‘Adventure Time’ director Elizabeth Ito’s new documentary-style animated series follows a group of kids, known as the Ghost Club, as they investigate ghost sightings and encounters around L.A.
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The moving film, revealing a painful 20-year-old secret from a gay academic’s journey to Denmark as an Afghan child refugee, sold to Oscar award-winning studio Neon for seven figures as the film festival got underway.
Craig ‘Spike’ Decker and Kat Alioshin discuss her new documentary that skillfully captures the raucous energy and infectious spirit of the infamous, riotous, and hugely influential ‘Sick & Twisted Animation Festival.’
Felicity Morland’s film about the history of traditional 2D animation, featuring Nora Twomey, Glen Keane, James Baxter, Floyd Norman, and Jorge Gutierrez, has 4 days to reach final fundraising goal.
Shout! Factory and GKIDS documentary about Studio Ghibli’s Academy Award-winning director of Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke and My Neighbor Totoro getting DVD and digital release.
AWN’s Miscweant looks at the fascinating new documentary that begs the question of whether or not the iconic animation director will ever make another film.
Documentary film features interviews with Jorge R. Gutierrez, Eric Goldberg, Nancy Beiman, Bill Plympton and many other hand-drawn animators from all different corners of the industry.
Six-minute animated short honors Charlottesville’s one-year anniversary by examining the complex issues surrounding ‘Do Black Lives Matter?’
New NFB shorts by Patrick Bouchard and Oscar-winning duo Alison Snowden and David Fine to screen at upcoming Toronto International Film Festival.
The former executive producer of TV & streaming at mOcean brings extensive experience in marketing, brand strategy, design and TV and film production to his new role spearheading business development at Laundry.
Live action and VR/experiential/digital filmmaker most recently partnered with Within for narrative VR film ‘New Wave.’
With 37 animated documentaries and 94 animated films plus live action films and a special Simpson’s event the Dok Leipzig Festival was so full of content it was impossible to see everything.