10th One Piece Theatrical Opens Big in Japan

The 10th One Piece animated movie, One Piece Film Strong World, which opened on Dec. 12th in Japan has been doing great at the box office, scoring a 1.03 billion yen (approximately ... Continue Reading →

Roy Disney, Known as ‘Soul’ of the Studio, Dies at 79

Roy E. Disney, Walt’s nephew and longtime exec producer and senior exec at the Disney Studio passed away today (Wednesday, Dec. 16) in Newport beach, Calif. after a year-long ... Continue Reading →

Henry Selick on This Morning’s Golden Globe Nomination for Coraline:

On Being Nominated: This is such a nice validation. This award season experience has been nothing like I’ve experienced before. I am thrilled that our movie wasn’t forgotten. ... Continue Reading →

Cloudy Directors Chat About Golden Globe Nomination:

Chris Miller and Phil Lord had just finished breakfast at the S&W diner in Culver City when we reached them to get their reactions to their Golden Globe nomination for Cloudy with ... Continue Reading →

Five Animated Features Up for Golden Globe Nominations

The Hollywood Foreign Press announced the nominees for the 67th Golden Globe Awards early this morning (Tuesday, January 15). The nominees in the Best Animated Feature category are ... Continue Reading →

Kre8tif! Confab Attracts Digiterati to Kuala Lumpur

The inaugural edition of MSC Malaysia’s Kre8tif! Digital Content Conference held last week in Kuala Lumpur (Dec. 7-9) attracted over 600 attendees and top animation and vfx heavyweights ... Continue Reading →

Animation Magazine’s Oscar Watch

Fans are hoping that Pixar’s animated octogenarian is nominated alongside live-action heavyweights. Last month, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released a list of ... Continue Reading →

Elves at Work

Inspired by classic holiday specials, Disney’s CG-animated Prep and Landing puts the spotlight on Santa’s efficient helpers! When it comes to animated holiday TV specials, ... Continue Reading →

The Fantastic Retro Fox Rewrites the Rules

Wes Anderson delivers a delightfully quirky adaptation of Roald Dahl’s children’s book. You’ve got to tip your hat to the ways of stylish, exacting director Wes Anderson: ... Continue Reading →

Letter Perfect

Adam Elliot, the Oscar-winning director of Mary and Max talks about the joys and heartaches of making his first feature length stop-motion movie. Australian animator Adam Elliot has ... Continue Reading →