The VIEW Conference has announced its first slate of speakers for its 2021 edition.
The film debuts on Netflix on August 6.
Ilze Burkovksa-Jacobsen explains how she drew on her experience of an oppressive regime to make her Oscar-qualified feature.
The studio’s next film will be released in April 2022.
“We hope he inspires kids watching to be 347% of themselves in their own way, too,” says executive producer Tom Warburton.
The manga has been published online in English and can be read for free.
“Inu-Oh” will premiere at Venice in September, “Mad God” at Locarno in August.
Read the text of a letter that current and former Activision Blizzard employees sent to company management.
Folman wanted to tell Anne’s well-known story “to the youngest audience I could.”
Cartoonito will launch on HBO Max and Cartoon Network in the fall.
Pascal-Alex Vincent’s Cannes-playing documentary is a well-crafted primer on Kon’s career and works.
The character’s ethnicity has been reimagined for an upcoming “Scooby-Doo” spin-off. Not all fans are happy.
Director Greg Franklin tells us how the project started, what was tricky about animating Notaro’s jokes, and why he went experimental on a segment about Eddie Van Halen.
“A studio should not have its twenty-something girls crying in the bathroom, doing all-nighters,” says Joan Chung.
The sequel is directed by Amp Wong, one of the co-directors of “White Snake.”
The festival will also host the world premiere of a documentary about Tippett, directed by his daughter.
The unit is at work on cg fantasy feature “Igraine the Brave,” based on a book by acclaimed children’s writer Cornelia Funke.
“We’re super excited about animation, which is my first love,” says Victoria Alonso, Marvel’s executive vp of film production.