Monthly Archives: January 2019

Short Pick Of The Day: ‘Art For Lawyers’ by Rory Waudby Tolley

A 9-minute animated documentary made in collaboration with the employees of an international law firm. The post Short Pick Of The Day: ‘Art For Lawyers’ by Rory Waudby Tolley appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

‘Coco,’ ‘Toy Story 3’ Producer Darla Anderson Signs Overall Netflix Deal

Anderson will develop and produce new animated and live-action projects, both feature films and series. The post ‘Coco,’ ‘Toy Story 3’ Producer Darla Anderson Signs Overall Netflix Deal appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

How To Watch The 2019 Annie Awards Livestream Online

The 46th annual Annie Awards will begin at 7 p.m. Pacific on Saturday, February 2, 2019. The post How To Watch The 2019 Annie Awards Livestream Online appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Warner Bros. announces animated DC Super Pets film for summer 2021

Ben Affleck will not be in The Batman; film to focus on younger Bruce Wayne

Short Pick Of The Day: ‘Too Young for a Memoir’ by Case Jernigan

A man plunges into his reservoir of memory, nostalgia, and regret. The post Short Pick Of The Day: ‘Too Young for a Memoir’ by Case Jernigan appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Kevin Smith describes “big” scope of Zack Snyder’s cancelled Justice League trilogy

Meet Tonic DNA, The New Montreal Studio With A 35-Year-Old Legacy

Formerly Studio Pascal Blais, Tonic DNA sets a new course for its future, including more long-form projects. The post Meet Tonic DNA, The New Montreal Studio With A 35-Year-Old Legacy appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Critical Role Art Exhibition and Live Show

In 2015, the Geek & Sundry internet streaming channel launched a show called Critical Role. It would broadcast live the weekly Dungeons & Dragons gaming sessions played by well known animation voice actors. What started two years prior as a home game between Matthew Mercer and his friends of fellow “nerdy ass voice actors” has […]

The Public Domain Is Working Again — No Thanks To Disney

The Walt Disney Company has exploited the public domain while preventing the same opportunities to other artists. The post The Public Domain Is Working Again — No Thanks To Disney appeared first on Cartoon Brew.