Issue No. 294
The directors of The Addams Family discuss their new animated version of the beloved comic.
The team at DreamWorks Animation looks back at 25 years of beloved characters and artistic achievements.
Nickelodeon’s Loud House spinoff, The Casagrandes, spotlights a loving, multi-generational Mexican-American family.
GenndyTartakosvky digs into the fossil record of his new Adult Swim series, Primal.
Tony Hale and Eric Fogel reveal the secret recipe for their wonderful new series, Archibald’s Next Big Thing.
Producer Brad Graeber discusses his hot new VIZ/Netflix series Seis Manos, which is billed as the streamer’s first anime set in Mexico.
The new animated series Treasure Trekkers uses Unity to tell the stories of three globe-trotting mice as they hunt for lost treasures around the world.
Ireland’s Brown Bag Films celebrates a quarter century of creating charming, quality animated projects for young viewers all over the globe.
We take the pulse of animation in the U.K. as the country reels from a tumultuous summer.
Top animation development execs offer tips on the subtle art of pitching your series ideas.
MIPCOM Market News Round-Up: The latest pre-market updates, plus an indie producer’s POV from industry vet David Michel.
A who’s who of the industry will gather at the Garland Hotel in N. Hollywood for next month’s World Animation and VFX Summit.
Animation Is Film is back with another weekend packed with screenings of the best indie movies and making-of panels.
VFX master Allen Maris discusses the beautifully con- structed visuals of James Gray’s new sci-fi pic Ad Astra.