Some nightmares breathe…Randall Kaplan’s indie film delving into our deepest fears and darkest desires seeks backing for completion of animatic.
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Daily Beast piece on co-creator Sam Simon’s passing reminds us how quickly the show’s irreverent humor became a cultural force to be reckoned with.
40 student artists craft film about a raccoon, a candy shop and an impulse that just can’t be denied.
Amos talks about Talenthouse, which showcases over 3.1 million creative artists, his difficult path to launch the site as well as his one-love philosophies on life and art.
Hugh describes the perseverance, support, and vision it has taken the festival to achieve such phenomenal success.
Entertainment legends discuss undying principles of storytelling, building relationships, and how audiences have changed.
Podcast examines the idea that “content is King” with a roundtable discussion with Talk NYC founder Derek Smith, Disney Online Originals VP Margie Gilmore and Defy Media’s Andy Tu.
BrickNerd Studios’ funny new stop-motion short begs us to consider the reason behind this superhero conflict.
Adobe After Effects techniques from viral video appearing on Reddit, local news and national weather outlets unveiled in multi-step tutorial.
Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts showcases the new Xsens MVN motion capture system live on the show floor at CTN 2014.
Former Digital Domain CEO John Textor is granted a protective order against HologramUSA head Alki David.
Our pop culture fascination with all things Disney shifts momentarily from cataloguing hidden phallic film images to visualizing Disney princes in their birthday suits.
From the guy who asked “What if Star Wars was a Tarantino film?” comes a new twist on Disney’s blockbuster animated musical: “If Frozen was a Horror Movie.”
The task is harder than it seems. Can you identify 43 cartoon theme songs in this Ensemble ACJW mashup? My attempt was an epic FAIL!
Something “pickeled” this way comes as Flint Lockwood and the gang battle an island full of crazy “foodimals.”