Article Type: Interview
Out from under George Lucas’ wings, ILM’s legendary visual effects guru takes the helm as Chief Creative Officer.
A weary traveler finds shelter in a shrine for old tools, appeasing angry spirits with his expert repairs.
A phone call ends a secret romance, while images of feudal Chinese combat provide a poignant landscape in this beautiful and imaginative short film.
New short combines high-end visual effects and creature animation with an astronaut’s inadvertent lapse in judgment to hilarious effect.
A witch, a cat and a host of new friends learn to share in this gentle and engaging animated Christmas special.
The prolific experimental animator discusses his latest film and the message, or lack of one, behind his musical and visual decision-making.
Feeling displaced, like a stranger in a strange land, lies at the heart of the directors' poignant and expertly crafted short film.
Chris Robinson’s candid interview with the longtime producer, hard at work charting a new studio course in an increasingly digital world.
Art director and character designer Mariano Epelbaum, who recently helped complete Argentina’s Oscar-winning director Juan José Campanella’s 3D animated feature ‘Foosball’, talks about his roots, his creative process, and his work for the film.
Series creator Loren Bouchard and illustrator Jay Howell share their thoughts on the origins of Fox’s Sunday night hit.
Two sisters desperately race to overcome their fears and the magical powers that separate them in Disney’s Snow Queen-inspired animated adventure.
The directors of Comedy Central’s sophomore animated hit have found comedy gold in the hills of a dysfunctional national park.
Henry Selick reflects on his groundbreaking classic, a misleading headline, a Shadow King and the road ahead.
The legendary 3-time Oscar winning animator kicked off his interactive exhibition with a mesmerizing lecture.
Watch Method Studios Chief Creative Officer Dan Glass talk about his work on Cloud Atlas at VIEW 2012.
The two first time directors sound off on the rigors and joys of bringing a big time animated sequel to the screen.
The long-time DisneyToon Studios production exec discusses the rigors and pressures of bringing Planes to the screen.
Four and a half years in the making, the long-time direct-to-DVD studio’s biggest feature finally lands in U.S. theatres.