Live touring musical production from The Fred Rogers Company and Mills Entertainment is based on the hit PBS Kids preschool series.
Entertainment One Signs Carousel as broadcast partner; appoints Megalicense as licensing agent in Russia and Ukraine.
Week one of new series wins 66 percent of the target audience and boosts CBeebies’ share by 27 percent.
Special features include alternate opening and ending not shown in theaters, cast blooper reel, deleted scenes, and more.
Microsoft Studios’ 343 Industries builds a new 50-foot by 50-foot motion capture stage outfitted with 50 Prime 41 cameras for character animation and camera tracking.
Forty-third International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques will be held July 24-28, 2016 in Anaheim, California.
Universal and Legendary’s holiday horror-comedy ‘Krampus’ outperforms expectations in its North American debut, grossing $16 million from 2,902 theaters to come in at number two behind ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2.’
International Animation Film Market, held in conjunction with the Annecy International Animation Film Festival, issues a call for submissions to 2016 pitch sessions.
Paris-based premium content production and distribution company appoints Monica Levy SVP, Co-Productions and Sales.
Hit series’ We Bare Bears’ used in collaboration with innovative coding platform during Hour of Code.
New CG-animated action series is a co-production from Zag, Method Animation, Toei Animation and SamG.
Brand-new animated series from Genius Brands International now airing in key markets nationwide, including New York, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Atlanta and Houston.
In the animation category, Fox’s ‘The Simpsons’ nabs three nods and ‘Bob’s Burgers’ garners two nominations, while Netflix’s ‘BoJack Horseman’ receives one.
The co-directors on Disney’s upcoming 2016 animated feature share how they divide and conquer the enormous tasks -- and pressures -- of helming a big studio film.
Disney and Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ named best animated feature of 2015 by the New York Film Critics Circle.
Character rigging master Brad Clark returns once again to put the latest Autodesk software suite update to the test.
Hornet Films seeking animated concepts -- shorts and series -- for all ages with a fresh take on storytelling and strong characters.
Two-hour special featuring Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny, Homer Simpson, Bart Simpson, Stewie Griffin, Donald Duck, SpongeBob SquarePants, Scooby-Doo and more set to air Monday, December 7.
Taking three years to produce, the crew at Starburns Industries crafted 1,261 faces and 1,000 props for the Charlie Kaufman feature; the final cut has 118,089 frames of handmade animation.
Animated TV special airing on CBC-TV features the voices of hockey legends Phil Esposito and Bob Cole, dance icon Karen Kain and television luminaries Sheila McCarthy, Sara Botsford and Saara Chaudry.