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Fire by David Lynch

An animated short by David Lynch set to a composition by Marek Zebrowski.


Daytime Emmys 2020

The three most-nominated animation series are all Disney productions.

Alan Menken

The film will be among the first releases from feature animation start-up Skydance Animation.


With ​Callipeg, artists can now leave their desks and animate wherever they want and need with professional tools, using the iPad’s power to its full potential.

Ron's Gone Wrong

Staff at the vfx titan are facing significant pay cuts. But some are now being offered “salary support,” with the help of production partner Locksmith Animation.

Arturo “Vonno” Ambriz tells Cartoon Brew about making a stop-motion epic with little money and no prior experience.


We dive head first into the Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe in a conversation with Tony Cervone and Bill Haller, director and animation supervisor on “Scoob!”

Zeyu Ren explains how he thinks Quill could benefit all animators working in 3d.

Kevin Mayer

This person has obviously spent a long time listening to songs from Disney animated films.


Twenty animated features will be presented during next month’s online-only edition of Annecy.

Mikrofilm is still encouraging staff to work at home, but those who wish to return to work can do so, with plenty of new safety measures in place.

Don’t blink or you’ll miss some of these tributes in “Scoob!”

The Scooby-Doo origin story is the second animated tentpole to skip theaters for VOD.

Le Drole

An independent animated short from France.

The company’s development of a a real-time platform will allow it to work more closely with major game studios.

The revered cinematographer discusses his little-known work for the likes of Pixar and Dreamworks in a fascinating new podcast series.

Draw Stronger

When Sam Kishi wanted to incorporate animated segments into his live-action feature, he didn’t have to look far. That’s because he also runs the Mexican animation studio Platypus.

After a decade of studying and working in Europe, show creator Cheng Li is pushing to bring new ideas into Chinese series.

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