Aqua Teen Hunger Force Flirts with Live Action

What would Comic-Con be without the devoted animation fans who love dressing up as their favorite characters? The folks at Cartoon Network sent us a picture of four avid fans of Aqua ... Continue Reading →

Miyazaki’s Ponyo Swimming with Raves

While audiences in many territories flocked to see Chris Nolan’s Batman epic this past weekend, family moviegoers in Japan lined up to experience Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea, ... Continue Reading →

Totoro Inspires Charity Auction and Exhibit

It’s been 20 years since Hayao Miyazaki introduced the world to his loveable forest spirit in the acclaimed animated feature My Neighbor Totoro. This summer, the popular classic ... Continue Reading →

Thurop Van Orman, Creator Cartoon Network’s The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack

Thurop Van Orman’s beautifully animated and quirky toon, The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, has developed a nice following since it debuted on Cartoon Network’s Thursday ... Continue Reading →

S4 Studios Unleashes Fraidy Cat

Hollywood-based S4 Studios has completed Fraidy Cat, a Flash-animated short written by Larry Le Francis and directed by Geoffrey Kater. The first in a series of ‘horror’ ... Continue Reading →

Get Your SIGGRAPH On!

By all accounts, next month’s SIGGRAPH confab (held at the Los Angeles Convention Center and Nokia Theater) is expected to offer some of most exciting CG animation and vfx-related ... Continue Reading →

Moonscoop and DQ Form 5-Year Alliance

A new five-year alliance has been formed between India’s DQ Entertainment and France’s Moonscoop Group. This new partnership, which includes five animated series and two ... Continue Reading →

Stan Winston Tribute Added to SIGGRAPH

A tribute to the late special effects master Stan Winston, a special conversation between Disney/Pixar’s chief creative officer John Lasseter and Oscar-winning 2D animator Frederic ... Continue Reading →

American Greetings Fights for Strawberry Shortcake Rights

Who knew Strawberry Shortcake could be such a little troublemaker? According to a story in The Los Angeles Times, Cleveland-based American Greetings, which owns the rights to the famous ... Continue Reading →

Mike Young’s Toon Aids China’s Earthquake Victims

Proceeds from a special screening of Mike Young Productions and Global Digital Creations’ Happy Little Submarines feature will be used to build new schools in earthquake-affected ... Continue Reading →