Tom Sito’s new book is the definitive take on computer animation history and CG’s rapid rise to creative content technological hegemony.
David Soren helms DreamWorks’ latest film about a snail with dreams of racing who can suddenly hit 200 mph.
Dr. Toon discusses Disney Channel’s controversial crossover Phineas and Ferb – Marvel Super Heroes television special.
Program Director Nicolás Villarreal shares his insights on the school’s new visual development degree program as well as the challenges of helping students become working professionals.
The production veteran shares her insights on the trials and tribulations of bringing Pixar’s hit feature to the big screen.
The first-time director discusses the dynamics, pressure and satisfaction of helming Pixar’s first prequel.
Fred Patten reviews the comprehensive coffee table book showcasing the beautiful artwork from Pixar’s Monsters University.
Fred Patten looks at this visual feast of concept art, sketches, storyboards and other digital art from Blue Sky’s latest animated feature.
Creators Ed Skudder and Zack Keller talk about their highly anticipated new feature, Dick Figures: The Movie.
Do a wider variety of narratives and protagonists mean unabashedly gay animated characters are being embraced by the majority of mainstream U.S. audiences?
Catherine Morrissey reports how economic uncertainty has forced content professionals to reassess which events they attend.
Bill Desowitz reports back from Pixar about how global illumination is powering the upcoming Monsters University and The Blue Umbrella.
Fred Patten describes why fans of the new DreamWorks feature will love this definitive movie art book.