The Animation World Network is the largest animation-related publishing group on the Internet, providing readers from over 151 countries with a wide range of interesting, relevant and helpful information pertaining to all aspects of animation. Covering areas as diverse as animator profiles, independent film distribution, commercial studio activities, licensing, CGI and other animation technologies, as well as in-depth coverage of current events in all fields of animation, AWN gives its readers an easy to navigate, visually and intellectually creative mechanism to electronically access a wealth of information previously unavailable anywhere in the world.
Since launching on July 15, 1996, IndieWire has grown into the leading news, information and networking site for independent-minded filmmakers, the industry and moviegoers alike. Originally conceived as an online forum and newsletter for filmmakers and festivals, IndieWire has grown over the last two decades into a preeminent source for film and television news, reviews, interviews, global festival coverage and more. Our mission has always been to create a platform to deliver news, information and other resources to creators and movie lovers, while facilitating a greater appreciation of independent filmmaking to the masses.
Indy Mogul is the first channel for independent filmmakers. We make videos to help you make better films. Hosted by indie filmmakers Ted Sim and Griffin Hammond, the duo aim to decode the struggles of modern filmmaking, gear comparisons and how to learn about the skills and experiences of influential creatives all around the world and in all aspects — including directors, cinematographers, producers, editors, vfx artists and digital creators. This show is produced by Minh Bui and is a collaborative effort with our incredibly talented guests. If you'd like to participate in the Indy Mogul community, be sure to visit us our official Facebook page and also check out The Indy Mogul Podcast on iTunes.