Sourcecast Live Episode – 28th February

On 28 February, beginning at 6:00 PM Central time (00:00 GMT), Sourcecast will begin a live streaming event! That’s right: Sourcecast will FINALLY have a Live Episode!


Skul will be hosting, and if you want to appear as a special guest (you don’t have to show your face), you need two things: 1) a working mic, and 2) a Google account (Gmail works). The stream will be hosted on Sourcecast’s YouTube page, and a link will be provided one hour before the stream begins. (I’ll be popping into all the active Shout Boxes at the time to share it, so don’t worry about refreshing this news page to see it.) If you want to bookmark the page, the stream will be here.


What is there to look forward to? On top of our regular content, Skul will also reveal the winner of our current site-wide Frozen contest! That’s right: you get to find out the winner a full DAY before anyone else! On top of that, there will be a 30-minute Q&A session with Skul and whatever guest hosts there happen to be.

Third Annual ASCA winners!

The time has come to announce the winners of the 3rd Annual Animation Source Choice Awards!

Thank you to the 50+ people who voted! It was a vast improvement over last year, and this will help to ensure that the ASCAs are here to stay! You all can probably guess the majority of winners very easily, but in all honesty, there were some categories where the outcome was decided by a margin of five votes or less!

Click the banner above to view the winners of the Animation Source Choice Awards! (They’ll be spelled out to you if you click “Read More” on the news preview.)

Again, it was easy to predict, but “Frozen” came out on top with the most wins of any category, and the only film with multiple wins. It won 7 ASCA awards, including Best Picture and Fan Favorite – which, in the past, have gone to two different films. It also won for Best Original ScreenplayBest Voice Actress (Idina Menzel)Best DirectorBest Score, and Best Original Song (“Let It Go”, which is also up for the Oscar in March). The only losses it had were another Best Voice Actress award for Kristen Bell, and Film Most Likely to Receive a Sequel.

The other “big” winners of this year were Pokemon: Genesect and the Legend Awakened for Best Sequel Screenplay, and Despicable Me 2 for Best Voice Actor (Steve Carell)The Croods won the award for Film Most Likely to Receive a Sequel.

Non-film winners mostly went to the Pokemon franchise, no doubt thanks to its huge X and Y franchise that began releasing last year. Pokemon XY won the award for Best Animated TV Series, and Pokemon X and Y won for Best Animated Video Game. Action film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire won the award for Best Animation in a Live-Action Film, and that’s a wrap!

Again, thanks to everyone for voting! We’ll be back next year with the 4th ASCAs – and with a wonderful upcoming year with films like How to Train Your Dragon 2The Lego Movie, and Big Hero 6, it’ll undoubtedly be another great round of awards!

To learn more about the Animation Source Choice Awards, click here.