• Features

    When Worlds Collide

    When Worlds Collide

    Hybrid movies carry on a tradition of innovation as reality, 2D, CG, and classic hand drawing unite.

  • Features

    All in the Family

    All in the Family

    Boss Baby: Back in Business Director Tom McGrath talks about keeping ideas fresh, creating new technology, and his desire to be a child’s first movie.

  • Features

    How to Market Yourself Online

    How to Market Yourself Online

    Recruiters, showrunners, directors, producers, and other hiring managers weigh in on the best ways to promote your talents and skills online.

  • Features

    Production Untamed

    Production Untamed

    The story of a young girl’s relationship with a wild stallion, Spirit Untamed is a cinematic movie that gives a healthy nod to the Old West while forging its own style.

  • Features

    Finding the right balance between humor, darkness, and emotion was a major goal for those working on The Mitchells vs. The Machines.

    Embracing Imperfection

    The Mitchells Vs. The Machines is a funny and surprisingly tender movie that explores the many roles technology plays in our lives.

  • After Hours

    Each poster is credited as being created by the youth, whose names are withheld for privacy, and designed by the artist. Creators and artists (from left): Ali Strong by by A. (age 21) and Danny Ducker. Kyree the Hulk by K. (age 4) and Julia Srednicki. Supergirl G by G. (age 4) and Danny Ducker.

    Everyday Heroes

    TAG artists use their talents to help youth with serious illnesses and special needs discover their inner superheroes.

  • Art & Craft

    ARTIST: Grace "Grey" Chen TITLE: Sunset on Flower MEDIUM: Digital SIZE: 12” x 5.5”

    Painting With Light

    Temporary creative burnout caused Grace “Grey” Chen to put what remaining energy she had into peaceful experiences outside of work and art.

  • After Hours

    Best Shot

    Best Shot

    TAG and the Pasadena chapter of the NAACP have collaborated on posters promoting the COVID-19 vaccine to local African Americans.

  • Frame x Frame

    Notes to Self

    Notes to Self

    A life-changing moment inspired Christopher Vigil to write Surf Dudes, a kids book that gave him hope and liberated his creative spirit.

  • The Climb

    Ito in front of a mural she painted on the outside of the original location of Q Pop, a Japanese toy store and pop art gallery in Little Tokyo. After the building was sold, the mural was removed.

    The Power of Persistence

    Storyboard artist, writer, and director Elizabeth Ito shares how her personal journey has shaped her career.

  • In Production

    Glen Keane as “Trash Truck Grandpa”, Henri Keane as “Hank” in Episode 1 of “Trash Truck”  NETFLIX © 2020

    From Trash to Treasure

    Max Keane discusses the inspiration behind his new animated preschool show Trash Truck.

  • On the Job

    Marvel Comics' Spider-Gwen

    Model Solution

    Before an object or character can be animated, it has to be built in a computer-generated environment. Three modelers share the unique art and techniques of this craft.

  • On the Job

    RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET - Storyboard art by Story Artist Luis Logam.

    Story Tellers

    Storyboard artists help weave a tale through images. Here, we speak to three artists on what drew them to the craft and how they stay inspired.

  • In Production

    The iconic character, Sam I Am

    Hand-Drawn Ham

    The new Green Eggs and Ham show transforms 50 words into an epic journey.

  • On the Job

    Timing is Everything

    Timing is Everything

    What exactly do timing directors do? And what is an exposure sheet? We talked with three industry pros to find out more about the job.

  • Artist Spotlight

    Animation Artist Spotlight: Bryan Bae

    Animation Artist Spotlight: Bryan Bae

    Prop/EFX and character designer Bryan Bae discusses being deaf/HoH (hard-of-hearing), his gratitude for those who have supported his animation career, and how he works with TAG’s group for Deaf, Disabled, and Neurodiverse (DDNV) to help individuals with disabilities feel safe and supported.

  • Artist Spotlight

    Animation Artist Spotlight: Fury Galluzzi

    Animation Artist Spotlight: Fury Galluzzi

    Italian-raised Design Supervisor Fury Galluzzi discusses the importance of being trusted on the animation job, giving voice to the voiceless, and supporting a strong, organized workforce.

  • Artist Spotlight

    Andy Garner-Flexner

    Andy Garner-Flexner

    As a co-founder of the Queer TAG Committee, Andy Garner-Flexner hopes that his work will give those who are young, lost, and confused in their identity something that says, “You’re not alone, and you’ll find your place.”

  • Artist Spotlight

    Ryan Crego used his love of old-fashioned animated musicals to propel the story of an idealistic alligator-boy in search of his long-lost father.

    Pure of Heart

    Having nurtured the concept of a half-alligator/half-boy for ten years, director Ryan Crego found his creation a home at Netflix in Arlo the Alligator Boy. Here, he shares how his ideas evolved, why music is essential to his story, and why optimism is so important—especially now.

  • Final Note

    Ruthie shares a laugh with Walt Disney.

    Remember All the Good Things

    At 110, spunky Ruthie Tompson is a poker player, Disney Legend, and trailblazing artist.

  • The Local

    A sampling from the Showrunner Training Series, Fazal, Hollingsworth, and Hoang represent a few of the types of jobs showrunners work with.

    Showrunner Training Series

    Presented by TAG’s Writers’ Craft Committee, the Showrunner Training Series features interviews with people in various roles a showrunner might interact with during the course of a production.

  • The Local

    Jean Hersholt and Mary Pickford at the 1942 groundbreaking ceremony for the Motion Picture Country House, which would become the anchor of the Wasserman Campus in Woodland Hills.

    100 Years of Service

    Celebrating its 100th anniversary, the Motion Picture & Television Fund will receive the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award—the first such Oscar for an organization in the award’s history.

  • The Local

    Members of the Color Designers Committee show their support for their #ColorIsDesign initiative.

    Common Ground

    TAG’s “better together” ethos is enriched by its many volunteer-run committees.

  • The Local

    A Weingarten Rights card can be downloaded from The Animation Guild website. (See Additional Resources below.)

    Ensuring Fair Treatment

    If you’re worried questions from a supervisor might lead to discipline or even firing, Weingarten Rights protect you from being questioned alone. This this article breaks down what they are and how they work.

  • The Local

    Get to Know Jupey

    Get to Know Jupey

    Hailing from Minnesota, Jupey moved to Los Angeles in 2002 and within weeks landed a job at The Animation Guild.

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