Category : Animation

Jake Hollander on embracing challenges in My Wife the Monster

In the My Wife The Monster pilot, a man returns home one evening to discover that his house is shrouded in darkness and filled with mysterious tendrils. He deftly...

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Tonic DNA on the alchemy of 2D, 3D and live-action in Disenchanted

Disney’s Disenchanted picks up a few years after Enchanted‘s conclusion. Giselle, our fairy tale heroine-turned-modern New Yorker, finds that her life with her husband, stepdaughter, and baby is not...

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Justin Lovell on the journey behind The Cloud Train

In Justin Lovell’s upcoming independent short film The Cloud Train, an unexpected foot chase through a futuristic cityscape leads our protagonist to discover more about the world – and...

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Roy el Khawand on the storytelling foundation behind The Throne

The Throne is an animated comedy that mixes the grandeur of medieval fantasy with modern humor through the animated adventures of a knight. Directed and crafted by Roy el...

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Milo Ferguson, Reid Sandlund and Ren Abueg answer: “What’s a Flimpo?”

Have you ever wondered if you have the experience necessary to start an independent animation studio? Studio Flimpo is an independent 2D animation studio located in the New York...

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Witness the unbelievable in Toon Boom Animation’s 2024 Educational Reel

Each year, animation students publish inventive and ground-breaking projects. Beyond a rite of passage, for many animators in the industry a thesis film is their first opportunity to create...

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Mind’s Eye Creative on East African influences in Twende

African storytelling is emerging as a vibrant force in animation, bringing forth tales rooted in both folklore and contemporary life. Among these rising stars is Twende, an animated series...

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Buckle up for Toon Boom Animation’s 2024 Studio Reel

Get ready for an epic ride through the animation industry with Toon Boom Animation 2024 Studio Reel! Every year, we gather the most impressive clips from talented artists and...

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Justin Lovell on hand-drawing animation in Cloud Train

In Justin Lovell’s upcoming indie project Cloud Train, a foot chase through a futuristic cityscape leads our nameless protagonist to learn more about this society – and, perhaps, about...

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Jungwoo Choi on visual development and rigging in The Pest

In Jungwoo Choi’s thesis film The Pest, a Toronto homeowner struggles to outwit a raccoon deadset on eating out of his trash bin. The story is inspired by Toronto’s...

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