By using distinctive visual effects as a core series element, almost as a ‘character’ itself, Guillermo del Toro and Netflix’s Emmy Award-winning animated series has garnered an Annie Award nomination for Best FX for TV/Media.
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Directors Philip Gelatt and Morgan Galen King’s raucous new rotoscoped fantasy epic takes us back to the days when animated tales of swords and sorcerers didn’t always have fairy tale endings.
Director Jesse Cowan takes a dark journey into Native American mythology with his tale of a young boy, his wolf totem, and their fight with monsters of the forest.
Ewan McGregor, David Bradley, Cate Blanchett and newcomer Gregory Mann top a stellar voice acting lineup in Netflix’s upcoming animated musical, based on Carlo Collodi’s classic story, written and directed by the Oscar-winning ‘The Shape of Water’ director.
For executive producers Chad Quandt and Aaron Waltke, the third and final series, now available on Netflix, sadly concludes their work on the ambitious science fantasy that began life as a live-action feature project almost a decade ago.
The Oscar-winning director and DreamWorks reveal they’re now in production on a new film, set in the ‘Trollhunters’ world, premiering next year on Netflix.
The battle for the fate of existence begins in the final chapter of the eight-time Emmy Award-winning ‘Tales of Arcadia’ trilogy, debuting August 7 on Netflix.
Creator of the Emmy-winning ‘Tales of Arcadia’ trilogy to co-direct a darker version of the beloved classic tale alongside ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’ animation director Mark Gustafson.
‘Speed Racer’ star takes over for the late Anton Yelchin, while the others will reprise their roles in ‘3 Below,’ the next chapter in Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Tales of Arcadia’ for Netflix.
‘Trolls: The Beat Goes On!’ and reimagining of 1980s classic ‘She-Ra’ among the new series coming in the new year.
Netflix original series DreamWorks ‘Trollhunters’ is first installment of three-part epic from DreamWorks Animation Television.
The legendary director releases his first new animated film in years, a compelling 22-minute short filled with offbeat, colorful characters drawn from his years in Brooklyn.