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Animation (Movie Genre)

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  • Best picture Oscar contenders often break the genre film barrier

    There is a long-running misconception that members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences love only underdog biopics, literary adaptations and anything in which Meryl Streep speaks with an accent. But if you look at the list of the 500-plus...
  • Welcome to a land of enchantment in 'Over the Garden Wall'

    Welcome to a land of enchantment in 'Over the Garden Wall'
    The first thing to say about Patrick McHale's Cartoon Network miniseries "Over the Garden Wall," after noting that it is beautiful to behold and worth the while of anyone interested in contemporary animation, is that it has been made in a two-dimensional,...
  • Without Pixar, the Feature Animation Oscar Race is Open But Confusing

    Feature animation offers one of the most confusing awards races this year. And that's really saying something. For one thing, Pixar, the category's answer to the New York Yankees, doesn't have a 2014 release -- the first year that's occurred since the...
  • Technicolor's Major Milestones After 100 Years of Innovation

    1915: The Beginning MIT graduates Herbert Kalmus, Daniel Frost Comstock and W. Burton Westcott used the success of their first business venture - the chemical process development firm Kalmus, Comstock and Westcott - to build upon Kalmus' prediction that...
  • Technicolor's President of Production Services Touts Integrity, Freedom in Creative Process

    NBC founder David Sarnoff coined "Sarnoff's Law," which states that the value of a broadcast network is proportional to its number of viewers. If David Sarnoff's grandson, Tim Sarnoff, were to decree his own law, it might be: "The art and science of...
  • Box Office: 'Interstellar,' 'Big Hero 6′ Eye Record-Breaking Weekend

    "Interstellar" and "Big Hero 6" collide at the multiplexes this weekend, igniting one of the fiercest box office battles of the year. Both films are eyeing debuts in the $55 million range, with "Big Hero 6" maintaining a slight advantage. Some analysts...
  • 20 Animated Movies to Vie for Oscar

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Tuesday that 20 animated features have been submitted for consideration in the category for the 87th Academy Awards. The submitted features are "Big Hero 6" (pictured above), "The Book of Life,"...
  • Global Screen Takes World Rights to 3D Toon 'Marnie' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Global Screen has picked up worldwide distribution rights to the 3D animation feature "Marnie's World," and will start selling the title at AFM. Toon is directed by German twins Christoph and Wolfgang Lauenstein. "Marnie's World" tells the story of...
  • 'Big Hero 6' director Don Hall talks video games

    GamerHub.tv Disney and Marvel have collaborated on the very first computer animated movie, "Big Hero 6." Don Hall, the director of the film at Walt Disney Animation Studios, utilized brand new computer technology to bring this origin super hero gang...
  • Donald Sutherland Reflects on Long Run of Success, Looks to 'Snowy' Future

    In a career that spans six decades, Donald Sutherland has traversed all mediums and genres, thanks to talent, preparation and, by his own admission, sheer luck. He discovered the extent of his latest professional good fortune about three years ago in, of...
  • In 'Big Hero 6' a huggable robo-hero pops up in the future

    The new animated action-adventure "Big Hero 6" might sound like more of the same Marvel-inspired superhero stuff already saturating movie theaters with its flashy 3-D animation and futuristic nerd kids doing their world saving in bright plastic-plated...