Former FX executive, who helped launch network’s ‘Cake’ animation and live-action anthology series, will oversee animated feature and short film slate for J. J. Abrams' production company, including Dr. Seuss’ ‘Oh, the Places You’ll Go!’
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Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release all 41 episodes of Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon’s hit Emmy Award-winning animated adult comedy on Blu-ray and DVD; special features include featurettes, ‘Inside the Episode’ segments, animatic sketches and more.
Taz makes his full-length short debut; Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and other fan favorites return as a new batch of 10 shorts drops January 21.
Leading interactive studio’s latest VR experience is released today; first-ever live virtual reality red carpet premiere for the short was the ultimate socially distanced event, with attendees using Oculus Quest headsets to interact in real-time as avatars.
Director and designer, known for his fun, playful aesthetic, employs a diverse array of creative animation techniques to tell stories; his work include projects for MTV, TED-Ed, and Lyft.
Fleischer Studios taps Global Icons for worldwide representation as the studio seeks new, creative, and strategic opportunities to expand their iconic brands.
Streaming giant announces projects from Aardman, DreamWorks Animation, Nickelodeon, and Sony Pictures Animation, among others, set for release this year.
Hornet’s London-based directors animated popular Netflix characters to count down the New Year’s Day launch of the streamer’s 8-part series that explores the foundations of meditation.
Set for January 18, the upcoming virtual discussion will feature a conversation with the director/producer of Cartoon Saloon and Apple TV+’s latest animated feature; submit questions via email to participate in the Q&A.
Go behind the scenes with filmmakers discussing their animation projects; scheduled sessions include the production of Netflix’s first three animated shorts ‘Canvas,’ ‘If Anything Happens I Love You,’ and ‘Cops and Robbers;’ Baobab Studios’ VR Exploration Baba Yaga; and PaperBoat Animation Studio’s ‘Bombay Rose.’
Best known for his work on ‘Bob’s Burgers,’ the designer passed away Thursday after sustaining injuries in a sky diving accident the prior weekend.
Based on a popular graphic novel of the same name, the original animated comedy for kids features characters based on microscopic creatures; series educates children about the world around them.
International line-up includes multi-language dubs of popular anime including ‘Jujutsu Kaisen,’ ‘So I’m a Spider, So What,’ ‘Burn the Witch,’ and ‘Dr. Stone.’
Actress and YouTuber Anna Akana voices an animated hard rock version of the ‘Amphibia’ theme song as Anne’s best friend Sasha takes the stage in the Disney Channel series’ latest episode, ‘Theme Song Takeover: Sasha Conquers.’
Indie film company partners with ContentoNY and animator Juan Mont on a new adult comedy series that follows a failed radio host who seeks revenge.
Based on the ‘Powerpuff Girls’ creator’s 2009 comic strip, the retro 2D animated series is inspired by classic comics from the 1950s; show follows the life of a boy named Kid who dreams of being a hero – but he’s not very good at it.
Deadline for submissions is February 7, 2021 - selected MIFA pitch projects receive unique opportunities with access to and meetings with key players in the animation sector; June 14-19 event will be run both online and in-person.
Peacock continues expanding its kids programming with a new season of the original animated series based on Mike Maihack’s award-winning graphic novels.
Company founded by the software program’s original creator and Cartoon Saloon’s supervisor of Moho animation will continue developing the technology used on films like ‘Wolfwalkers’ and ‘The Breadwinner.’
The Oscar-qualified short combines 2D animation with contemporary artistry to adapt a poem about the true-life experiences of poet and World War II veteran Edward Field.
Rap duo El-P and Killer Mike fight a cold-as-ice enemy in a stop-motion short directed by Chris Hopewell, based on a track from the band’s latest album, ‘RTJ4.’
The all-new DC Universe original animated film is coming to Digital January 12 and 4K & Blu-ray January 26.
The super dark but lovable characters, Gloomy and Pity, take the leap from merchandise to anime stars with their own animated TV series launching in Japan next April.
The stop-motion animator discusses how studios from different countries can collaborate efficiently.