Alain Gagnol and Jean-Loup Felicioli, the writing and directing team behind ‘A Cat in Paris,’ do a lively job of assembling many familiar elements into a unique picture.
Low-profile Portland studio houses unique collection of technophiles working alongside luddites, all eclectic artists who together produce beautifully idiosyncratic stop-motion feature films.
Just under 400 pieces of production art, concept drawings and other industry works were up for sale to the highest bidder at the June 13th animation art auction.
Google and Patrick Osborne’s ‘Pearl’ leads a number of VR projects showcased at festival’s Virtual Arcade.
Celebrating the CG-animated feature’s home entertainment release, Blue Sky Studios provides a behind-the-scenes look at Charlie Brown and the entire Peanuts Gang’s latest foray onto the big screen.
The best way to watch ‘Boy & the World’ is to think of it as a non-narrative exercise and just enjoy the visuals.
A mismatched couple traverse a succession of breathtaking, naturalistic environments on their journey home.
Veteran animator Kevin O’Hara makes the rounds of NYC animation schools to showcase Disney and Pixar’s upcoming Thanksgiving release, ‘The Good Dinosaur.’
Chris Wedge, Carlos Saldanha, John Donkin and Tom Cardone talk all things “Blue Sky” at the Motion Picture Academy’s New York event.
The ‘Duet’ director and Disney master animator shared his wit, wisdom and love of animation with a packed MoMA crowd.
The legendary animator talks in-depth about bringing hand-drawn animation to the virtual world of Motorola’s advanced mobile phone.
Joe Strike is more than impressed with director Steve Loter and DisneyToon Studio’s newest Disney Fairies animated feature.
To begin with, what more could any Disney fan ask for – this groundbreaking film has never looked sharper.
AWN’s Miscweant talks to Heritage Auctions about the upcoming LAIKA event planned for Thursday, February 12.
Joe Strike finally takes a look at Disney’s latest “reimagineering” following its release on Blu-Ray.
Depression and suicide are at the heart of Signe Baumane’s very personal, poignant and darkly funny new animated feature.
Laika has done it again - 'The Boxtrolls' takes its audience on a dizzying trip that is at once terrifying and hilarious.
AWN’s The Miscweant attends the opening reception for ‘What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones’ at New York City’s Museum of the Moving Image.