The co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Toronto’s Industrial Brothers discusses developing, funding, and selling an animated TV series.
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The original 7-part scripted podcast is hosted by Huey Duck for Duckburg Public Radio; the animated series’ voice cast reprises their roles in the new program that highlights riveting stories from Duckburg.
The artist discusses the ins and outs of what an editor for animation does, and what it takes to produce a new episode each month of his own indie show.
The Disney artist discusses her career path that eventually saw her work on some of TV’s biggest animated shows, including ‘The Simpsons’ and ‘American Dad!’
Join the global celebration of the best anime of 2020; the show will stream live on multiple platforms.
The Hawaiian filmmakers discuss their 2D animated short, which tells the story of the healing power of four mysterious stones found on Waikiki Beach in Hawaii - and the legendary dual male and female spirits within them.
Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski, who produced ‘Madame Tutli-Putli’ and ‘Higglety Pigglety Pop! or There Must Be More to Life’ with the National Film Board of Canada, discuss their upcoming NFB film and how they created strange hats for Cirque du Soliel.
The popular environmentally themed animated series will begin Season 2 production in first quarter 2021; show follows the adventures of six superpowered kids using science to save Earth.
The series creator discusses his show’s rollercoaster journey from humble webcomic to fan favorite and Season 2 renewal.
In a Spark & Fire podcast about his work on Pixar’s new film, the writer/director discusses the challenge and discipline of writing, and his commitment to working out the wonderful barbershop scene.
Explore an extensive catalog of sessions, podcasts, demos, research posters and more; see GTC 2020 keynote by Nvidia chief scientist Bill Dally.
The 3D animation director at Arcana Studio in Vancouver shares the skills he worked on that took him from animation graduate to animation director.
The entertainment studio CEO discusses expanding from indie comic publishing into 3D feature film, TV series, and short film production.
The stop-motion animator discusses how studios from different countries can collaborate efficiently.
The stopmo maven talks about setting up and running a studio, sharing her experience on projects for brands like Califia Farms, Care Skincare, and Expedia.
‘Creating Emmy Award-Winning Animation Series & How to be a Top Director’ episode features SLR Production’s creative director discussing topics including production pipelines and equipment; writing strong briefs; directing voice talent; handling failures; and directing for the first time.
UK-based independent rotoscoper Flora Martyr shares her process to create pristine rotoscope animations.
Co-creators Casey Follen, Alexis Deprey, and Cami Kwan discuss their community of animation professionals who’ve come together to highlight and share original work from artists in the industry.
Project puts a modern spin on H.G. Wells’ ‘The Island of Dr. Moreau’ and is the latest of the development deals announced by Gunpowder & Sky’s sci-fi label; time travel feature film ‘Time Agent’ and ‘Last Exit: Space,’ a new documentary exploring mankind’s push to colonize space, are also in the works.
The senior character animator on cinematics for games like ‘Halo,’ ‘Warcraft,’ and ‘Diablo’ shares his top tips on how to excel in CG.
Andrew Koehler and Benjamin Martian discuss the origins of their Adult Swim series, the decade and a half it took to reach the screen, and the most ridiculous joke they put into Season 2.
‘Creating Emmy Winning Titles for ‘True Detective,’ ‘Westworld’ & ‘The Crown’ episode features the Emmy Award-winning 3D motion designer discussing topics including transitioning from graphic design to motion design; working remotely; pipeline and equipment; and reflecting on the future.
Artist walks through her journey from animation student, to intern, to working on the new series of classic Warner Bros. cartoons.
The producer discusses Pal’s commercial and narrative stop-motion productions of the 1930s and 1940s, as well as new unreleased footage coming in his new movie.