“Free Birds,” the animated pic from Reel FX that Relativity Media will release Nov. 1, will become the first film that Chuck E. Cheese’s has agreed to promote. The marketing milestone is surprising…
Chipotle has stepped up its efforts to entertain customers while promoting its mission to serve sustainably raised food. The Mexican eatery released “The Scarecrow,” on Thursday, as an animated short…
Lincoln has lined up filmmakers for a trio of short films to support the latest element of its “Reimagine Project” to raise awareness of the luxury brand’s new redesigned vehicles. The luxury arm of…
Weeks before the post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller “Snowpiercer” bows in South Korea early next month, an animated prequel has been released online that sets the stage of what happens in the film…
Mark Nickelsburg and Cindy Chupack received the fest's audience award for their film "Harry Grows Up."
Director Destin Cretton’s adolescent drama “Short Term 12” won the grand jury prize for best narrative feature at the South by Southwest Film Festival on Tuesday night. The buzzy SXSW title…
Without uttering a single word, the five Oscar-nominated toon shorts display a stunning range of ingenuity and emotion, repping yet another first-class lineup in one of the least-seen and most…
Winning an Oscar for animated short -- or even earning a nomination -- can lead to a career in features.
Though tiny toons face tough road, creators take opportunity to shine
This year, the nominees offer a more diverse array of frame-by-frame techniques than the features category, which is divided between stop-motion and CG films, all of them in 3D.
The animated short category reflects a broader range of animation sources and styles than its feature counterpart.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- Epic Oscars Mistake: Faye Dunaway, Warren Beatty Announce Wrong Best Picture Winner