Prolific studio known for ‘Big Mouth’ and ‘Midnight Gospel’ joins the ranks of Starfleet, handling production on the inaugural season of Mike McMahan’s CBS All Access series, the first adult animated ‘Star Trek’ comedy in franchise history.
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Creators of ‘Cynanide & Happiness’ partner with animation studio Octopie on hostage situation YouTube comedy web series.
Filmmaker Nick Peterson and Velorean Productions take the platinum-selling singer and his friends on a drunken, superhero hula dancing adventure.
In Joey Jones’ charming CG animated film, ‘How the Covid-dragon Disappears,’ a kid’s imagination serves as the battleground for a knight’s valiant fight against the coronavirus, honoring the brave essential workers of the 2020 pandemic.
The Emmy-nominated ‘Family Guy’ executive producer returns for Season 3, delivering over 100 minutes of animation for the venerable, highly acclaimed science franchise, which debuts tonight on National Geographic.
Can Rudolph, now a fallen hero, will himself back to former glory as the leader of Santa’s reindeer team?
Directors Anna Samo and Lisa LaBracio discuss their TED-Ed short film based on the Brendan Constantine poem about the opposite to the word ‘gun.’
VFX supervisor Phil Brennan describes the making of Jean Grey’s cosmically altered telekinesis, her childhood car crash, an enhanced Cerebro and the 3rd act prison train.
In the second part of AWN’s two-part interview, the director of Paramount’s new ‘Transformers’ sci-fi action adventure discusses the magic behind a compelling and emotional digital character performance.
Teenage rock band hopes song and film dealing with mental health issues and campus gun violence leads to conversation and healing.
One Animation studio head John McKenna continues his series exploring the inner workings of the animation industry.
Noted talent agency for storyboard artists combines with creative production company and industry leader in test spots and animatics to launch FamousFrames @ Napoleon.
Managing director Maria Hanafy to run international animatics shop’s 10th location, joining offices in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, London, São Paulo, Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Düsseldorf and Shanghai.
Some nightmares breathe…Randall Kaplan’s indie film delving into our deepest fears and darkest desires seeks backing for completion of animatic.