Videoart.net announces the lineup for the third annual Video Art & Experimental Film Festival (VAEFF), taking place February 7-9, 2013.
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Ralph Bakshi Productions announces a brand-new series of shorts with all new animation by Ralph Bakshi and crew.
Ogilvy launches new commercial starring dragon character for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor; new campaign with global reach shows consumers why they should care about what’s inside their mobile devices.
Oscar-nominated cartoonist Bruno Bozzetto is back with “Rapsodeus,” a new animated short that asks if there is any meaning to the thousands of wars fought by mankind.
President, Production Administration of the Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group and President of Sony Pictures Studios Operations, Martin will depart in 2013, following 32 Years at the studio.
Gather round for a round with Women In Animation International and Toon Boom on Friday, February 8, at KidScreen Summit in New York.
17-Year Hollywood Veteran and ACM SIGGRAPH National Committee member joins Cogswell College’s Digital Arts & Animation department as an Assistant Professor in Game & Entertainment Design.
Elastic Director and Annecy International Film Festival winner Andy Hall team with DDB Chicago to create “Paper,” a whimsical new :30 for Safeway’s “just for U” app.
Celebrity Deathmatch creator Eric Fogel helms his passion project -- a stop-motion animated post-apocalyptic action/adventure called “Havoc.”
Park Road Post taps the power of SGO’s Mistika for the DI workflow for Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.”
Marcel Jean, the new Artistic Director of the Annecy International Animation Film Festival, reveals some preliminary guidelines for 2013.
Render Version for NUKE significantly cuts costs for Stereo 3D, post production facilities; enables large-scale batch rendering for depth propagation and stereo generation.
The Deadline for submissions to the Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart academic symposium, “Change and Continuity: Interdisciplinary Aspects of Animation, Comics and Literature,” is February 18, 2013.
Vancouver Animation School names Jack Enyart instructor for new Writing for Animation course; new online class emphasizes writing because all animation truly starts with a story.
The Motion Capture Society and Motion Analysis Studios host an evening mixer featuring technology demos from Motion Analysis, Faceware, and Pixomondo on Thursday, January 24.
In a significant step toward its emergence from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the Eastman Kodak Company receives approval to borrow up to $844 million for interim and exit financing.
The deadline for submissions to the 2013 Animated Com Award at the Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart is February 1, 2013.
Geomerics opens a new office in Vancouver to be closer to its growing US and Canadian customer base.
Peter Robbins, the voice actor who portrayed Charlie Brown in many “Peanuts” shows is arrested on charges that include stalking.
Gennie Rim presents a new exhibit, “Ladies of Animation,” running February 9 through March 2 at GRspace in Los Angeles.
FremantleMedia signs new licensing deals for “Tree Fu Tom,” following the shows debut at the London Toy Fair and ahead of its toy launch.
Ryan Hailey and Hunter Jackson hope to tap into HCS’s rich history of producing television magic where they shot the pilot of their new children’s show “The Kids of Na!”