International children’s channel KidsCo partners with science fiction and fantasy-based channel Syfy to launch Syfy Kids, a new sci-fi genre programming block dedicated to kids.
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Creative studio Analog teams with Studio Hansa to complete a rebrand of CBS’ portfolio of TV channels across EMEA.
Italy’s largest computer graphics conference is now accepting applications for entries in four contests: VIEW AWARD, VIEW SOCIAL CONTEST, VIEW AWARD GAME, and ITALIANMIX.
Netflix and DreamWorks Animation launch first ever Netflix original series for kids; DreamWorks Animation's summer 2013 film “Turbo” speeds onto the streaming service.
The R-rated comedy exceeds expectations despite winter storm Nemo in the Northeast; Steven Soderbergh's “Side Effects” Opens in third place with $9.4 million.
Bling Digital to host “Post on Demand” panel at the Hollywood Post Alliances’ annual HPA Tech Retreat.
Shotgun announces a new integrated package combines tracking, review and asset management products into a unified toolset at a new price.
Syfy plans to develop a 4-hour miniseries adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s “The Man in the High Castle,” with Frank Spotnitz writing and Ridley Scott as executive producer.
Little Airplane Production’s musical animated movie, “Meet the Small Potatoes,” is set to premiere on Disney Channel and Disney Junior February 15, prior to its Universal Home Entertainment release later this spring.
ASC announces the winners of the 27th Annual American Society of Cinematographers Awards for Outstanding Achievement.
The International 3D Society honors Innoventive Software with two Lumiere Technology Awards at the 4th Annual Creative Arts Awards.
Wizart closes sales for its 3D-animated film, “The Snow Queen,” across multiple territories, including South Korea, Indonesia, Brazil, Israel, the Middle East, Baltic States and Ukraine.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announces the release of “Tom and Jerry The Golden Collection Volume 2” available in stores June 11.
On Sunday February 10, 2013, the EE British Academy Film Awards look place at London's Royal Opera House with “Les Misérables,” “Argo,” “Django Unchained,” “Life of Pi” and “Amour” among the winners.
Oscar-nominated, VES Award and Annie Award-winning animation studio Rhythm & Hues will be formally filing for bankruptcy on Monday.
Illumination Entertainment is developing Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! with Pete Candeland set to direct and Universal to handle worldwide distribution.
Prime Focus London’s commercials division is poised to go into administration, saying that its commercials operations in London “continue to suffer from low volumes and suppressed margins” and “continued to be a drag on performance.”
3D film conversion company Legend3D closes an $8 million Series B Preferred Stock offering in support its continued expansion.
The Oscar-nominated, Annie Award-winning short film, “Adam and Dog,” by Minkyu Lee, is released online in its full entirety.