Folman wanted to tell Anne’s well-known story “to the youngest audience I could.”
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Cartoonito will launch on HBO Max and Cartoon Network in the fall.
The compositing tool was used in every shot in the film — the first fully cg feature from the fabled Japanese studio.
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.
In other global news, “Belle” has topped the Japanese box office for the second weekend running.
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 game giant has a damaging “frat boy” company culture, says a state agency.
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.
A Iranian monarch visits France in the 19th century. There, he falls for a young actress, and invites her to his country in the hope of winning her heart …
The games will be provided at no additional cost to subscribers.
The company’s mission is to “create innovative animated and live action ‘event entertainment’ for the 21st-century audience.”
The Sony Pictures Animation-produced film has been viewed by 53 million households in its first 28 days of release.
From Mickey to Marvel, Buzz Lightyear to Homer Simpson, Disney is home to a who’s who of animation legends.
Netflix and Disney dominated. Again.
The director of “Belle” says that a lot of anime filmmakers present young women in a way that “has nothing to do with the reality of who they are.”
“The importance of receiving proper credit is relevant for us artists,” says Alvarez. “It’s our evidence for future and bigger opportunities.”