Michel Ocelot’s animated feature, “Tales of the Night,” will be available on January 29 on DVD/Blu-ray, preceded by an early cable VOD and digital release on January 8.
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DHX Media moves into production on the brand new 2D animated comedy adventure series, “Dr. Dimensionpants!” for Teletoon Canada.
Buffalo Gal Pictures and Entremedia Digital Films merge talents and services to create a full media production studio, Buffalo Media Group.
Nickelodeon and FLüD team up to release limited-edition “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”-inspired apparel and accessories featuring designs by artist Ron English.
Taylor James creates an integrated campaign including a sizzling cinemagraph which offers an enchanting distraction from the cold dark nights.
The short film "Combustible," by Otomo Katsuhiro, wins the Grand Prize for animation at the 16th Japan Media Arts Festival.
Autodesk, Inc. announces that the new Autodesk Smoke 2013, professional video editing software is now shipping.
Spiral Graphics announces the latest version of its seamless texture, animation, and HDRI environment map editor, Genetica.
Tim Burton and Mercury Records team up with th2ng to produce the video for “Here With Me” by The Killers.
Cartoon Network invites action fans to wake up with the heroes and ring in the New Year with a rousing Saturday morning lineup starting January 5.
The Clipster DI workstation is employed by Park Road Productions, the post production company for Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit.”
Motion design and production studio Royale launches its own interactive holiday fundraiser, with proceeds to be donated to The American Red Cross Disaster Relief in support of those affected by Superstorm Sandy.
The first full look at J.J. Abrams' follow-up shows popular British actor Benedict Cumberbatch wreaking havoc upon Captain Kirk and friends.
Fremantle Media announces the new animated comedy series “Strange Hill High,” which launches next spring on CBBC.
New Line and MGM's “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” kicks off the holiday season with an $84.8 million debut, the top three-day opening of all time for the month of December.
Design-based production company My Active Driveway delivers an animated title sequence, a series of luminescent visualizations, and a unique interactive design solution for the Black Ball, a charity fundraiser organized by HIV/AIDS non-profit Keep a Child Alive.
Marc Petit, head of Autodesk’s Media & Entertainment division, departs the company to pursue other initiatives.
Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit” is expected to set December opening records at the domestic box office and overseas.
The Museum of Modern Art acquires a selection of 14 video games for a new category of artworks in MoMA’s collection.
Autodesk kicks off a 90-day project license of Autodesk Maya and Autodesk 3ds Max 3D animation software.
Nickelodeon launches “Scribble Hero,” an arcade-style action game available for download on iOS devices.