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Animation Abroad – Motion Pictures’ Pumpkin Reports

by Joshua Baileyon April 14, 2017
With the recent announcement of Invader ZIM‘s return as a television movie, I couldn’t help but ponder how neglected the alien invader sub-genre has been in animated programs. It’s such a fun premise: an alien invader comes to earth, infiltrates society and tries to take over the world while defending themselves from humans who saw […]

Adam Reed on How Spanish Women Led to FX’s “Archer”

by Ed Liuon May 14, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter has spoken with several creators of the FX Network’s top shows to commemorate the network’s 20th anniversary. Archer creator Adam Reed discusses how a trip to Spain while he was in-between shows led to the creation of Archer. Reed planned to walk the 1,000-kilometer Via de la Plata, which runs south-to-north from […]

Briefly: Animated Feature Oscar Rules Change; Spanish Animation Growing Globally; “Hero of Color City” at Cannes

by Ed Liuon May 20, 2013
Variety reports a change in the rules for the Best Animated Feature Film Academy Award that one recipient will be a producer on the winning film. Typically, two people are given the award, with the new rules stating that one be a producer and the other a director “and/or key creative individual.” In the event […]