Intimate, six-part series follows the lives of artists who produced the highest grossing animated film of all time.
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Filmmakers panel and first episode of six-part ‘Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2’ coming next week.
Multimedia exhibit showcases the prolific Zagreb School of Animated Film; now running through June 14 at Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb.
New studio, founded by veterans Drew Neujahr, Sean McAllen, and Shane McAllen, will focus on producing, directing and post, including mixed media and VFX.
The Misweant writes about a different labyrinth and definitely not those ‘Turtles;’ plus, with apologies to Rocket J. Squirrel, ‘that voice… where have I heard that voice?’
Alex Burunova’s film explores the history and growth of the fast paced, highly stylized and influential world of anime production.
In this video featurette, the director discusses his decision to use animation over live-action as well as his approach to capturing actors’ performances, on his film about Luis Buñuel's famous documentary, ‘Las Hurdes: Land Without Bread.’
To support upcoming theatrical release, GKIDS shares featurette with director Salvador Simó discussing animation used for a specific look in his film about Luis Buñuel's famous documentary, ‘Las Hurdes: Land Without Bread.’
Mix of 2D and 3D used to portray emotional memories of famed sexuality expert’s early life in Nazi Germany.
Debuting Jan. 27, ‘The Number on Great-Grandpa’s Arm’ is produced by the cable giant and the Museum of Jewish Heritage.
Transcript of my VR storytelling principles presentation just given at the 7th Int’l Conference & Exhibition on Visual Entertainment in Beijing.
43rd Student Academy Awards honor Jasina’s ‘Once Upon a Line’ and Saleh’s ‘Ayny - My Second Eye’ alongside with 15 other student filmmakers.
The Powerpuff Girls ask ‘what’s your special ingredient?’ with Powfactor; Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls contributes to launch of global campaign.
New NFB Director General, Creation and Innovation to oversee the interactive studios in Vancouver and Montreal and both the French and English programs at the National Film Board of Canada.
Deadline for submission of qualifying animated shorts is Monday, October 3; animated features must be submitted by Tuesday, November 1.
Oscar-winning director brings us ‘Life, Animated,’ a heartbreaking, evocative and ultimately uplifting live-action/animated documentary about a young man’s struggle with autism and his unique embrace of Disney animation.
World’s only short movie channel to showcase famed Oscar shorts release with theatrical premieres of live-action, animated and documentary short categories.
Award-winning animation production company signs Canada-based creative studio Giant Ant to its roster of talent for representation in the U.S.