The animator shares his story of interning, twice, at the famed Portland studio, tricks he learned on the Amazon Prime kid’s show, and whether it’s worth pursuing a career in stop-motion.
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Nicole Brending discusses her savage animated satire, ‘Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity from American Popular Culture,’ which hits digital platforms August 11.
To support surprise game launch, Studio MDHR and Stop Motion Department collaborate on creepy-cool trailer, inspired by the 1933 experimental animated short, ‘The Peanut Vendor.’
The multiple Emmy and Annie Award-winning director, producer, and co-creator of the famed Adult Swim series shares a behind-the-scenes look of the upcoming 200th episode.
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.’
Submissions now being accepted for the event, which will be held October 6-10, offering awards, support, and professional access to finalists.
Listen to the latest installment of Terry Ibele’s in-depth interview series with guests including JJ Villard, John Musker, Tina Nowracki, and Fred Seibert, who share their stories, insights, and career advice.
Listen to the latest installment of the Animation Industry Podcast, Terry Ibele’s in-depth interview series with guests including JJ Villard, John Musker, Tina Nowracki, and Fred Seibert, who share their stories, insights, and career advice.
Long lost footage of stars Justin Roiland, Thomas Middleditch, Sean Giambrone and Mary Mack recording together sheds light on origins of the show’s ‘sexually hard sexy fun-buckets’ and ‘baby biscuits.’
The Emmy Award-winning ‘Robot Chicken’ executive producers bring their signature fast-paced, raucous and violence-driven humor to a stop-motion world of evil kings, insatiable queens, and peasants caught in the crossfire.
The latest installment of Terry Ibele’s in-depth interview series with guests including JJ Villard, John Musker, Tina Nowracki, and Fred Seibert, who share their stories, insights, and career advice.
20 years after release of UK studio’s hit comedy, the highest-grossing stop-motion film of all time, we learn from filmmaker’s Annecy presentation that director Sam Fell and team will begin production next year on Ginger and Rocky’s new adventure.
Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan’s adult comedy gets Season 3 pickup; Tom Root and John Harvatine IV’s adult comedy launched last week gets Season 2 pickup.
Terry Ibele’s in-depth interview series, with guests including JJ Villard, John Musker, Tina Nowracki, and Fred Seibert, shares their stories, their insight, and their career advice.
Chris Hopewell and Black Dog Films’ stop-motion short reimagines classic 70s ecological anthem 50 years after its original ‘Tea for the Tillerman’ release.
From the warped recesses of two Emmy Award-winning ‘Robot Chicken’ executive producers comes stop-motion medieval mayhem of the most bloody and hilarious kind; 10-episode Season 1 drops June 12.
Artist releases new single and meticulously crafted short, an odd and amusing blend of miniatures, collage, and live-action inspired by Fischer Price toys and Fireman Sam.
Stop-motion dark comedy project from LA’s Open The Portal follows the exploits of a 1940s D-List cartoon character suddenly transported to the present day postmodern Internet hellscape.
Showrunner Anthony Dominici tasks Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, Charlie Co, and Mister to animate FOX’s fun and whimsical LEGO building reality TV show.
Submissions are now being accepted for the event’s 12th edition taking place September 14 - 20; deadline for entries is June 30, 2020.
Simple stop-motion short film, by best-selling kid’s author and illustrator, helps parents explains, and children understand, about slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Created by acclaimed artists Nikolai and Simon Haas, the 2D sci-fi comedy stars Rashida Jones and is executive produced by Will McCormack.
Director’s stop-motion music video, showcasing three queer friends and lots of yarn, delivers a message of support to those struggling to be themselves.