L.A. Animation Fest Announces Fantastic Lineup

The 3rd Annual Los Angeles Animation Festival will feature the West Coast premiere of Bibo Bergeron’s 3-D feature A Monster in Paris, as well as revivals of The Iron Giant, Team America: ... Continue Reading →

VFX Master Douglas Trumbull to Receive Special Oscar

The Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted the Gordon E. Sawyer Award to Douglas Trumbull, a visionary filmmaker who has worked as a designer, ... Continue Reading →

Spielberg’s ‘Tintin’ Gets Thumbs Up from U.S. Trades

Since Steven Spielberg’s much-anticipated animated feature The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn will be released in Belgium and France on Oct. 26, almost a month before ... Continue Reading →

Disney Celebrates Lion King 3D Premiere

Walt Disney Studios celebrated the stereoscopic 3D re-release of their Oscar and Golden Globe award-winning animated feature The Lion King this Saturday, August 27 at the historic El ... Continue Reading →

New ‘Air Mater’ Short Included with Cars 2 DVD/Blu-ray

Disney Home Ent. will make Pixar’s Cars 2 available on Blu-ray, Combo pack, Blu-ray 3D, DVD and for movie download on Nov. 1, 2011. Among the many bonus features packed with the movie ... Continue Reading →

‘Toy Story 3′ Prompts Virgin’s In-Flight Warning

Pixar’s Oscar-winning 2010 Feature Toy Story 3 tops Virgin Airline’s list of films that require “emotional health warnings” during in-flight screenings. Since last Wednesday, ... Continue Reading →

The Case of the Copycat Concerto

It’s only August, but Oscar chatter is already starting to be heard.  This has reminded me of one particular Oscar-winning cartoon, around which revolves one of the few genuine mysteries ... Continue Reading →

‘Happy Feet 2′ Shows New Steps in Trailer

Happy Feet 2 is ready to shuffle and dance its way back into theaters this November, and Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for the film. Take a look: Written and directed by ... Continue Reading →

Fox, Saldanha Developing Feature for Ferdinand

Ferdinand, the flower-sniffing star of the classic children’s book, may be returning to animation as a CG-animated feature film. According to a report at Vulture, Fox Animation ... Continue Reading →

With 15 Submissions, 3 to Vie for Oscar

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has received 15 submissions for this year’s Best Animated Feature Film category, meaning three films will be nominated for the ... Continue Reading →