It portrays the grand-scale of nature in Africa and the hope of Africa arising from despair through the eyes of a child. It also shows how hope can disperse the prejudice shown towards the afflicted people of Africa.
A comic horror sitcom about forgotten ghosts from the past that revisit the modern world. The sitcom provides an opportunity to reconsider traditional culture in a rapidly changing modern society. A novel approach to traditional material with comical characters
Animation Bristol Expedition aired in 2008. The series is based on an online game with the same title that was co-developed by Groom Interactive and Dongwoo Animation. The series is about a journey of friendship between six characters and a robot Nomario.
Established in 1991, Dongwoo Animation Co., Ltd. (“Dongwoo Animation”) is a leading entertainment company whose business area covers 2D and 3D animation production, distribution, toy manufacturing, and character licensing. The company houses 50 animation directors and 350 animators along with a state-of-the-art HD editing system.
From the early stages of the Korean animation production business in the 1980’s, Big Star Enterprise, Inc. has been a leading animation production company, since its establishment in 1986. Big Star is one of the few studios in Korea that provides animation services in the major animation mediums – traditional, CG and flash.
The characters are species at risk of extinction who take a journey together to find new friends on other continents. The show is designed to teach children about environmental protection and preservation. The series was developed in 2007 and targeted at the global market.
Ghost Messengers are super-power agents from the underground world called the World of Death. The World of Death is a digitalized world with cutting-edge technologies that control and manage the life and death of all living things based on its elaborate systems.
StudioANIMAL is an animation production studio that delivers high quality entertainment that can be enjoyed by anyone. People at StudioANIMAL are working hard to provide better animation and game as well as become a leader in the digital entertainment industry. StudioAnimal aims to become a world-leading animation company...
After a successful festival debut, Waking Sleeping Beauty will begin its theatrical run with limited releases in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco on March 26, 2010.
AWN's series on the best video games of 2009 continues. Hit the jump to see our list of best underground titles.
Corus Entertainment's Nelvana Enterprises is pleased to announce that it has found a home with a number of the world's leading broadcasters for the new 3-D animated television series Babar And The Adventures Of Badou.
AWN's series on the best video games of 2009. Hit the jump to see the best downloadable titles of this past year.
A harsh, opinionated and entirely unfair review of Disney's 'The Princess and the Frog'. Reader beware, it's a ridiculous, long-winded affair full of inexcusably questionable critique and pseudo insider dribble. Honest too...
AWN's Director of Content Rick DeMott puts together a rundown of the top ten web toons from AWNtv that you have to see.
TBS has signed a deal with David Spade to turn his live-action feature, JOE DIRT, into an animated series, reports VARIETY.
My ‘Elemental Magic –An Organic Approach to Visual Effects Animation’ workshop is not just a cute little tip of the hat to traditional animation principles. This is vital stuff, that cannot be left behind, in the rush to embrace ‘cutting edge’ digital technology.
MIFFY – THE MOVIE, the latest project of Dutch Telescreen B.V., a leading production, distribution and Brand Management company and part of the German m4e AG, will be introduced at the European Film Market in Berlin.
Avatar, An Education and The Hurt Locker have each received eight nominations for the Orange British Academy Film Awards in 2010.
A year ago the National Film Board of Canada gave Canadians unprecedented access to 70 years of collective experience with the launch of its online screening room, NFB.ca.
DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD confirmed with Fox that China will be pulling the plug on 2D screenings of AVATAR Jan. 23.