French production and post-production company is known for producing the animation for the ‘Asterix’ series and ‘Le Petit Prince.’
CGI reboot based on the original 1930’s book series written by Dorothy Wall is produced by Flying Bark Productions.
The Foundry to showcase new technologies in development aimed at solving key challenges in virtual and augmented reality content creation.
Former Superfad co-founder has helmed campaigns for brands including Coca-Cola, Visa, Toyota, Gap, Target and Sprint.
Online filmmaking superstars from Red Giant Films, Triune Films and Corridor Digital team up at the NAB Show for ‘Breaking the Hollywood Mold,’ moderated by Adobe’s Dave Werner.
Kids’ TV production and rights management company to collaborate with new digital platform TotallyTween on 26-episode, two-minute interactive series.
Three new 45-minute animated films from Splash Entertainment will be distributed worldwide across DVD and digital platforms.
Brand-new Series, ‘Noddy, Toyland Detective,’ produced by Gaumont Animation in association with DreamWorks Animation Television, is set to debut on France Télévisions’ France 5 in 2016.
Walker made his directorial debut on the Oscar-nominated ‘Brother Bear,’ which was produced using a mix of traditional 2D and CG animation.
BAFTA-nominated documentary series, ‘Children of the Holocaust,’ is shortlisted for the 2015 Annecy International Animation Festival in France in June.
Updates include Adobe Character Animator CC, an astonishing new companion application to Adobe After Effects CC to bring two-dimensional characters to life.
Enhanced version of powerful node-based VFX, editorial and finishing suite NUKE STUDIO to be showcased at NAB 2015.
Second series will see 52 new 11-minute episodes set for delivery in 2016, with 60-minute special set to follow in 2017; new ‘Bob the Builder’ shorts set to launch on YouTube in August 2015.
New integration provides Shotgun Review portal built into Cospective’s synchronized review-and-approval tool cineSync.
First proprietary preschool series for BBC Kids, “Nico Can Dance!” features traditional 2D animation and a live action host.
With 177 films in competition, the 25th World Festival of Animated Film runs June 9-14 in Zagreb, Croatia.
Former HIT Entertainment VP and CBeebies controller joins super-Indie Kids division to run The Foundation.
‘Thunderbirds Are Go’ is the new CGI-animated remake of the classic 1960s TV series co-produced between ITV Studios, New Zealand’s Pukeko Pictures and Weta Workshop.
Mickey Mouse and his pals to star in ‘Mickey and the Roadster Racers,’ an action-packed animated series for preschoolers slated to debut in 2017 on Disney Junior.
Satirist, comedian and voice actor Stan Freberg voiced characters for the now-classic Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoons, working with the genre’s king, Mel Blanc.
The Jim Henson Company promotes executive team and hires Amy Takahara as the company’s new Director, Global Distribution, Sales.