Watch: Brad Bird’s McCay Award Acceptance Video

As we mentioned in our live Twitter coverage of the Annie Awards on Saturday, Brad Bird accepted his Winsor McCay Award with a video he sent from the Vancouver set of Mission: Impossible ... Continue Reading →

‘Dragon’ Fires Up the Annie with 15 Wins

DreamWorks’ Dragon has delivered another triumphant sweep. Chris Sanders and Don DeBlois’s How To Train Your Dragon won 15 out of 24 award categories, including Best Animated Feature, ... Continue Reading →

Live Results from the Annie Awards

We’re live at the 38th annual Annie Awards, being held at Royce Hall on the campus of UCLA in lovely Los Angeles. Update this post throughout the night to see who takes home the ... Continue Reading →

Follow Along With the Annie Awards

The 38th annual Annie Awards are to be presented at Royce Hall at UCLA — and Animation Magazine will be there to bring you the winners as soon as they happen! Check out this blog ... Continue Reading →

Women in Animation, Toon Boom Set Feb. 18 NYC Party

Women in Animation International and Toon Boom are set to pour you a drink — all you have to do is stop by. The hosts will be serving wine at the event, set for 6 p.m. Feb. 18 at ... Continue Reading →

‘Chico & Rita’ to Open Cartoon Movie

Fernando Trueba’s animated feature Chico & Rita is the opening film of the 13th edition of Cartoon Movie, set for March 2-4 in Lyons, France. Trueba’s animation debut ... Continue Reading →

‘Inception,’ ‘Dragon’ Top VES Awards

Christopher Nolan’s Inception was the big winner at last night’s Visual Effects Society Awards, taking home four honors, including Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual ... Continue Reading →

Oscar Week Includes Look at Animated Shorts, Features

Animation gets its due in Oscar Week — a series of events planned by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the week leading up to the 83rd annual Academy Awards. On ... Continue Reading →

Animate Projects Likely to Close Without Arts Council England Funding

England’s Animate Projects program has announced it likely will shut down at the end of March after the Arts Council England not to fund the program for 2011. With a history that ... Continue Reading →

O’Reilly’s ‘External World’ Earns Honorable Mention at Sundance

Animator David O’Reilly’s The External World has earned an honorable mention from the jury at the Sundance Film Festival. The film was the only animated mention made by ... Continue Reading →