A look at The New York Times’ Conception series
In this mini Q&A, we chat with the creators of The New York Times' new Conception series.
Growing a business, the hard way: The expanded post
In this Motionographer Q&A Erica Gorochow chats with James Chambers of Animade and Boords about what it's like running a studio in the ever-changing design… Read more
An interview with Get it Girl
In this Motionographer Q&A, we chat with Get it Girl to find out more about their collective and what some of the best illustrators in… Read more
Crafting engaging personal projects with Thom Haig
In this Motionographer Q&A, we chat with Thom Haig about how he finds inspiration, the importance of personal work, and his new film Other Side.
The future of The Futur
From founding a studio to creating award winning work, Chris Do has worn many hats in his career. In this Q&A we chat with him… Read more
Who is Jonathan Djob Nkondo?
From "worst in his class" at Gobelins to a career making mind-bending work, it's not always been an easy ride for Jonathan Djob Nkondo. Our… Read more
Better together: Wednesday Studio
In this installment of the Better Together series, we chat with Daniela Negrín Ochoa and Iria López of Wednesday Studio on collaboration and what makes… Read more
Greg Sharp, Truba, and The Future
In this Q&A we chat with Greg Sharp about Truba, the new studio he founded with his wife, producer Nina Knežević, and their debut film… Read more
A look at the changing landscape of animation with Johnny Kelly
In this Motionographer Q&A we chat with Johnny Kelly about his recent work "Good Adds Up", a series of personalized films created for Facebook.
A shift in focus with Sebastian Baptista
In this Motionographer Q&A, we take a peek at some of Sebastian Baptista's wonderful new work and chat with him about what he's been up… Read more
Making time for the work that matters most… your own
In this Motionographer exclusive, we chat with Vincent Tsui to find out more about his wonderful new film "Opal Waltz" and to get an insightful… Read more
Boords and the noble quest of making storyboarding better
In this Motionographer exclusive we chat with Tom Judd of Animade on the beginnings of Boords, their new commenting feature, and the balance they strive… Read more
In-house vs. independent with Alex Mapar
There are pros and cons to any situation, especially when comparing the worlds of taking in-house bookings and working directly with the client. In this… Read more
Better Together: Hannah Jacobs and Lara Lee
Better Together is a new idea with the aim of exploring the special chemistry that is formed when people begin to collaborate with one another… Read more
In the hot seat with Joe Ball
Ever wonder what it would be like to be given your big break and have the opportunity to direct a spot for one of our… Read more
Marshall McLuhan, Al Jazeera and Daniel Savage
In this Motionographer Q&A, we chat with Daniel Savage about his new film for Al Jazeera, the growing momentum of visual essays and the need… Read more
In this Motionographer exclusive we sit down with director Erica Gorochow to discuss her new collaborative film "Dear Europe" and what it means to do… Read more
Will winning the lottery make you happy?
Allen Laseter has set the bar quite high on what someone can produce on their own. In this Motionographer Q&A, we find out about the… Read more
A great piece of animation for a great cause and, yes, JJ Abrams did the music?!
"100 years" charts the important story of women's healthcare at Planned Parenthood in a way that only animation can. In this Motionographer feature, we speak… Read more
Insight into the world of look development from one of our industry’s best
Ever wonder how to get past the "valley of suck"? Thankfully, Alex Dingfelder is here to share some insight behind his process and how he… Read more
“June” and how two powerhouses created a masterpiece
It should come as no surprise that when the stars align and John Kahrs and Kevin Dart team up on a project, the results are… Read more
Gunner, their new film “Mesh” and the importance of changing things up
Hailing from Detroit, Gunner is something special. Something that represents a shifting landscape which challenges the status quo and the big studio model: a small… Read more
“Spectacle of the Real” and making the impossible possible
Who better to make the show open for David Blaine's new magic special than our industry's own leading magicians? Stop what you're doing, turn the… Read more
Yes, more Apple films and yes, they’re good!
Apple is no stranger when it comes to good content. While the news of their new hardware may be underwhelming at best there is one… Read more