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Effects Headline News

Zoic Studios Wins Emmy for Outstanding VFX for a Series for CSI

By Dan Sarto | Monday, August 23, 2010 at 11:11am

Zoic Studios was honored with Outstanding Special Visual Effects For A Series during the Creative Arts Emmy awards held in Los Angeles on Saturday, August 21st 2010. The award honors the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode "Family Affair".

Kids Headline News

Jim Henson Company Announces Wilson & Ditch: Digging America Second Season

The Jim Henson Company announced today that it is beginning production on the second season of WILSON & DITCH: DIGGING AMERICA the online destination for PBSKIDSGO.org about two comical gophers on a cross-country adventure as they explore America’s most famous (and perhaps not-so-famous) destinations.

Animation Headline News

Animation Dynamics Adds Hollywood Veteran as 3D Technical Director

Animation Dynamics Inc. (ADi) announced today that Nick Nakadate, an animator with extensive feature film and TV commercial experience, has joined the company as 3D Technical Director.

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Image Metrics, Centroid Team Up On Facial Animation & Body Capture Solution

Image Metrics, Inc. (OTC BB: IMGX), a leading provider of facial animation technology for the entertainment industry, today announced a partnership with Centroid, the United Kingdom's leading motion capture and character animation services company, to provide an integrated animation solution to the film, television and video games industries.

Story Headline News

Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 3 Becomes The Highest Grossing Animated Film Of All Time

With record-breaking box office tallies around the world, Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 3 has become the highest-grossing animated film of all time taking in more than $920 million at the global box office to date.

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Animated Terminator Feature Planned

Hannover House, the entertainment distribution division of Target Development Group, Inc. (www.HannoverHouse.com), has entered into a feature film development venture with Vancouver-based Red Bear Entertainment, for "Terminator 3000," envisioned as a $70-million dollar budgeted, 3-D animated feature film based on the characters and situations introduced in the original "Terminator" feature.

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