AWN Headline News
The VFX Soldier blog announces an official campaign to end international VFX subsidies to U.S. studios.
Nickelodeon rings in the holiday cheer with the original “It’s a SpongeBob Christmas!” special, which drew 4.8 million total viewers.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces eligible scores from feature-length motion pictures released in 2012 in contention for nominations in the Original Score category for the 85th Academy Awards.
Aardman Animations unveils a quirky, gothic new online film featuring the classic TV character, Morph.
Hasbro announces the integration of all of its content initiatives, including television, film, commercial productions and short-form content, under Stephen Davis, president of Los Angeles-based Hasbro Studios.
Culver City/Vancouver-based visual effects house Zoic Studios accelerates an audacious intergalactic adventure for the teaser trailer of the new Industrial Toys mobile title, “Morning Star. “
The Visual Effects Society extends its contract with Executive Director Eric Roth until December 2018.
As sole visual effects vendor, Union VFX creates "invisible" supporting visual effects for “Hyde Park on Hudson.”
Elastic Director Andy Hall brings his inimitable skills to the Red Cross yet again for a second round of Holiday giving.
Genius Brands announces it has started development on an animated television series for 6-9 year olds based on the Company’s well-known Genius brand of intellectual properties
DreamWorks Animation names Michael Francis to the newly-created position of Chief Global Brand Officer.
“Rastamouse” is going from strength to strength this festive season with momentum continuing into 2013.
eOne Family announces that it has secured a Canadian broadcaster, Corus Entertainment, for its hit pre-school TV show “Peppa Pig.”
Former Warner Bros. animator Rusty Mills dies at the age of 49 following a battle with colon cancer.
LA-based motion graphics and animation studio Buster and BusterINK cook up a new holiday branding campaign for HGTV.
Sam Mendes' James Bond film “Skyfall” reclaims the number one spot on its fifth outing at the weekend box office, followed by DreamWorks Animation and Paramount's holiday-themed “Rise of the Guardians.”
Sprout announces the special holiday line-up that includes the academy award nominated children’s film, “The Gruffalo,” and the U.S. television premiere of “The Gruffalo’s Child.”
Createasphere announces two important keynotes set for its first TransVergence Summit, Will Wright and Erin McPherson.