The Lost Thing's co-directors discuss the challenges of adapting a poetic book dedicated to overcoming apathy.
Bill Desowitz reports back from Toronto and London with an exclusive report of the first animated feature from Elton John's Rocket Pictures.
The directors of How to Train Your Dragon, The Illusionist and Toy Story 3 talk transcending the best animated feature.
In the third excerpt from chapter one of the book The Advanced Art of Stop-Motion Animation, Ken A. Priebe finishes his history of stop-motion features.
From The Lion King to Gnomeo & Juliet, Sir Elton John talks about exec producing his first animated feature.
A 3D illustrator and concept designer explores how Luxology's flagship animation software has raised its game to stay competitive.
In the second excerpt from chapter one of The Advanced Art of Stop-Motion Animation, Ken A. Priebe extends his history of stop-motion features to international releases.
Ken A. Priebe gives readers a history of stop-motion features in this excerpt from his book The Advanced Art of Stop-Motion Animation.
The directors and producer of Day & Night and Tick Tock Tale discuss how small films really are big at their studios.
Pamela Kleibrink Thompson kicks off 2011 by reminding us reminds of the power of change to achieve personal growth.
Rick DeMott looks at how the standard of heart and humor plays into which films might receive Oscar nominations.
Find out what the director of the latest anime hit and potential Oscar nominee has to say about social networking and animation.
Bill Desowitz reports back from Toronto and London with an exclusive preview of the first animated feature from Elton John's Rocket Pictures.