Ellen Wolff talks to the animator/illustrator about his reversion to childhood in order to create the artwork for the highly anticipated indie film.
In this month's column, Martin Goodman explores the strange tale of Adolf Hitler's infatuation with Snow White and the artistry of Disney animation.
Joe Strike visits the fourth annual Red Stick International Animation Festival in Baton Rouge and likes what he sees.
Andrew Farago reviews five short films: Irresistible Smile by Ami Lindholm, Karaoke Show by Karl Tebbe, Sleep with the Fishes by Belle Mellor, Yellow Sticky Notes by Jeff Chiba Stearns and Yours Truly by Osbert Parker.
In which Russell Bekins reports on the animated activities taking place in and around Salerno, both on- and off-screen.
In this edition of her bimonthly column, Nancy Cartwright interviews Kath Soucie, one of the top voice-over actors working today.
The intrepid Heather Kenyon reports on new business models and other sea changes in the air at the recent confab in Cannes.
Mary Castillo looks at some of the leading players in the rapidly growing world of virtual communities.
Following the unprecedented response to his last column, Mark Simon offers supporting evidence regarding the threat to artists' rights.
Alain Bielik visits The Ruins with Rising Sun Pictures, which devised a new system for animating the nasty, man-eating vines.
Janet Hetherington talks to the creators of the newest animated incarnation of Spider-Man and discovers that ol' webhead still suffers from teen angst.
Joe Strike talks to executive producer Eryk Casemiro about the latest incarnation of the much-loved British franchise.
Audrey Brown chats with the veteran voice actor about Star Wars, haunted mansions, and all things Disney.
Mark Simon is mad as hell and, in this month's "Mind Your Business," he tells you why you should be too.
Alain Bielik talks with the creators of the new 3D adventure-comedy in which Prince Charming is a dragon hunter's worst nightmare.
In this month's "Press Start," Peter "The Rizk" Rizkalla checks out Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Army of Two, Patapon and Buzz! The Hollywood Quiz.
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.