Tag: Animation

Animated Google Doodle shows up in homescreen search widget and Discover feed

Doodles are becoming one of the rare manifestations of Google’s funky side. With the company becoming more serious and losing its witty approach to things, Doodles still remind us, from time to time, that there is still a playful child hiding inside that grown-up adult. But many Android users don’t notice the genius behind the […]

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Watch all the Winning Films and Videos in our 2018 Booooooom TV Awards!

Over the past year we highlighted another 800 films and videos on Booooooom TV, bringing the total to over 3,500 articles on our platform spotlighting noteworthy projects from creators around the world. Shoutout to the 160,000+ people following our Booooooom Vimeo Channel, and shoutout to Vimeo for asking for us to help judge Vimeo’s Best of the Year […]

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The Best Adult Animated Series On Netflix Right Now

Paramount Good news guys, cartoons aren’t just for kids anymore. Over the last few years, Netflix has jumped on board the animated series trend, churning out comedies, kids shows, and anime at a rate that makes us seriously question the need for anything live-action these days. Along with some critically […]

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‘Animaniacs’ Could Help Us Transcend These Dark Times

There was a moment in the 90s when animated programming was at the forefront of popular culture. Reagan’s deregulation of the laws surrounding advertising and children’s broadcasting ushered in a glut of commercials-turned-cartoons like Transformers, He-Man, My Little Pony, and GI Joe. In response came a wave of creator-driven animated […]

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More Than 200 Artists Remade ‘Shrek’ Scene-by-Scene and Boy It Looks Weird

There’s a new Shrek remake coming down the pipeline. We’re not talking about Shrek 5, the mysterious reboot that some speculate will be directed by Guillermo del Toro. We mean Shrek Retold, a feature-length, shot-for-shot reimagining that will transform the original script into something wholly new—and, from the looks of […]

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The Puzzle We Call Being: Walt Whitman on Listening to the Song of Existence, Animated

“Every atom in creation may be said to be acquainted with and married to every other,” the great naturalist John Muir wrote as he contemplated the interconnectedness of the universe not long after Walt Whitman issued his timeless, exquisite reminder that “every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you.” And yet, Muir recognized, […]

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We Grow Accustomed to the Dark: Emily Dickinson’s Stunning Ode to Resilience, Animated

A timeless serenade to finding light amid the “Evenings of the Brain.” By Maria Popova How do we survive the unsurvivable? What is that inextinguishable flame that goes on flickering in the bleak, dark chamber of our being when something of vital importance has been lost? “All your sorrows have been wasted on you if […]

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“No Blue Without Yellow” by Artist Maciek Janicki

San Francisco-based artist and animator Maciek Janicki takes us into the world of Vincent van Gogh with his latest short film. Created in partnership with the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, “No Blue Without Yellow” offers an immersive 3D tour, constructed using sampled paintings from consequential times in the renowned artist’s life. Click here for […]

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Booooooom TV Best of the Week: Music Videos, Short Films & Animation

A round-up of our favourite videos featured on Booooooom TV. This week’s selection includes an eclectic mix of styles and concepts that, whether serious or light-hearted, deceptively simple or blatantly complex, are all perfect examples of visionary artists excelling at their craft!

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Collider Kids Exclusive: ‘Spirit Riding Free’ Season 6 Trailer Teases All-New Adventures

Here at Collider, we cover a lot of stuff, be it Star Wars, superheroes, or cinephile fare, and everything from movies and TV, to video games and web series. There’s something for everyone. But there’s so much stuff out there that sometimes our younger audience members get left out. So every once in a while, we’d like […]

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New Footage for Ralph Breaks the Internet Races Online, Brings More Disney Princesses

Ralph, Vanellope, and Gal Gadot’s racer. Also, a cookie. Image: Disney Trailer FrenzyA special place to find the newest trailers for movies and TV shows you’re craving.   Ralph and Vanellope are in for a ride. Yesterday, we found out that Gal Gadot was playing an online street racer in Ralph Breaks the Internet, along with […]

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This Week in Animation: GKIDS to Bring ‘Perfect Blue’ to Theaters This September

In This Week in Animation News, I’ll take a look at the previous week in the world of animation in order to get you caught up on everything you might have missed. It’s your one-stop shop for news regarding cartoons, anime, and animated web series. We’re talking movies, TV shows, digital shorts, and everything in between! […]

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‘The Death of Superman’ Blu-ray Review: DC’s Shining Symbol of Hope Never Looked So Good

The Death of Superman is a story that’s almost as well-known as the title superhero’s origin story itself. DC Comics fans saw it play out in the pages of an epic crossover event in the early 90s, followed by a multitude of adaptations that included novelizations, video games, and multiple movie treatments. While the clash […]

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Collider Kids: Sesame Workshop’s New Series ‘Esme & Roy’ Debuts This Month on HBO

Here at Collider, we cover a lot of stuff, be it Star Wars, superheroes, or cinephile fare, and everything from movies and TV, to video games and web series. There’s something for everyone. But there’s so much stuff out there that sometimes our younger audience members get left out. So every once in a while, we’d like […]

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This Week in Animation: Watch Rooster Teeth’s RTX 2018 Online Courtesy of Mixer

In This Week in Animation News, I’ll take a look at the previous week in the world of animation in order to get you caught up on everything you might have missed. It’s your one-stop shop for news regarding cartoons, anime, and animated web series. We’re talking movies, TV shows, digital shorts, and everything in between! […]

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Watch: New ‘gen:LOCK’ Teaser Reveals Mecha Action and David Tennant’s Character

Today at RTX Austin, Rooster Teeth’s annual fandom convention, Gray G. Haddock, Head of Rooster Teeth Animation and showrunner for the upcoming anime-style series gen:LOCK, announced the Rooster Teeth voice cast for the show, and released a second teaser that features David Tennant voicing the character “Doc” for the first time. But you don’t have […]

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