Nancy Denney-Phelps reports back from Annecy while Don Duga once again dreams a vicarious sketchbook of festival highlights.
Carlos Saldanha tells us all about directing Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Blue Sky's new digs in Connecticut and his next project, Rio.
Bill Desowitz talks with Blue Sky's Galen Tan Chu about dinos and 3-D in Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs.
In her latest column, Nancy Cartwright catches up with former Simpsons' colleague turned animation auteur Brad Bird.
Diversifying into various forms of animation have help Bradissimo in these tough economic times. Rick DeMott talks with SVP Josh Fisher to find out the secrets to their success.
This month Career Coach, Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, gives some helpful tips on taking advantage of great opportunities.
The Spine premieres this week at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival, and Chris Landreth tells Bill Desowitz all about it.
Janet Hetherington chats with MJ Chun about how The Sims 3 offers more customization, more animated emotion and more virtual drama in this never-ending life-simulation game.
Pixar's stereoscopic gurus discuss the studio's embrace of Up and the Toy Story franchise in Disney Digital 3-D.
The secret to Up's success might be summed up in one word: "Simplexity." Find out why from Pixar's Pete Docter and Scott Clark.
With tonight's premiere of The Goode Family, one of its creators discusses how the series is a counter balance to King of the Hill.
Joe Strike talks to the creators of DreamWorks' first spin-off series, The Penguins of Madagascar, which has proven to be a hit for Nickelodeon, with more projects in the works.
Recent developments at Homestar Runner include a hiatus for Strong Bad Emails and a Wii title from Telltale Games.
Dora the Explorer is about to undergo a tweenage transformation and Dr. Toon looks at the mash up of animation, marketing and culture.
Part art film, part sci-fi adventure, Battle for Terra director Aristomenis Tsirbas describes the challenges of balancing both.
Joe Strike reports on Disney's increased presence at Red Stick, coinciding with the holiday release of the nearby New Orleans-themed Princess and the Frog.
This month, Andrew Farago reviews Keith Reynolds Can't Make It Tonight, Shaman, Sweet Dreams and Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death.
Peter Sohn gives us an exclusive about the importance of Dumbo, his mother and animating clouds in directing his first Pixar short, Partly Cloudy.
In her latest column, Nancy Cartwright catches up with longtime Simpsons' animator and director David Silverman.
OK, so you've seen The Seven Samurai, Ran, The Hidden Blade, or one of the many samurai movies out there. Well, forget them! Shigurui redefines the samurai flick.