|Subsidiary of HandMade Films|
|Headquarters||New York City, New York, USA|
Animation Collective was an American animated cartoon studio formed in 2003. The studio was based in New York City and was founded by Larry Schwarz. It was best known for its internet and television series using Adobe Flash, Maya and other software.
In October 2009, the studio was bought out by HandMade Films, the company that produced Monty Python's Life of Brian and Planet 51. It continued to produce content under their company. They were offering bids for the proposed series Jolly Rabbit and HTDT.
In 2012, Schwarz and others in the administrative office changed the studio's name to Larry Schwarz And His Band, as a way to start fresh. This effectively ended Animation Collective's run by name, although all the same employees still worked in the same office. The rights for the pitches and pilots for Jolly Rabbit and HTDT were transferred under the new title, as well as new shows Team Toon and Alien Dawn. Handmade Films currently owns the rights to Animation Collective's library.
As of 2014, its last office is now closed.
- Chubby Butter (for AOL)
- Dancing Sushi (Kappa Mikey spin-off for Nicktoons)
- Ellen's Acres (for Cartoon Network)
- Kappa Mikey (for Nicktoons)
- Kung Fu Academy (for KOL)
- Leader Dog (for Nicktoons)
- Princess Natasha (for KOL)
- SKWOD (for KOL)
- Three Delivery (for Nicktoons)
- Thumb Wrestling Federation (for Nicktoons) (live-action)
- Tortellini Western (for Nicktoons)
- Wulin Warriors (for Cartoon Network) (puppet) (English dub)
- The Cheesy Adventures of Captain Mac A. Roni (DVD release of pilot for Daystar Television Network)
- The Incredible Crash Dummies (for FOX Kids)
- FoxBox website
- Johnson and Johnson 'Touching Bond' webisodes
- Speed Racer: The Next Generation (for Nicktoons)
- Speed Racer: The Next Generation Season 2 (for Nicktoons), with Toonz Entertainment
- Eloise in Africa (for HandMade Films) 
- HTDT (unaired test pilot)
- Jolly Rabbit (for BBC Three, Disney)
Under Larry Schwarz And His Band
- Team Toon (originally for Cartoon Network Europe but ended up airing on Kix)
- Alien Dawn (for Nicktoons)
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