Collector’s set features 60 theatrical shorts, bonus content, documentary and 10 episodes of new ‘Looney Tunes Cartoons.’
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Musician picks up where Carl Stalling left off, returning to Warner Bros. more than 25 years after composing on ‘Animaniacs’ and ‘Pinky and the Brain.’
Peter Browngardt and Alex Kirwan are lovingly producing 1,000 minutes of brand-new gag-driven shorts featuring treasured Warner Bros. characters at their slap-sticky best.
AWN’s “Miscweant” shares his take on brand names, Disney Princesses and a refreshing break from clichéd buddy movies.
Benedict Cumberbatch provides the voice of the iconic character for the most-recent take on the classic Christmas tale.
Imbuing the Oscar-nominated movie with a sense of nostalgia, animators and VFX artists drew on cartoon tradition while experimenting and pushing the cutting edge of technology to get the right look.
Eighth annual benefit auction explores as a theme the great animator’s golden age -- films he made in the 1950s.
Career of key member of the team of animators that created the iconic Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd characters spans 60 years.
Iconic voice of ‘The Bullwinkle Show’s’ Rocky and Natasha was a founder of ASIFA-Hollywood and the driving force behind The Annie Awards.
Sony Pictures Animation’s fully CG franchise reboot aims to reconnect with original Peyo Culliford comics.
British Queen to honor Emmy Award-winning producer and creative driver behind U.K. Expo Pavilion and London 2012 British Business Embassy.
‘Superjail!’ and ‘Ugly Americans’ veteran animation director launches Indiegogo campaign to complete his epic indie feature.
Major Technicolor exhibition at MoMA, ‘Glorious Technicolor: From George Eastman House and Beyond,’ rolls into its final weeks with a full schedule of 35mm screenings of Disney and other animation classics.
Twenty-city tour includes special performances with the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center and with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl.
With a career spanning 53 years, animation veteran worked as a painter and inker for Leon Schlesinger Productions, the MGM Cartoon Department, UPA precursor Graphic Films, and Bob Clampett’s Snowball Studios.
Celebration of creative collaboration fetes Warner Bros. Looney Tunes directors, animators, artists and more.
AWN’s The Miscweant attends the opening reception for ‘What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones’ at New York City’s Museum of the Moving Image.
‘What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones’ opens at the Museum of the Moving image in New York, where it will be on display July 19, 2014 through January 19, 2015.