Rai Fiction receives nominations for six titles across six categories for the 2014 Pulcinella Awards at Italy’s Cartoons by the Bay.
The veteran Oscar-nominated VFX supervisor discusses Marvel’s latest Iron Man saga as well as the future of high frame rate filmmaking.
One of animation’s most successful producers reflects on her work, her NFB legacy and her plans for retirement.
Academy Award-winning director Juan José Campanella’s Foosball takes home the grand prize in the feature film category at the New York International Children’s Film Festival; the winning short film is A Town Called Panic: The Christmas Log, directed by Stéphane Aubier and Vincent Patar.
The BFX competition is now open. Good luck!
Do you dream of a career working on blockbuster films such as Skyfall, The Pirates! or Gravity?
Winners at the 17th edition of the Holland Animation Film Festival include Love Games by Yumi Joung, Le Labyrinthe (The Labyrinth) by Mathieu Labaye, and The Fake by Sangho Yeon.
Festival artistic director Marcel Jean and the team from the Films & Program Planning department reveal the short film selections for the 2014 Annecy International Animation Film Festival, with 176 films competing for the Cristal award.
Voting is now open for the 2013 Ursa Major Awards for the Best Anthropomorphic Literature and Arts of the 2013 calendar year.
Edwin Schapp’s short film about a disfigured boy who performs as a freak in a circus, Little Freak, is the winner of the international web competition HAFFTube.
The co-directors of DreamWorks’ Oscar-nominated feature discuss the family dynamic at the heart of their story.
Approaching the show like a “newbie” brought this old-timer a sense of renewed optimism and youthful excitement.
Leftchannel announces their Motion 2013 show open has been selected as a Finalist at SXSW’s Film Design Awards.
Morwenna Banks, Peppa Pig, BBC Olympics, The Amazing World of Gumball and an ad for Talk Talk are among the winners at the tenth British Animation Awards held Friday, March 7th, at the BFI Southbank.
Gravity, Frozen, and Mr. Hublot were the big winners for VFX and animation at Sunday night's 86th Academy Awards. Here's a snapshot of the backstage comments.
Disney Animation’s Frozen wins the Oscar for best animated feature at the 86th Academy Awards; Mr. Hublot, directed by Laurent Witz and Alexandre Espigares, wins the award for best animated short.
The co-director of last summer’s smash hit discusses the challenges of making a sequel feel fresh, fun and compelling.
Autodesk software plays an integral role in the creation of great movies -- including eight of the nine Best Picture nominees.
Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity wins Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Motion Picture – Live Action; Disney’s Frozen wins the prize for Outstanding Achievement in the animated category.
Spin VFX takes home two awards from the 12th Annual VES Awards for their work on HBO’s Game of Thrones.
The Autodesk-sponsored Visual Effects Society student award evolves into a platform for budding creatives to showcase their artistry and garner attention from the industry.
Artists rely on LightWave 3D software to deliver stunning visual effects and CG for Kennedy Space Center Special Venue Project which won “Outstanding Visual Effects in a Special Venue Project” at the 2014 Visual Effects Society (VES) Awards.
Alfonso Cuarón’s 3D space epic Gravity leads last night’s BAFTA Film Awards with six wins, including the prize for Outstanding British Film.
Following its rise to becoming one of the most successful Disney films of all time and taking in nearly a billion dollars at the global box office, Frozen wins the BAFTA for Best Animated Film.