Gaming isn't just for kids anymore. It is now a multi-billion dollar business and it shows. Eric Huelsman reports from the Expo floor.
Using proprietary motion-capture software and creative partnerships, Protozoas DotComix is quickly becoming a force on the Internet. Lee Dannacher offers an inside peak.
Mark Evanier profiles the career of legendary June Foray, voice actress, ASIFA supporter and Governor of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences.
The United States has a long history of political comics, so how come animation isnt used in Presidential advertising campaigns? Martin "Dr. Toon" Goodman queries the wisdom
Gaming isnt just for kids anymore. It is now a multi-billion dollar business and it shows. Eric Huelsman reports from the Expo floor.
Heather Kenyon talks with Rick Mischel, President and COO of Harvey Entertainment, about the companys transition from a licensor to a producer/distributor with the current production Caspers Haunted Christmas.
Cartoon Network and Sega Dreamcast are bringing Gundam Wing to America from Japan where it is already a smash success. Jacquie Kubin reports.
Larry Lauria starts his two-part series with a conversation with Gary Goldman, co-director of Fox Feature Animations summer release Titan, A.E. and industry veteran.
Watch out Feathers McGraw! Aardmans got a whole new flock. Andrew Osmond visits Aardman Animations as they put the final touches on Chicken Run, the studios first feature film.
European feature animation producers and filmmakers gathered in Potsdam to discuss funding and distribution partnerships and deals. Heikki Jokinen reports on Cartoon's latest coup.
Equally perverse, disturbing and intellectual, the films of Simon Pummell always generate discussion and introspection as they walk the line between experimental non-linear impressions and narrative structure. Includes Quicktime movie clips!
With all the hubbub recently in Los Angeles about artists being out of work, runaway productions and the well attended PBS affiliate station picket, Heather Kenyon sat down with Tom Sito to talk.
Heather Kenyon reveals that whether used by established filmmakers or up-and-coming youngsters, the Internet is proving to be a very versatile tool helping everyone gain a little more freedom and independence.
A demo reel is a vital marketing tool for animators. The purpose of the demo reel is to get you an interview with someone who can hire you. Prepare your demo reel with care and have someone else look at it and get feedback on it before you send it out. As a recruiter, I have seen many demo reels. Here's how to make sure yours does the job--to get you that job.
Oddworld Inhabitants proves that gaming can be exciting - and intelligent with great characters, stories and animation. Jacquie Kubin pays a visit.
Before signing up for training and signing that check there are several key facts that you need to know. Larry Lauria explains.
Jacquie Kubin reveals why edutainment is not elementary, when she investigates the new CD-Rom, Miss Spider's Tea Party, based on David Kirk's children's book.
Larry Lauria touches base with DreamWorks' Frank Gladstone to learn the latest on what studios expect to see in portfolios.
The British Animation Awards brought the U.K. animation population out for the night. Andrew Osmond was there and reports with this colorful scrapbook.
Raymond Palma chats with the mother-son team of Betty and Mickey Paraskevas, whose childrens books are turning into television shows like wildfire.
Eric Schneider profiles the man who brought stop-motion animation to Russia, Ladislaw Starewicz. Utilizing puppet beetles and dragonflies, he created films which still speak to us today.