Scenes from the New European Renaissance

Innovation and creativity in the feature space is alive and well at the 15th edition of Cartoon Movie in France. A Spanish 3D blockbuster about an Indiana Jones-type adventurer (Tad, ... Continue Reading →

N.Y. Intl. Children’s Fest. Unveils Stellar Lineup

The organizers of this year’s New York International Children’s Festival have unveiled an A-list line-up of acclaimed animated features from all over the world scheduled to screen ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Movie to Spotlight 55 Animated Pics

The annual Cartoon Movie event has lined up a rich slate of programs for this year’s edition, which will be held in Lyon, France, March 6-8. The 2013 schedule includes premiere screenings ... Continue Reading →

Lee’s ‘Adam and Dog’ Shines During Award Season

Minkyu Lee discusses his Annie-winning, Oscar-nominated, Genesis-themed short Adam and Dog. Companionship between humans and animals is an oft-explored concept in the film world, no ... Continue Reading →

14 Features to Look For in 2013

If you think 2012 was a good year for animated movies, wait until you find out what the new year has in store for us. Of course, the accuracy of our little list of animated pics waiting ... Continue Reading →

Teleclub Nabs JUNIOR Rights for Switzerland, Liechtenstein

Studio100′s German language JUNIOR Channel will be broadcast over premium pay TV channel Teleclub in Switzerland and Liechtenstein as part of a new deal as Teleclub, a subsidiary ... Continue Reading →

French Studio 2D/3D Launches Oceans e-Game

Angouleme, France-based animation studio 2d3D has created a new customizable video postcard to promote the upcoming social game Oceans, the Game. The game will be released in the spring ... Continue Reading →

‘Pinocchio’ to Open Venice Days

The independently run branch of the Venice Film Festival known as Venice Days will open on August 30 with the long-awaited 2D animated feature, Pinocchio, directed by Italy’s Enzo ... Continue Reading →

Del Toro to Co-Direct Henson’s ‘Pinocchio’

After many months of unconfirmed rumors, Guillermo Del Toro has made it official. He will be co-directing Henson’s upcoming stop-motion adaptation of Pinocchio, with Mark Gustafson ... Continue Reading →

Disney’s Naughty Bits, Real and Imagined

Just when you start to think the old rumors about hidden dirty jokes in Disney animated features have died down, they get passed on to a new generation. This was proven to me recently ... Continue Reading →