 10-15.
Canada’s National Film Board releases a sneak preview at “Flawed,” an animated short by Andrea Dorfman about tolerance and self-acceptance.
Aardman creates their first ever 2D campaign for Trunki by helping to bring their new Tropical PaddlePak range to life.
The Scratch! International Animation Film Festival, to be held June 14-15, 2013, in Lecce, Italy, issues a call for entries.
MAXON and Adobe announce strategic alliance to bring creative professionals new levels of digital media content creation.
Mickey Mouse to star in new cartoon shorts with classic comedy and contemporary flair in a series of 19 2D animated shorts that will roll out on Disney Channel, Disney.com, and WATCH Disney Channel beginning June 28.
Personal insights alongside newly released concept art from Disney's Lorelay Bove, visdev artist on Wreck-It Ralph.
Special programs that include 149 movies are featured at Anifest coming next month in Teplice, Czech Republic.
What does “Postmodern” really mean in terms of animation? Dr. Toon takes a look at an overused term.
The seasoned VFX vet shares how an integrated pipeline built upon Adobe software brings greater creative freedom and efficiency to the production.
Visual Effects workers finally took to the streets in a protest march during the 2013 Academy Awards. But is their message clear?
Disney cleans up at the Oscars this year with wins for Pixar feature, “Brave,” and the John Kahrs-directed “Paperman.”
Day 3 of the LA leg of the Oscar Showcase Tour finished up with a screening for The Simpsons production crew.
Day 2 in LA concludes with a screening at the Motion Picture Academy hosted and moderated by Jason Schwartzman.
Day 2 in Los Angeles continues at Disney Feature Animation, highlighted by a studio tour with John Musker.