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Jorge Gutierrez Shares His Inspirational Path of Most Resistance

By Dan Sarto | Friday, July 26, 2019 at 4:07pm

The ‘Son of Jaguar’ and ‘The Book of Life’ director takes center stage at TV Academy diversity in animation celebration to wow the crowd with his uplifting story of a career spent fighting against all odds.

Reel FX Headline News

Reel FX Recruits Chris Miller To Direct Untitled Wish Project

Oscar-nominated ‘Puss n’ Boots’ and ‘Shrek the Third’ director to helm upcoming original feature that takes place in both the real world and a world of mythical creatures.

Reel FX Headline News

Seriously and Reel FX Reunite for ‘Visit Minutia’

Next original animated short from the ‘Best Fiends’ mobile game franchise produced by ‘Book of Life’ creators Reel FX features all-star voice cast including Pamela Adlon, Mark Hamill and Kate Walsh.

SPARK ANIMATION Headline News

‘Book of Life’ Director Jorge R. Gutiérrez Joins Spark Animation 2017 as Conference Chair

Visionary Mexican animator, character designer, painter, writer and director will be bringing his work and experience from south of the border to the Great White North to curate and host Western Canada’s largest animation event.

VIEW 2015 Headline News

Jorge Gutierrez to Deliver Keynote at VIEW 2015

Other featured talks at VIEW 2015 to include Blue Sky’s Scott Carroll on ‘The Peanuts Movie,’ Pixar’s Kim White on ‘Inside Out’ and Sony’s Michael Kurinsky on production design for ‘Hotel Transylvania 2.’

Home Entertainment Headline News

Coming Soon…to Your Living Room: ‘Book of Life,’ Studio Ghibli Doc

Mexican culture, super heroes and a look inside Japan’s famed Studio Ghibli all team up on store shelves for this week's home entertainment releases on Blu-Ray and DVD.

Awards Headline News

72nd Golden Globe Nominations Announced

The nominees for Best Animated Feature Film are Disney’s ‘Big Hero 6,’ Reel FX’s ‘The Book Of Life,’ LAIKA’s ‘The Boxtrolls,’ DreamWorks Animation’s ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2’ and Warner Bros.’ ‘The LEGO Movie.’

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