The Slamdance co-founder’s book guides filmmakers on making and distributing socially relevant low budget films.
Catherine Morrissey reports on the growing importance of second screen and new media platforms for TV animation producers.
Fred Patten looks at Giuseppe Cristiano’s comprehensive new guide book for storyboarding professionals.
Pam talks about the tremendous outpouring of resources and community support in the wake of Digital Domain’s Port St. Lucie shutdown.
The Goth King returns to his childhood roots for this stop-motion adaptation of his celebrated short.
The directors of A Liar’s Autobiography discuss their new animated feature about “the dead one,” Monty Python’s Graham Chapman.
Genndy Tartakovsky and Sony Pictures Animation describe the demands of imposing a hand-drawn aesthetic on his debut feature.
The legendary creator of Dexter’s Laboratory and Samurai Jack tackles his first feature for Sony Pictures Animation.
This lush new book is a must have for fans and for anyone looking to dig deep into character design progressions.
Heading into his second term, the NFB Chairman discusses his plans for keeping things artistically and fiscally relevant.
The animation Pimp riffs on the topic of laughter and its importance in our lives. Especially when things are less than peachy.
Wherever you live, and whatever point you are at in your career, you must start building your career now, today.
Fred Patten takes an in-depth look at a new book chronicling the history of animation under the Third Reich.
Tim Hodge’s new self published book is a fun collection of hand drawn postcards and decorated envelopes.
Dr Toon recounts the pivotal years from 1994-2000, when TV animation underwent crucial changes in production technology.