The director, fresh from his Annie Award win for Best Student Film, discusses his Oscar-nominated stop-motion gem.
ASIFA-Hollywood’s president describes how voting changes brought fairness, and Disney, back into the fold.
The Animation Mentor CEO discusses educational philosophy and how his school’s new AMP fully distributed production pipeline meets a changing industry’s needs.
Fred Patten looks at Brian Sibley’s book chronicling the making of Aardman’s exquisite Oscar-nominated stop-motion feature.
As we start 2013, Pam talks about being open to receiving opportunities, friendships, and help from unexpected sources.
Dr. Toon makes his case for 7 animated U.S. films he believes are worthy of National Film Registry preservation.
Charles Solomon’s new book provides an extensive history of the beloved Peanuts franchise’s 46 year history of TV specials and theatrical features.
In Part 1 of his 3-part review of Hayao Miyazaki’s book, Peter Tieryas looks at the early life of the pioneer animation director.
Lou Scheimer’s autobiographical Filmation history is a must read for anyone interested in the formative years of "Saturday Morning Cartoons."
Mark discusses how laziness and over-reliance on communication technology can lead to serious project failures.
Mark Salisbury’s new book provides in splendid detail Ridley Scott’s storyboards, film stills, concept art and other visual materials from his sci-fi epic, Prometheus.
Co-directors Seamus Walsh and Mark Caballero discuss the making of the Rankin/Bass styled stop-motion TV special, It’s a SpongeBob Christmas!
Karl Cohen discusses the art of Ben Ridgway, Zeitguised, Max Hattler, Andrew Jones and PES as examples of a new aesthetic in animation.
Fred Patten reviews Robert McKimson Jr.’s richly detailed new book about the life and career of his prolific father and uncles.
William Joyce and Peter Ramsey discuss the use of enchantment and new animation breakthroughs in the latest DreamWorks Oscar contender.
Fred Patten reviews the spectacular companion volume to The Fairest One of All, both commemorating the film’s 75th anniversary.