Duck Duck Goose

Your Animated AFM Screening Guide

Your Animated AFM Screening Guide More than 2,000 projects from 50 countries will be unveiled at this year’s edition of the American Film Market (November 1-8) in Santa Monica. Here ... Continue Reading →
The Breadwinner

The Breadwinner: Through the Eyes of a Young Afghan Girl

  Director Nora Twomey discusses the ... Continue Reading →
Hey_Arnold-150

Hey, Arnold, You’re Still a Cool Kid!

Craig Bartlett   Thirteen years after the show went off the air, Craig Bartlett’s ... Continue Reading →
Negative Space

‘Negative Space’ Picks Up Positive Buzz

When animation directors Ru Kuwahata and Max Porter came across Ron Koertge’s poem Negative Space on Facebook (of all places!), they had a feeling it would be a good inspiration ... Continue Reading →
Window Horses

Poetry and Personal Connection: ‘Window Horses’

An imaginative young Canadian poet named Rosie Ming (voiced by Sandra Oh) learns about Persian culture and the healing power of poetry ... Continue Reading →
Take It Easy Mike!

MIPCOM: French Powerhouse TeamTO Ramps Up Productions

Here’s the thing about French studio TeamTO’s new CG-animated project Take It Easy Mike!: It looks like no other show you’ve seen before. The clean, sparklingly produced series ... Continue Reading →
Earth to Luna

MIPCOM: Catching Up with the Colorful World of TV PinGuim

The fantastic work of Brazilian animation studio TV PinGuim is no secret to anyone who has followed the global animation scene over the past two decades. First founded in 1989 by Kiko ... Continue Reading →
Marc du Pontavice

MIPCOM: Talking Toons with Xilam’s Du Pontavice

We had a chance to catch up with Marc Du Pontavice, president of Xilam Animation, who is attending MIPCOM with his brand new animated series Mr. Magoo. Du Pontavice is the mastermind ... Continue Reading →
Magic Adventures: The Crystal of Dark

‘Magic Adventures,’ ’44 Cats’ Most Watched Shows at MIP Jr.

Korean studio Hong Dang Moo’s animated series Magic Adventures: The Crystal of Dark and Italy’s Rainbow Media’s 44 Cats were the top most-screened shows at this week’s ... Continue Reading →
Andy Yeatman

Netflix’s Yeatman Discusses Kids Strategy at MIP Jr.

Andy Yeatman, the head of global kids’ content at Netflix discussed the popular platform’s commissioning and acquisition strategy during his MIP Jr. keynote on Sunday in ... Continue Reading →