Fox Animation releases the Oscar-nominated animated short, “Maggie Simpson in ‘The Longest Daycare,’” on the network’s official YouTube channel.
Category: Short Films
Canada beats up bullies. Not really. Sorta maybe. No. yes. I'm so stupid. Always mess things up. I'm worthless.
Disney cleans up at the Oscars this year with wins for Pixar feature, “Brave,” and the John Kahrs-directed “Paperman.”
Day 3 of the LA leg of the Oscar Showcase Tour finished up with a screening for The Simpsons production crew.
The Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film announces the highlights of the 2013 edition of the festival, which runs this year from April 23 to April 28, 2013.
Day 2 in LA concludes with a screening at the Motion Picture Academy hosted and moderated by Jason Schwartzman.
Day 2 in Los Angeles continues at Disney Feature Animation, highlighted by a studio tour with John Musker.
The SoCal leg of Oscar® Showcase Tour kicked off with a screening Monday night at Woodbury University, sponsored and organized by ASIFA-Hollywood.
Autodesk kicks off its “Gwen & Dave” animated vacation getaway contest with prizes including a license of the Autodesk Entertainment Creation Suite Ultimate, a Lenovo ThinkPad W530 Mobile Workstation, a license of Autodesk Mudbox, and an NVIDIA Quadro card.
Watch a progression reel displaying the process of creating one of the key shots in Disney’s short film, “Paperman,” directed by John Kahrs.
Following its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival, Pixar releases poster art from the festival for its newest animated short, The Blue Umbrella.
Gain insight into each of the Oscar-nominated animated shorts directors in these exclusive interviews on AWN.com.
The main subject of discussion is Mr. Peabody and Sherman. The story of the sophisticated dog genius and his adopted boy companion spans back to the 50’s, originally part of the Rocky and Bullwinkle animated series.
Day 1 of the Northern California leg of the AWN Oscar® Showcase Tour begins in San Francisco. First stop - Electronic Arts.
The award-winning CG-animated short film by UCLA MFA student Mark Nelson is now available in its entirety for viewing online.