Issue No. 295
Disney goes beyond the kingdom of Arendelle and digs deeper into Elsa’s powers in the much- anticipated Frozen sequel.
Director Jérémy Clapin discusses the challenges and rewards of directing his critically acclaimed first feature I Lost My Body.
China’s acclaimed CG-animated feature White Snake slithers to U.S. screens this month, thanks to a limited release via distributor GKIDS.
How Dr. Seuss’ beloved Green Eggs and Ham became an inventive, 13-part animated series, which debuts this month on Netflix.
Writer/exec producer Nicole Dubuc discusses her new Disney Junior series The Rocketeer, which centers on a young girl with a flying rocket-pack.
The Gold Rush: Surveying the 2019 animated feature Oscar race.
The View from the Top: Some of the year’s top feature directors discuss their favorite scenes and their take on the animation scene today.
The talented team behind the award-winning French student short Hors Piste looks back at a phenomenal year.
Siqi Song talks about her award-winning stop- motion short Sister and animation’s ability to bridge cultures and create understanding.
Here are 14 awesome animated movies we are excited to see next year
Oscar-nominated director Theodore Ushev’s The Physics of Sorrow is hailed as a masterpiece both for its poetic subject matter and its novel use of melted beeswax as animation medium.
Director Matthew Cherry and producer Karen Toliver discuss the making of their delightful and trailblazing short Hair Love.
Bringing back Maleficent for her second live- action feature adventure proved to be even more visually challenging than the first outing.
Tech Reviews:Foundry’s Nuke 12, Reallusion’s Cartoon Animator 4.0, Ziva 1.6 & 1.7.