Oscar hopeful Trevor Jimenez breaks down a surreal dream sequence designed to evoke heightened emotions in his painterly short film ‘Weekends.’
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Story artist-turned director Ted Mathot brings the iconic Edna E. Mode out of her comfort zone and into the spotlight in a new short film created for the home entertainment release of ‘Incredibles 2.’
Encounters animation programmer Kieran Argo delves into this year’s Oscar-qualifying international competition.
The Ottawa International Animal Festival’s director of industry programming discusses highlights of OIAF’s annual industry-driven event, The Animation Conference.
The Oscar-winning duo behind ‘Bob’s Birthday’ returns to the NFB with a new short film exploring the animal side of human nature.
Writer and directors Kevin Adams and Joe Ksander discuss the making of the Chinese-Canadian animated co-production about the bittersweet power of memories.
From the international competition to this year’s Collideoscope program spotlighting collage animation, the 2018 Ottawa International Animation Festival is packed with screenings, talks, master classes, parties and more.
We’ve been grooving all summer with the Pointer Sisters and Paley’s animated stone goddesses dancing to the infectious “You Gotta Believe” by Norman Whitfield -- now let’s see how they were made.
Pixar story artist Trevor Jimenez discusses the making of his painterly hand-drawn short film that takes a dreamlike look at divorce.
Ahead of this year’s SIGGRAPH Conference, Computer Animation Festival director Larry Bafia reflects on his experiences heading up this year’s edition, and dishes up some sage advice for first-time attendees.
Ahead of the Season 7 premiere of hit Adult Swim series ‘The Venture Bros.,’ Titmouse head and founder Chris Prynoski reflects on the independent animation studio’s early days.
The writers, EPs and stars of HBO’s adult animated series discuss the evolution of the show ahead of its Season 3 premiere on August 3.
With a new ‘Animaniacs’ reboot and a Harley Quinn series in the works, WBA series VP Audrey Diehl reveals what she looks for in new talent and what gives a pitch that special spark.
Industrial Light & Magic animation supervisor Jance Rubinchik describes the joys of playing with dinosaurs for ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.’
The third feature by Beijing start-up Light Chaser Animation combines old and new to tell a universal tale of love, growth, and airborne hijinks.
The program’s first productions -- ‘Bird Karma’ and ‘Bilby’ -- opened and closed this year’s Annecy International Animation Festival.
Breakdowns of some of the more eye-popping VFX shots in the first season of the Netflix series reboot.
Image Engine VFX supervisor Joao Sita oversees the delivery of 266 visual effects shots for the first season of the Netflix series reboot.
Complex, multi-layered 45-minute work is set in the late 19th century during Belgium’s colonization of the Congo Basin in West Africa.
Industrial Light & Magic employs its traditional hybrid approach to combining practical and CG effects for grounded performances.
The acclaimed director returns to cowrite and direct the third installment of Sony Pictures Animation’s ghoulish adventure comedy.