The director of Star Wars: The Clone Wars discusses "Rise of the Bounty Hunters" and a host of new animated wrinkles in season two.
This month Mark Simon relays an incident that happened with an invoice that he chalks up as direct result of the recession.
Rick DeMott had a chance to chat with Heather Kenyon, Head of Sales and Project Development at Starz Animation, to find out more about the growing studio.
Rick DeMott talks with producer Tom Klein about the challenges of creating the R-rated, 2D animated film, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, directed by Rob Zombie.
We return for a second helping of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs with the directors and Pete Nash, the animation director.
Ted Thomas discusses the making of his new documentary, Walt & El Grupo, revealing a hidden chapter in the fabled life of Walt Disney.
Shane Acker discusses how he pulled off his long-awaited feature directorial debut as well as his latest short at Gnomon and future projects.
Pamela Kleibrink Thompson explores the importance of remembering names for networking and career advancement.
We offer some highlights from "The Marc Davis Celebration of Animation: Hayao Miyazaki" last month at The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
All-new episodes of the offbeat comedy about a dentist and his family hitting the road in their RV air Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The series then moves to its regular time slot next Monday (also at 8:00 p.m.).
With rare stops in California, Miyazaki talked about Ponyo and his legendary career in animation, and AWN captures the highlights in the first of two parts.
Longtime Studio Ghibli animator Katsuya Kondo returns as supervisor on Ponyo and tells Bill Desowitz what it's been like collaborating with the legendary Hayao Miyazaki.
Amid all of the exciting animation art exhibits now showing or about to premiere, Karl Cohen is most amazed by the Five Themes associated with William Kentridge.
Travis Knight tells Bill Desowitz what it's like making the transition from artist to studio head at Laika.