The creators of Adult Swim’s new serial-killing dog animated series discuss their particular brand of canine hijinx and mayhem.
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15 year old Nick Mastrangelo’s ‘Trash Encounters’ Flash short selected for competition at the Burbank International Film Festival.
Our pop culture fascination with all things Disney shifts momentarily from cataloguing hidden phallic film images to visualizing Disney princes in their birthday suits.
The Saturday Night Live film unit editor discusses crazy production schedules and his multi-city post-production workshop tour.
MPC’s previs supervisor Duane Floch discusses three different POVs and lots of apes used to create the Colony Attack scene in Matt Reeves’ hit sequel.
'Black Dynamite' co-creator Michael Jai White shares his thoughts on the edgy, action-packed and brilliantly executed Adult Swim animated series Season One DVD.
Go inside the world’s most technologically sophisticated and utterly endearing stop-motion film studio.
The Third Floor supervisor Eric Carney walks us through the previs on Gareth Edwards’ hit reboot of the Japanese classic.
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Experimental hand-made animator Steven Woloshen riffs on his new film, 1000 Plateaus and the fascinating world of scratch film animation.
Director Patrick Osborne and Production Designer Jeff Turley deliver Disney’s tasty new animated short film to an eager Annecy Festival audience.
Digital Domain’s Kelly Port and Darren Hendler discuss the blood, sweat and motion capture work that went into the visual and digital effects of Maleficent.
The VFX supervisor discusses how MPC helped director Gareth Edwards bring the iconic monster to the big screen.
Previs supervisor Austin Bonang explains the extensive use of previsualization on Bryan Singer's latest installment of the X-Men franchise.
MPC’s visual effects supervisor discusses the challenges of bringing Bryan Singer’s critically acclaimed film to the screen.