The Adventure Brothers

Martin and Chris Kratt are back for more wildlife excursions, but this time, they’re even more animated than usual. Roving nature documentary star Martin Kratt recalls the first ... Continue Reading →

Corus Introduces a New Bushy-Tailed Star

Let’s say TV’s famous obsessive-compulsive detective Adrian Monk was reincarnated as a young squirrel and had to deal with all kinds of phobias in his daily woodland adventures. ... Continue Reading →

Mini Pets Poised to Steal Hearts

Rome-based Mondo TV wags its tail for a new animated series based on the popular European toy brand, Puppy in My Pocket. If you work in children’s TV, you’re probably heard ... Continue Reading →

Toon Town Revisited

The new 13-part series Tooned! offers a highly entertaining look at Saturday morning cartoons and their impact on culture and society through the years. Creating a documentary series ... Continue Reading →

The Fine Art of Domesticating Dragons

Co-directors Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois reveal the triumphs and tribulations of bringing DreamWorks’ majestic 3-D epic How to Train Your Dragon to animated life. When British ... Continue Reading →

Granny and Geronimo Make Waves at Cartoons on the Bay Festival

The 14th Edition of the Cartoons on the Bay festival (held in Rapallo, Italy) came to a close this past weekend, with Brown Bag Films’ Oscar-nominated short Granny O’Grimm ... Continue Reading →

Rai Fiction Unveils A New Season of Toons

French fantasy author Jules Vernes and Greek hero Ulysses take center stage in two of the new animated series unveiled by Rai Fiction at Italian festival Cartoons on the Bay this past ... Continue Reading →

Machinima Moves to the Next Level

One of the most fascinating aspects of animation is how the field continues to grow and mutate in so many different directions. While we’re seeing the applications of animation ... Continue Reading →

Weinsteins Develop 3-D Animated Pic Based on Caveman’s Drawing

The Weinstein Company is hoping to make a big comeback in the family entertainment business with a new animated feature based on early cavemen drawings discovered at the Spanish cave ... Continue Reading →

Win Signed Copies of Waking Sleeping Beauty Posters!

The folks at Disney have been kind enough to provide Animag readers with five collector’s edition one-sheet posters of the acclaimed documentary Waking Sleeping Beauty, signed ... Continue Reading →