Life Is the Bubbles
The show-stopping musical number is a triumph of photoreal animation. Director Rob Marshall explains how they pulled it off.
Getting Animated
You thought "Into the Spider-Verse" was mind-blowing? That was just the setup.
Breaking the Ice
Twenty years after its cancellation, "Clone High" gets resurrected with new showrunners, a freshened look, and minus one student (sorry, Gandhi).
Girl on Fire
The fiery Ember (Leah Lewis) represents Pixar's most fully simulated character: a combination of physics and cartoony appeal, requiring new tools for rigging and performance.
Supervising director Colin Heck discusses animating Netflix's adult comedy from sitcom writers Robert Carlock, Sam Means, and Tina Fey.
With "I Am Your Mother," director Magdalena Osinska takes Aardman into the "Star Wars" universe with British wit, stop-motion prowess, and girl power.
Cartoon Saloon co-founder Paul Young turns director with "Screecher's Reach" and embraces "Star Wars" with an Irish twist.
Aardman, Cartoon Saloon, and a host of other international animation powerhouses join the Disney+ anthology.
Showrunner Rob Hoegee told IndieWire about trusting in the strength of the story and the subtleties of the animation to engage young viewers in Arnold Lobel's beloved characters.
Tartakovsky discusses his pivot to action comedy, taking "Primal" in a new direction," and tackling an R-rated comedy with "Fixed."
Director Aster and animation producer Jorge Cañada Escorihuela explain how they pulled off the handmade look of the pivotal stop-motion.
The massive 2011 earthquake in Japan inspired Shinkai to make this coming-of-age drama, suffused with surprising humor.
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