Spire Studios’ creative director, development discusses climbing the corporate animation ladder, a must have skill to attract new opportunities, and how to develop the confidence to forge your own path.
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Animated film spun off from the networks hugely popular series promises to satirize workplace culture, Gen Z struggles, tech, and social media; led by award-winning actress Tracee Ellis Ross, the voice cast includes Pamela Adlon, Kal Penn, William Jackson Harper, and Zosia Mamet.
A pioneer for women in animation, the trailblazing funny lady began her career in the ‘90s, becoming one of very first women in the writer’s room; she worked on numerous series as a script writer including ‘Daria,’ was senior editor of ‘Nickelodeon Magazine,’ and her illustrations were seen in ‘Redbook’ and ‘The New York Times.’
The eight-episode adult animation series is executive produced by Stephen Colbert, and skewers small-town Americana à la ‘South Park.’
Premiering today on Peacock, Emmy Award winner Tony Hale and DreamWorks Animation’s 2D animated comedy about the misadventures of a curious, loveable chicken is back with a new season of hijinks and heart.
Comedy Central greenlights a reimagined ‘The Ren & Stimpy Show’ in ongoing renewal of classic ViacomCBS cartoon properties.
Emmy Award-winning actress Tracee Ellis Ross to star in new series from MTV Studios, with Grace Edwards serving as creator and head writer.
Emmy Award winner Tony Hale’s animated comedy about the misadventures of a curious, loveable chicken returns to Netflix on March 20.
‘Celebrity Deathmatch’ creator Eric Fogel brings the off-beat tales of Hale’s gangly, cheerful and boldly enthusiastic young chicken to life in the new Netflix Original Series from DreamWorks Animation.
Award-winning indie animator of ‘Puppet’ and ‘Blank on Blank’ shares his thought-provoking 2018 short about the process and danger of conformity.
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.
LAAF, running Nov 30-Dec 2, will recognize Emmy award-winning Titmouse founder for his ground-breaking achievements in animation.