Stop-motion animator Rachel Johnson launches a Kickstarter campaign for her newest short film, Henrietta Bulkowski.
Twentieth Television shops off-network syndication rights to the long-running animated series in the coming year.
Amberwood Entertainment and Big Jump Productions partner with TVOKids to develop a new pre-school series, Shutterbug.
Nickelodeon partners with Activision Publishing to develop video games featuring SpongeBob SquarePants.
The Levitow family gifts the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences with animation art and related production material from the career of animator Abe Levitow.
On the heels of the announcement from Fox that The Simpsons will appear on Family Guy, Comic-Con attendees learn that the animated family will join forces with Futurama in crossover episode planned for 2014.
Disney channel’s intergalactic animated comedy series, Wander Over Yonder, from Emmy Award-winning producer Craig McCracken, premieres Friday, September 13, with a first-look following the Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel premiere August 16.
Following its world premiere at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival, where it received the prestigious Annecy Cristal award for best short film, Chris Landreth’s Subconscious Password has its U.S. premiere at SIGGRAPH 2013.
Rainbow is partnering with Lucky Punch and March Entertainment on a second season of the CGI animated series, Mia and me.
Cartoon Network and the Lego Group unveil the new Mixels franchise, which will feature animated content (primarily shorts), a rich digital gaming experience, a collectible building toy concept, plus much more, and is set to launch in 2014.
Cartoon Network gives an exclusive sneak peek at San Diego Comic-Con of three brand-new original animated series from Cartoon Network Studios: Pete Browngardt’s Uncle Grandpa, Skyler Page’s Clarence, and Rebecca Sugar’s highly-anticipated Steven Universe.
Bron Animation begins production this fall on the full-length CG animated feature film, Henchmen, based on an original script by Jay D. Waxman directed by Adam Wood.
Illumination Entertainment’s Despicable Me 2 beats DreamWorks Animation’s new entry Turbo, which scores one of the lowest domestic openings ever for a DreamWorks Animation title.
Two of the most iconic and revered families on television will come together when the Griffins end up in Springfield and meet the Simpsons in a crossover Family Guy episode slated to air in Fall 2014.
Three Stooges leader Moe Howard’s autobiography re-released under the title “I Stooged to Conquer” with a new foreword by Moe’s daughter, Joan Howard Maurer, and newly restored photographs.
Doof meets Darth in an epic ode to Star Wars from the hit animated series Phineas and Ferb in a special event episode to be presented next year on Disney Channel and Disney XD.
Adventure Time’s Finn and Jake will take to the sky, as they join the 2013 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Nominations for the 65th annual Primetime Emmy Awards are announced, with Fox’s Bob's Burgers and The Simpsons facing off in the animated program category against Nickelodeon’s Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, Cartoon Network’s Regular Show, and Comedy Central’s South Park.
Six films are nominated for the Cartoon d’Or 2013, the European award for the best animated short film.
humble’s hydra trips the light fantastic with dogs, cacti and comedy in Tumbleweed Tango, an animated short by directing duo hydra about love-struck balloon dogs dancing in a cactus patch.
Dentsu Entertainment USA partners with Nelvana Enterprises and Fuel Entertainment to create the new animated TV series, Chub City.
The animated series from Seth MacFarlane will finish its 10th season on Fox and move to TBS in late 2014 for its 11th season.