Monthly Archives: April 2010

Animation Tag Attack

Animation Tag Attack is an ‘exquisite corpse’ animated short being made by artists from around the globe. Thus far, artists from Denmark, New Zealand and Israel have contributed. Each artist is allotted one month to complete their portion of the film, and sequences are posted online as soon as they’re completed. I’m not familiar with […]

Web Designer Volunteer Help Needed

We will be discontinuing our Blogger service in the next day or two and migrating to WordPress. We are expecting that all of the articles will be carried across, but we will be losing our custom page template. Is there anyone who has some time in the next few days to help me cobble together […]

Saturday Morning Cartoons 1980s Collection V1: We Wanted Hits (DVD Bonus Clip)

Saturday Morning Cartoons 1980s Collection Volume 1 is available to order now from Share this article with others:

Annies online!

Those unable to make the annual Annie Awards earlier this year will be animated by this welcome piece of news: the 37th awards ceremony, with featured highlights including host William Shatner, a special tribute to Roy Disney, and Winsor McCay recipients Jeffrey Katzenberg, Tim Burton and Bruce Timm, is now available to view online at […]

Animated genre types are Drawn Together for their movie debut

The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie!, the first animated film based on Comedy Central’s long-running adult “reality show” series, premiered to a packed house at the Anaheim ComicCon last Friday (April 17), ahead of its debut today on DVD (and as a BestBuy Blu-ray exclusive) from Comedy Central and Paramount Home Entertainment. A full press […]

The Paintings of Peregoy at Suspended Animation

The Suspended Animation Gallery, the online art collection produced by Disney animation artists to reflect their own personal inspirations in works created in their own choice of medium, has announced their latest artist addition: Walt Peregoy, best known for his work on 101 Dalmatians, but also notable for his contributions to Peter Pan, Lady and […]

Disney Legend Floyd Norman writes (and talks) about his Animated Life

What was it like to work at the Walt Disney Studio in the nineteen fifties, be in the apprenticeship program with the Nine Old Men, and maybe even attend story meetings with the Old Maestro himself? Disney animator, artist, storyman and Disney Legend Floyd Norman spent nearly fifty years in Walt’s magic factory helping create […]

Shrek 1, 2 and 3-D

Announcing plans to convert the DreamWorks Shrek series to 3D format for release on Blu-ray Disc, Jeffrey Katzenberg has discussed the future of three dimensional movie viewing at the NAB convention in Las Vegas. Share this article with others:

How to Train Your Dragon reclaims top spot‎

Variety reports that DreamWorks animation’s animated flick How to Train Your Dragon catapulted back into first place at the U.S. box-office this weekend edging out Lionsgate’s superhero actioner Kick-Ass. With an estimated $20 million take this weekend, the 3D toon bounced back to the top spot after four weeks in release. The toon has grossed […]

Mighty Mouse movie back in development

According to the LA Times, a Mighty Mouse movie is once again in the works at Paramount, though the studio is still looking for a writer and director for the flick. A Mighty Mouse movie has been in development at the studio for several years, with many different writers attempting to craft a script for […]