Spike and Mike's latest collection of classics reveal anaward winning, crowd pleasing line-up for animation connoisseurs. WendyJackson gives us the details.
Heikki Jokinen reviews the Tampere Festival in Finland,a unique short film festival that makes sure to integrate animation intoall of its programs.
While the entire world recognizes the Oscar, past winners reflect on what the statue means to them and has meant to their career. The answers will surprise you.
There are no surprises here! Bill Mikulak reviews thishome video turned motion picture that is sure to please young Doug fans.
Animation World Magazine exhibits the five animation films that were short listed in the 1999 Oscars race, but unfortunately, were not nominated.
On Animation World Magazine's three year anniversary, Dan Sarto, Co-Publisher, writes about his memories of the beginnings and hopes for the future.
While steering clear of true innovation, The King and I, does have some interesting twists and the same old, time tested and true score. Ilene Renee Gannaway reports.
1999 was a key year for ImagIna, Europe's premier computer technology showcase and festival. Held in both Monaco and Paris for the first time, Sthane Singier is happy to report that the 18th edition of the event came through with flying colors.
L Zagury gives us a taste of The Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano in Havana, one of the most important venues for Latin American filmmakers.
Renowned drawing instructor Glenn Vilppu offers the sixth installment in his bi-monthly Animation World Magazine online drawing course.
Hern Henriquez, one of Cuba's animation legends,speaks about his role in Cuban animation history and working side by sidewith Castro's revolution. L Zagury leads the conversation. Availablein English and Spanish.
Robin Allan takes a second look at Make Mine Music, a feature film which falls almost exactly in the middle of Disney's animation career, and utilizes a number of animation and musical styles.
Hern Henriquez, one of Cuba's animation legends, speaks about his role in Cuban animation history and working side by side with Castro's revolution. L Zagury leads the conversation. Available in English and Spanish.
As animation hits the big time, stars are making more appearances in animated fare. While some say it is unfair to voice-only actors, others say it is a necessary marketing move. Joe Bevilacqua investigates the many varied viewpoints.
Technology. Man's best friend! A cartoon fan's worst enemy? Amid Amidi explains the hidden effects of digital noise reduction and why you may be seeing less of your favorite cartoons.
Joe Szadkowski relates the animated products on display at the latest Toy Fair, held in New York City. Come see what will be on a retailer's shelf near you soon!
Dave Berry showcases the relatively new Wales Film & TV Archive that is, with the help of S4C, preserving the country's growing animation heritage.
Emru Townsend profiles the digital animation houses that straddle Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence itself. Taarna Studios, Softimage, Discreet Logic and Alias|Wavefront are all included.
While Terrence Briggs feels he should loathe shows likeFOX's new Family Guy, he is still too sore from laughing to complain.Let him explain....
From Korea to India and from digital ink and paint to motioncapture, Milt Vallas discusses the introduction of digital technology intothe animation production process of Asian studios.
This month, we picked the brains of three innovative animation artists currently living along the United States west coast. Seth MacFarlane (Los Angeles, California) is the creator/executive producer of Fox's heavily-hyped series, Family Guy. In addition, he previously created/directed the What A Cartoon! short Larry and Steve while at Hanna-Barbera Cartoons. Lee Lanier is a computer artist at PDI (Palo Alto, California) who worked on Antz and most recently, single-handedly completed Millennium ...
Terrence Briggs reviews the new HBO Family show, A Little Curious, and reveals that while it isn't as imaginative as Sesame Street, parents could leave their children in the hands of much worse programming.