Joe Strike is more than impressed with director Steve Loter and DisneyToon Studio’s newest Disney Fairies animated feature.
Fred Patten looks at the richly detailed coffee-table art book celebrating LAIKA’s latest animated feature.
Joe Strike finally takes a look at Disney’s latest “reimagineering” following its release on Blu-Ray.
Last year we donned 3D glasses for an IMAX showing of Gravity. Off the chart reviews. A 17 MINUTE opening shot. Unparalleled vfx. Showered with Oscars. But how is it one year later?
Depression and suicide are at the heart of Signe Baumane’s very personal, poignant and darkly funny new animated feature.
Final Draft 9 was released earlier this year. I have now used it for the past 5 months and gotten pretty familiar with some of the new features. So I figured it’s time I gave it a review.
Fred Patten reviews the fantastic new collection of concept and production art from every DreamWorks animated film.
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.
Series creator Loren Bouchard and illustrator Jay Howell share their thoughts on the origins of Fox’s Sunday night hit.
Fred Patten walks us through this beautiful collection of images from Neil Blomkamp’s new sci-fi action thriller.
The art behind DreamWorks’ latest animated feature, Turbo, is featured in this new coffee-table book.
Nancy Phelps reports on the first Annecy International Animation Festival under the leadership of new creative director Marcel Jean.