Our exclusive series, detailing the unique production of a very special film, begins with interviewing its producer.
Our exclusive wide-ranging interview focuses on Keane’s new short, touching on dance, music, faith, and the new technologies shaping animation in unimaginable ways.
Our exclusive interview with the creator of the acclaimed web series examines her path from Oz to web stardom.
Editor Terry Rawlings counts many impressive films amongst his credits, including Alien and Blade Runner. Here he talks about his 50-plus year career and his picture cutting debut Watership Down, newly available on Blu-ray.
With the Ninja Turtles back in theaters, Munroe remembers their computer animated film, TMNT, and the epic trilogy that never happened due to studio troubles.
Director Jun Falkenstein maps out the story and artwork for the canceled Treasure Planet 2, in which Jim Hawkins and Silver would have taken on the villainous Ironbeard.
With Brother Bear hitting its 10th anniversary, director Pete Michels and writer Bart Jennett recall making the ultimately-rejected pilot for its TV series spinoff.
In an AV Exclusive, Director Disa recalls why DisneyToons cancelled plans to give Dopey, Grumpy, Sneezy, Doc, Happy, Bashful and Sleepy their own CG-animated franchise.
Director Jimmy Hayward and Reel FX President of Animation Aron Warner offer an exclusive sneak preview of Free Birds, coming to theaters in November.
Muir explains the role of a technical director and reveals the challenges of working on CG characters versus live-action ones, for the Smurfs’ latest theatrical outing.
Véronique Culliford recalls how her father, Peyo, created the original “blue man group” and examines how his legacy continues in The Smurfs 2.
Author Karen Paik explains the creativity and technological advances Pixar used to make the blockbuster prequel and how Monsters, Inc. influenced that development process.
Reece recalls his journey thus far as a screenwriter, having co-penned Disney projects Tin Man of Oz, The Emperor’s Nightingale and Dumbo II.
Director Bibo Bergeron and actress Vanessa Paradis share insight into their critically-acclaimed French hit A Monster in Paris, now available to own on Blu-ray.
In an Animated Views exclusive, Robb Pratt talks Planes, sequels to his visionary Superman fan film – and gives us a sneak peek at Flash Gordon Classic!
Jeremie speaks to Disney historian JB Kaufman about his two new books on Walt Disney’s Snow White, each of which present rare, never before seen artwork and stories from the film’s production!
As SpongeBob prepares to make his stop-motion debut on television this Christmas, Jeremie goes behind the scenes to speak with his new animators!
Storyboard artist Bob Camp recalls how the Looney Tunes and NBA superstar Michael Jordan almost re-teamed for another out-of-this-world game of basketball, against the villainous Berserk-O!
Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Maggie Malone speaks to Jeremie Noyer about the unique approach the visual artists took to the Studio’s latest animated feature.
Sparky returns to screens in Tim Burton’s stop-motion update of his own 1984 live-action featurette and here Jeremie speaks with cinematographer Peter Sorg to see how they brought the visuals to life!
The ParaNorman directors talk stop-motion zombies and other aspects of their new production, including their involvement with The Art and Making of ParaNorman book!
Barry Cook recalls how WDFA-F was to bridge the transition from traditional to CG animation with My Peoples, only to find the project canceled and the studio shut down.
Screenwriting duo Bob and Rob recall Disney’s defunct Circle 7 Animation, where they wrote canceled sequels in the Toy Story and Monsters, Inc. franchises.
With Arthur Christmas now in theaters, Jeremie speaks exclusively with the film’s Supervising Animator Seamus Malone about Aardman’s first collaboration with Sony.
As the new Pooh arrives on disc, Jeremie speaks exclusively with legendary Disney artist Burny Mattinson on how the Studio’s new film compares with Walt’s classics!
As the world revs up for the imminent release of Disney/Pixar’s Cars 2, Jeremie Noyer puts the pedal to the metal to speak exclusively with the film’s screenwriter and Art Of book author Ben Queen!
Jeremie Noyer speaks exclusively with Disney’s Don Hahn, about the continuation of Walt’s musical masterpiece and the new to DVD documentary that paints a picture of life at the Studio in the 1990s.
Jeremie Noyer joins a recent roundtable discussion with the Pixar screenwriter about his approach to the Studio’s latest blockbuster and final chapter in the Toy Story series.
Producer Joe Hale speaks to Jeremie Noyer about making Disney’s darkest animated feature, the epic Black Cauldron, newly released in a 25th Anniversary Edition.
Jeremie Noyer speaks exclusively to Pixar Story Artist Enrico Csarosa about the development of the characters and story for the Studio’s current hit Up, plus a tidbit on Cars 2!
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