Monthly Archives: September 2017

‘Lila’s Book,’ Colombia’s First Animated Feature Directed By A Woman, Opens Today

“Lila’s Book” is a movie of firsts. We take an in-depth look inside this new Colombian production. The post ‘Lila’s Book,’ Colombia’s First Animated Feature Directed By A Woman, Opens Today appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

It’s Official: ‘Teen Titans Go!’ Is Headed To Movie Theaters

Warner Bros. will bring the DC superhero team to the bigscreen in 2018. The post It’s Official: ‘Teen Titans Go!’ Is Headed To Movie Theaters appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

The Star gets PG rating, gets pushed back a week

Sony Pictures Animation’s The Star has been rated PG for “mild thematic elements,” Box Office Mojo is reporting. In addition, the film has been pushed back a week from its original release date, and will now open on November 17th instead of November 10th. This will put the movie directly against the mega-anticipated Justice League, […]

Why 1930s animation continues to grip our culture

Live-action remake of Your Name on the way from J.J. Abrams

If You Are Thinking Of Starting An Animation Career In L.A., You NEED To Read This Comic

Every student interested in an L.A. animation career absolutely has to read this. The post If You Are Thinking Of Starting An Animation Career In L.A., You NEED To Read This Comic appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Iran’s Animation Industry Holds First-Ever Tehran Cartoon Sessions

A look inside a unique event in Iran to exchange information and knowledge about animation production techniques. The post Iran’s Animation Industry Holds First-Ever Tehran Cartoon Sessions appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Aardman Launches New Youtube Hub Aardboiled

Aardman needs to do more than make a Youtube channel if it wants to support independent creators and producers. The post Aardman Launches New Youtube Hub Aardboiled appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Lego Ninjago Movie tops TV advertising despite underwhelming box office

DuckTales team talks reboot, staying true to the original, voice cast and more