Frazier Moore’s ‘colorful’ coffee table book celebrates in humorous detail the 20th anniversary of Seth MacFarlane’s eight-time Emmy Award-winning hit animated show.
New Shout! Studios series mixes original animation and re-dubbed cartoons in absurdist “brew” of social satire and parody.
Debuting just in time for summer vacation 2019, the new streaming platform will offer an extensive library of kid-friendly family viewing.
Marvel’s highly anticipated follow-up to ‘Infinity War’ beats industry predictions and blasts right by previous records for both domestic and international opening weekends.
Back-to-back episodes on Disney XD and DisneyNOW cross time and dimensions using different animation techniques to visually support the storytelling.
New cartoons and innovative programs announced at the Cartoons on the Bay festival provide a rich selection of programing for preschoolers to teens.
OIAF brings together regional, national and international animation communities, providing a forum to share and exchange expertise.
ITFS focuses on artistic animated films, innovations in the field of interactive and transmedia projects, as well as the promotion of young talent.
The Festival invites you to attend screening events, including sneak previews of shorts and features.
Former Disney exec to head Cartoon Network, Boomerang and POGO network programming and operations for Turner Asia Pacific.
Festival returns June 21 with a First Day of Summer showcase featuring new work from noted event alumni.
Hour-long episode, ‘Destinies Collide,’ debuts on the Disney Channel at 7:00–8:00 A.M. EDT on Sunday, April 14.
‘Scooby-Doo and The Lost City Of Gold’ theatrical experience from Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Montreal-based Monlove to combine puppetry, aerial arts, magic, original music, dance, cutting-edge animation video and a brand-new story.
With John Ratzenberger, Jennifer Tilly, Bob Peterson, Ben Feldman, Kelly Marie Tran, Henry Winkler, Lucas Neff, Alanna Ubach, Stephen Stanton and Aisha Tyler rounding out the star-studded voice cast, animated series inspired by Pixar’s Academy Award-winning ‘Monsters, Inc.’ is set to premiere on Disney’s new streaming service in 2020.
Seasons One and Two of the animated international phenomenon airing on the Disney Channel in the U.S. starting April 8.
‘Jorel’s Brother – Be Broccoli!’ wins best series; ‘Guaxuma’ wins best short film at the second edition of the Ibero-American Animation Quirino Awards.
Exclusive panels and screenings from Benjamin Martian and Andrew Koehler, the creators of Adult Swim’s ‘Tigtone,’ industry leader Ian Jones Quartey, ‘Dragon Ball Super’ voice actor Monica Rial, and more.
Writer and cartoonist has had her work appear in publications including ‘The New Yorker,’ ‘McSweeney’s’ and ‘The Hairpin.’
DreamWorks Animation Television’s series inspired by the Oscar-nominated film ‘Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron’ follows the adventures of spunky ex-city girl Lucky and wild horse Spirit with her two best friends Pru and Abigail.
Created by Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond, the fan-favorite series is produced by Wonderstorm and animated by Vancouver-based studio Bardel Entertainment.
DreamWorks Animation Television reveals highly anticipated trailer for the hit animated Netflix series executive produced by Noelle Stevenson at WonderCon 2019.
Bringing its distribution library to more than 4,000 half hours, 9 Story Distribution International to distribute over 460 half hours of classic children’s series from Scholastic Entertainment, including ‘Clifford The Big Red Dog’ and ‘The Magic School Bus.’