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The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation awards grants to films at various stages of development that tackle science and technology themes and characters. This website hosts the only comprehensive database of these 750+ projects and their makers dating back to 1995. The database is sortable by award, granting institution, and scientific subject matter.
The Astoria Studio has been at the heart of filmmaking in New York City since 1920, with a fascinating history integral to the origin of Museum of the Moving Image. A New York City landmark, the Astoria Studio, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2020, is the country’s first motion picture studio to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places, cited for its architectural significance and its extensive role in the history of American cinema.
If you’re a 90s baby, then you remember the excitement of Saturday Morning Cartoons. Nowadays, kids don’t have wait until the weekends for an extra-special lineup of animation. In fact, there are tons of ways to watch some of your favorite cartoons online—whether you’re a kid or a toon-loving grownup. Some are even for free!Cartoons [...]
These entertaining animation classics are the best of an enduring, ever-evolving modern art form. To celebrate the release of Disney/Pixar’s Soul (now streaming on Disney+), we’re bringing you the definitive ranking of the best animated feature films ever. From the hand-drawn masterworks of Walt Disney to modern-day technological wonders from Pixar, Laika and Illumination, we love animated [...]
Netflix is becoming increasingly known for its original content that spans everything from The Queen’s Gambit and Bridgerton to The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Space Force, and #BlackAF. But did you know the streaming platform is also working on expanding its animated library as well? And we don’t just mean for kids-only, either. Netflix has been adding more [...]