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Euro Animated Films Offer “Darker” Art House Alternative to Hollywood, Exec Says

Mathias Noschis of London film marketing firm Alphapanda says animated films like 'Vincent' and 'My Life as a Zucchini' have global appeal.

‘My Life as a Zucchini’ Director Developing Two Projects

Aardman co-founder Peter Lord also participated on an animation directors panel Wednesday at FMX in Stuttgart, Germany.

Oscars: How Animators Brought an Optimistic Bunny and a Muscular Demigod to Life

The filmmakers behind all the nominees — from 'Zootopia' to 'Moana' — reveal what they most enjoy about their job and the secrets behind their star characters.

Annie Awards Preview: What to Know About the Animation Community’s Big Night

'Zootopia' and 'Kubo and the Two Strings' are among the contenders for best animated feature.

Oscars: Indies ‘My Life as a Zucchini,’ ‘The Red Turtle’ Make the Cut in a Crowded Animated Feature Race

They're nominated alongside 'Zootopia,' 'Moana' and 'Kubo and the Two Strings.'

Winter Snowscapes, as Created by 4 Hollywood Production Designers

The designers behind 'Fantastic Beasts,' 'Manchester by the Sea,' 'My Life As a Zucchini' and 'Zootopia' describe their snow scenes.

Will Forte, Ellen Page Join ‘My Life as a Zucchini’ English Language Voice Cast

Nick Offerman and Amy Sedaris also sign on to the project.

Oscars: Nine Films Advance in Foreign-Language Race

Germany's 'Toni Erdmann' made the cut, but Frances' 'Elle' failed to secure a slot.

Golden Globes: Animated Feature Nominees Discuss Audience Responses

"I don't think audiences were expecting to see this in an animated film," director Byron Howard says of how 'Zootopia' addresses discrimination.

GKIDS Acquires ‘My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea’

The comedy from graphic novelist Dash Shaw is scheduled for a spring 2017 release.

‘My Life as a Zucchini’: How a Swiss Stop-Motion Animated Film Became a Major Awards Contender

Claude Barras' film, set in a foster care center, presents a kid's-eye view of the world — but the director refuses to patronize his pint-size protagonists.