Monthly Archives: February 2016

Interview: GLAS Animation Festival Director Jeanette Bonds

“Our primary goal is to broaden and redefine the perception of animation in the US.” The post Interview: GLAS Animation Festival Director Jeanette Bonds appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ Was The Other Big Animation Winner of The Oscars

These adorable animated characters won the Oscars last night — and we’re not talking about Minions. The post ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ Was The Other Big Animation Winner of The Oscars appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Walt Disney apologized for Fantasia in uncovered Oscar speech from 1942

How John Williams brought The Force Awakens to musical life

In this new video released by Disney, the legendary John Williams discusses returning to a galaxy far, far away with his Oscar-nominated score for The Force Awakens. Williams, of course, has composed the music for every live-action Star Wars movie to date.

Kung Fu Panda 3 is now China’s biggest animated movie ever

Zootopia is already a hit internationally

New TV spot for The Jungle Book released

A new TV spot for The Jungle Book has just made its way online. The ad also reveals that tickets for the movie are now on sale.

Blue Sky’s Ferdinand pushed back to July 21st, 2017

The Return Of 2015: Animated Views’ Review Of The Year!

So that was the year that was, as they used to say. And as awards season comes to a close and the hubbub of the biggest ceremony of them all – the Oscars – turns to a reverential hush before talk begins of who may already be in the race for next year, Animated Views […]

Inside Out, Ex Machina, Bear Story win Oscars

Inside Out’s Pete Docter and Jonas Rivera won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature at the 88th Annual Academy Awards. It was Docter’s eighth nomination and second win, and Rivera’s second nomination and first win. PETE DOCTER: “We are so lucky. Not just us, but everyone in this room, because, regardless of a gold man […]