Ron Diamond reports from the 10th edition of the annual event dedicated to presenting and promoting European animated features.
In this month’s column, Pamela Kleibrink Thompson advises aspiring animators that Hollywood may be closer than you think.
Janet Hetherington takes a look at how video games can make you more fit -- and not just your thumbs.
Andrew Farago reviews four short films: Life Line by Tomek Ducki, Procrastination by Johnny Kelly, Tale of How by The Black Heart Gang and To Shoot a Rurf by Shane Sheils and Paula Sheils.
A beverage, a bank, a drugstore chain, a state lottery, even a nonprofit group targeting business -- all are using animation to get their commercial messages across.
In his inaugural column as AWN's anime reviewer, James Brusuelas brings us up to date on three long-running franchises.
In this month's "Mind Your Business," Mark Simon reveals the surprising results of his animation survey (hint: the big winner isn't mocap).
In this month's "Press Start," Peter "The Rizk" Rizkalla checks out Devil May Cry 4, The Club, Geometry Wars: Galaxies and Battalion Wars 2. [Insert Funny Line Here]
Russell Bekins talks to the creators of Horton Hears a Who! about adaptation, proprietary algorithms, and the latest Who-ville fashions (with commentary by the Grinch).
Craig Clark talks to lead animator David Torres about the joys and challenges of creating the lead character in Blue Sky's Horton Hears a Who!
In this retrospective edition of "Dr. Toon," Martin Goodman revisits a couple of idiots named Beavis and Butt-head.
Andrew Farago talks to series creator Darwyn Cooke and Voice Director Andrea Romano about the creation of the new Justice League feature.
In this months Career Coach, Pamela Kleibrink Thompson reminds us of the importance of following our dreams.
Tara DiLullo Bennett tackles the Super Bowl spots once again, this time speaking with Filmworkers Club, Framestore NY, the Mill, ka-chew! and Method.
Andrew Farago makes his debut as the new Fresh from the Festivals reviewer with five short films: Isabelle au bois dormant (Sleeping Betty) by Claude Cloutier, Jeu by Georges Schwizgebel, Madame Tutli-Putli directed by Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski, Me les pigeons vont au paradis (Even Pigeons Go to Heaven) by Samuel Tourneux and The Pearce Sisters by Luis Cook.
In between moderating panels and hosting fundraisers, the intrepid Andrew Farago reports on this year's San Francisco event.
Joe Strike talks with Chicago 10 director Brett Morgan about his mash-up documentary on a watershed event of the 1960s.
Adam Snyder reports from (and crashes workshops at) the 2008 KidScreen Summit, where childrens entertainment is king.
Karen Raugust reports from Toy Fair 2008, where toys linked to animated online virtual worlds were a notable trend.
In this edition of her bimonthly column, Nancy Cartwright interviews animation veteran and Annie nominee Jeff Snow, who currently runs a training program at DreamWorks.