Chris Robinson chats with the Oscar-winning animation director.
The series creator looks back on the first season’s memorable and controversial moments.
Steve Hickner’s new book is a detailed and expertly written guide to finding a job and building a career in animation.
The PDI/DreamWorks head of character animation helps bring one of animation’s classic duos to the big screen.
Did LogoTV’s recent contest stack the deck against some obvious top contenders?
During the evenings between April and June, people can spend an evening viewing 7 commissioned Norman McLaren influenced projects that will be projected onto the facades of 7...
Our favorite purveyors of stop-motion mayhem are back with another season of bloody good fun.
Images from episodes "Spike Gets Skooled" and "Cats Ruffled Furniture" on Cartoon Network's The New Tom and Jerry Show. All images courtesy of Cartoon Network.
One of animation’s most successful producers reflects on her work, her NFB legacy and her plans for retirement.
Time-traveling mutants, rare blue macaws, a webbed crusader, morphing metal robots and the Mistress of All Evil are just a few of the animated characters coming to theatres this Spring.
Fred Patten discusses Charles Solomon’s insightful new book as to what makes a good animated theatrical feature.
Jim Korkis’ new and definitive book clarifies myths and answers every imaginable question regarding Disney’s original little rascal.
The co-directors of DreamWorks’ Oscar-nominated feature discuss the family dynamic at the heart of their story.
Approaching the show like a “newbie” brought this old-timer a sense of renewed optimism and youthful excitement.
A visually intriguing re-exploration of "dog as man’s best friend" set in a surreal industrial world.
The co-director of last summer’s smash hit discusses the challenges of making a sequel feel fresh, fun and compelling.
The legendary director talks about his final and most controversial animated film, ‘The Wind Rises.’
A wild child, raised by wolves, is forced to reconnect with humanity and conform to a society he can barely comprehend.
With the goal of offering a more comprehensive program, organizers for the 2014 edition of the Annecy International Animation Film Festival announce three conference tracks: creation, production and broadcasting/distribution.
One of the great names in Japanese animation, Isao Takahata, kicks off Annecy 2014 with a screening of his latest film, The Tale of Princess Kaguya.
Calabash Animation heads to the office with “Cubicle,” making the point that Lucky Charms are not just for kids.
Executive Producer Eric Mueller joins Minneapolis-based design, animation and VFX company Gasket Studios, where he is working on spots for General Mills & Cheerios, McDonald’s, Sony PlayStation and Mayo Clinic, as well as a branded film for Subaru.
DreamWorks Animation taps siblings Wendy and Lizzie Molyneux to write live-action/CG hybrid feature Hot Stuff.