Produced in Korea at EMation, NE4U and Dong Woo Animation for Netflix, new 2D-animated series is executive produced by Brendan Hay of ‘The Simpsons’ and ‘Robot Chicken’ fame.
Animatic with picture-in-picture of the final movie shows what was originally sketched and what ultimately made it into the film.
Special features include alternate opening and ending not shown in theaters, cast blooper reel, deleted scenes, and more.
Forty-third International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques will be held July 24-28, 2016 in Anaheim, California.
New behind-the-scenes featurette provides a detailed look at Daisy Ridley's Rey, with commentary from Ridley and John Boyega.
Visual effects for the long-awaited sequel to Ang Lee’s Oscar-winning ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ are led by production VFX supervisor is Mark Stetson, with VFX provided by Zoic, Pixomondo and Lola.
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.
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.
Led by VFX supervisor Jeff Campbell and supervising VFX producer George Macri, SpinVFX delivers nearly 150 shots to help bring to life the remarkable true story of the 33 survivors of the Chilean mine disaster.
Disney and Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ named best animated feature of 2015 by the New York Film Critics Circle.
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.
Running February 5-14 in Flagey, the Brussels International Animation Festival is set to screen 135 animated shorts from filmmakers around the world.
Week-long slate of mind-expanding international animation, shorts and features includes live episode of ‘Rick and Morty’ with creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, screening of the 4K restoration of the Japanese ‘Belladonna of Sadness,’ and more.
Indie animation distributor garners a total of 11 nominations for ‘Boy and the World,’ ‘Extraordinary Tales,’ ‘Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet’ and ‘When Marnie Was There.’
Led by Animation Supervisor Jason Carpenter and Animation Producer Irene Kotlarz, a team of CalArts alumni created the lyrical, painterly scenes for the film that evoke the history and landscape of Malala’s Swat Valley homeland.
This year’s Best Animated Feature nominations include Starburns Industry’s ‘Anomalisa,’ Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ and ‘The Good Dinosaur,’ Aardman’s ‘Shaun the Sheep the Movie,’ and Blue Sky’s ‘The Peanuts Movie.’
Disney and Pixar’s CG-animated feature performs below expectations, bringing in $39.2 million for the three-day weekend, the lowest debut for a Pixar film since the $33.3 million take of ‘A Bug's Life’ in 1998.
Deadline for the International Competition at the 23rd Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film is December 1; Animated Com Award deadline is January 15.
CG-animated comedy featuring the voices of Rob Schneider, Heather Graham, Ken Jeong, Gabriel Iglesias, Loretta Devine, Michael McElhatton, Colm Meaney and Bill Nighy arrives in theaters January 15, 2016.
New trailer introduces the full cast of four-legged characters including Louis C.K. as Max the terrier, Hannibal Buress as Buddy the dachshund, Lake Bell as Chloe the cat, and Jenny Slate as Gidget the Pomeranian, as they pose for a holiday greeting card.
A mismatched couple traverse a succession of breathtaking, naturalistic environments on their journey home.
World’s first fully remote visual effects studio leverages integration of Shotgun with Cospective’s synchronized review-and-approval tool cineSync to ensure a harmonious workflow.