Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises is slated to open the 33rd edition of Belgium’s Anima Festival, taking place this year February 28 through March 9.
Following a brief hiatus in 2013, the 17th edition of Italian international animation festival Cartoons by the Bay takes place in Venice April 10-12, 2014.
Turbo’s supersonic racing snail gets his own Netflix spin-off series with Chris Prynoski as Exec VP.
The 2014 edition of Italy’s VIEW Conference will be held October 14-17; submissions for the 2014 VIEW Award and VIEW Social contest for short films employing animation or visual effects are now being accepted.
It's been years since we've heard from JJ Villard, the creator of the ballbreaking films, Son of Satan and Chestnuts Icelolly.... but now he's back in the most unexpected place: TV.
Almost every Disney movie about princesses is about white European princesses with perfect faces and “ideal” hour-glass figures.
A little red headed girl showed me this. Dumb Ways to Die is a not so dumb PSA thing by a New Zealand animator whose name is not directly in front of me. There's a website too. Good for kids and dummies.
I quite enjoy the animation films of Joseph "Joe" Pierce. His work serves up a piercing perspective of family, community, social roles and groups.
That's the punch line to a Fozzie Bear joke about Japanese animator, Atsushi Wada and his new film, Anomalies.
The movie that ushered in the new golden era at Disney is now out as a super special Diamond Edition.
Watch Method Studios Chief Creative Officer Dan Glass talk about his work on Cloud Atlas at VIEW 2012.
Watch Oscar-winning VFX Supervisor Paul Franklin talk about his work on Christopher Nolan's films Inception and The Dark Knight Rises at VIEW 2012. Watch dozens of fantastic interviews with top industry leaders at VIEW 2011 and 2012.
ILM's Chief Creative Officer and Senior Visual Effects supervisor John Knoll kicks off the VIEW Conference on October 15.
Like a bus, train or any other mode of transportation that takes you from point A to point B, there will always be another job offer and potentially an even better job offer waiting to take you to your next career destination.