MPC’s previs supervisor Duane Floch discusses three different POVs and lots of apes used to create the Colony Attack scene in Matt Reeves’ hit sequel.
Rules MUST be changed when new ideas and innovations arise. Rules that keep us from moving forward are stupid.
'Black Dynamite' co-creator Michael Jai White shares his thoughts on the edgy, action-packed and brilliantly executed Adult Swim animated series Season One DVD.
UPDATE: Textor makes a statement regarding the Florida lawsuit, which he claims is politically motivated. The state of Florida files a lawsuit against former executives of...
Go inside the world’s most technologically sophisticated and utterly endearing stop-motion film studio.
AWN’s The Miscweant attends the opening reception for ‘What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones’ at New York City’s Museum of the Moving Image.
110 films representing 24 countries are selected to compete for the Grand Prize at this year’s Ottawa International Animation Festival running September 17-21.
Monkeys, Mercenaries, Mobsters and Mutant Turtles take over our multiplexes this summer.
The Third Floor supervisor Eric Carney walks us through the previs on Gareth Edwards’ hit reboot of the Japanese classic.
Court documents from the Silicon Valley “Techtopus” wage-fixing cartel class action lawsuit show the involvement of Hollywood studios, including Disney, Pixar and DreamWorks Animation.
The Pimp waxes nostalgically about his early affection for the game of baseball…and shares some baseball-themed animated shorts.
Allan Holly awarded Best in Show for ‘Coda’; Daniel Savage’s ‘Helium Harvey’ wins prize in the Animation for Kids category.
With director Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer still in theaters, the sci-fi feature racks up an impressive $3.8 million over its first two weeks on VOD.
Showcasing 24 animated projects from Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia and beyond that have never before been to market.
Former Entertainment One exec will oversee all aspects of production and programming in the kids & family business, leveraging the company's extensive development and production capabilities while further expanding the division’s strategic partnerships.
Students rely on Xsens MVN for flexible motion capture on-set for short film recently screened at Comic-Con International.
The King of Indie Animation set to debut his latest short film, ‘Footprints,’ during the festival’s Opening Night celebration along with footage from his latest feature, ‘Cheatin’.
London-based production company and animation studio announces the appointment of Judy Hill as Executive Producer in charge of New Business.
Leading visual effects post production studio specializing in high-end commercial finishing appoints Kira Karlstrom as Business Development Executive.
Minneapolis-based creative studio expands its visual effects department with the new hire of VFX artist Patricio Fernandez.
Animated features represented more than 20 percent of the total U.K. box office receipts, generating $419 million in 2013.
Marvel announces a ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ cartoon series that will air on Disney XD, joining ‘Avengers Assemble,’ ‘Ultimate Spider-Man,’ and the channel's other Marvel animated series.
Top Canadian studio expands original digital IP slate with the development of an all-new original gaming IP, as well as immersive 3D games for ‘Dinopaws.’
Paul Candland is named to the newly created position of president, The Walt Disney Company, Asia, with oversight of Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, and Greater China; Stanley Cheung, managing director of TWDC Greater China, is promoted to chairman of TWDC Greater China.
Update includes PluralEyes 3.5 upgrade, Denoiser II, Instant 4K, BulletProof 1.2, Frames and LUT Buddy.
ILM, Method Studios, and Digital Domain among featured presenters; Real-Time Live event to showcase rendering advancements for independent filmmaking.
Award-winning integrated creative company announces the addition of Nellie Chung as Vice President of Strategy and Business Development.
ZEUS:Scout is a one-stop app enabling users to travel through a “virtual set” while on location, providing a powerful suite of navigation, creative and technical tools.
DreamWorks Animation announces financial results for its second quarter ended June 30, reporting total revenue of $122.3 million with a net loss of $15.4 million, or 18 cents per share.