The Animation Show to Roll Again

If you missed last year’s inaugural touring festival of animation presented by King of the Hill creator Mike Judge and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt (Billy’s ... Continue Reading →

JibJab Animates Sundance

Having lightened up the election year with parodies of Geroge W. Bush, John Kerry and other major players in the democratic process, JibJab Media (www.jibjab.com) is turning its attention ... Continue Reading →

Spidey, Potter, Aviator Lead VES Noms

As Southern California is uncharacteristically besieged with rain, mudslides and mountain snowstorms, 20th Century Fox’s big-budget climatological disaster flick, The Day After ... Continue Reading →

Digital-Tutors Lends Disaster Relief

Software training company Digital Tutors is literally giving the shirt off its back to help provide much-needed aid for the areas of Southeast Asia devastated by last month’s ... Continue Reading →

GDC Awards Accepting Noms

Nominations are open for the 5th Annual Game Developers Choice Awards, to be presented on March 9 at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) at the Moscone West Convention Center in San ... Continue Reading →

Popeye Makes National Film Registry

Everyone’s favorite spinach-swilling sailor man got some due respect when Librarian of Congress James H. Billington recently announced his annual selection of 25 motion pictures ... Continue Reading →

Incredibles, Polar, Spidey Sound Off for Oscar

With so many eye-popping visuals to keep viewers occupied, it’s easy to overlook the great sound featured today’s animated and vfx-driven motion pictures. It’s good ... Continue Reading →

Cartoons on the Bay Calls for Entries

Organizers of the ninth annual Cartoons on the Bay festival in Positano, Italy, have issued a call for entries. The International TV animation exhibition and competition is open to ... Continue Reading →

Triplets in Osborne’s Classic Film Fest

Sylvian Chomet’s animated masterpiece, Triplets of Belleville, has been selected to screen at this year’s Robert Osborne’s Classic Film Festival, to be held Jan. 27-30 ... Continue Reading →

Incredibles Wins Over D.C. Critics

Just days after the Los Angeles Film Critic’s Association picked Disney/Pixar’s The Incredibles as Best Animated Film of the year, The Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics ... Continue Reading →