The New York Times profiles the careers of five "rising stars" of animation: Rebecca Sugar, Minkyu Lee, Jason Ruiz, Justin Roiland and Timothy Reckart.
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Sony Pictures Animation announces an all-new, never before seen mini-movie directed by Stephan Franck that combines cutting-edge computer generated imagery and traditionally hand drawn animation.
Danish toy company Lego confirms that it will launch a special series themed on The Simpsons family globally in 2014, generating some controversy concerning the "age-appropriateness" of the long-running animated series.
Factory VFX completes visual effects work for the upcoming 20th Century Fox feature, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.
The Cartoon Network mobile app is now available for free download from the NOOK Store and the Amazon Appstore.
Mr. Men Little Miss head to iam8bit Gallery in a new art show and installation in Echo Park from August 22 to September 8.
Spin VFX provides over 1,000 visual effects shots across three seasons of Showtime series The Borgias.
DreamWorks Animation Chief Marketing Officer Anne Globe departs company following the weaker-than-expected opening of Turbo.
David Levy , long-serving supervisor of ad sales, affiliate relations and sports programming at the Time Warner-owned cable network Turner, is promoted to president with oversight of TBS, TNT, Turner Classic Movies, truTV, Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Adult Swim.
Saban Brands and MarVista Entertainment license latest installment of the Power Rangers franchise, Power Rangers Megaforce, to Channel 5 in the U.K.
The Canadian distributor's primetime animated comedy Fugget About It to air in the U.S. exclusively through Hulu and Hulu Plus.
New York animation boutique Ace & Son Moving Picture Co. collaborates with Canvasback Music/Atlantic recording artists Grouplove to create an expansive promotional campaign.
Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington's R-rated action film 2 Guns wins the North American box office race with $27.4 million, while Sony's The Smurfs 2 limps to a third-place finish.
Production begins on the animated preschool series Miles From Tomorrowland, created by executive producer Sascha Paladino and directed by Paul Demeyer.
Paramount Animation courts Oscar winner and Blue Sky co-founder Chris Wedge to direct a new combination live-action/computer animation feature titled Monster Trucks.
DreamWorks Animation names Paul Kurzawa to the newly created position of Head of Retail Development & Entertainment, where he will be tasked with expanding the brand into the retail environment.
Executive Producer Blythe Dalton Klippsten joins design-centric bi-coastal production company Stardust, where she will oversee the day-to-day management of the company’s Los Angeles projects.
Deluxe Entertainment’s Australian VFX studios, Iloura and Method, sink their claws into The Wolverine.
Bisous les Copains is a series of beautifully simple and subtly humorous animated GIFs by Nantes, France-based graphic artist and illustrator Guillaume Kurkdjian.
BBH Asia Pacific creates Mentos “National Day Proposal” animation that sees Singapore making an unusual proposal to Finland.
Opus Visual Effects produces the visual effects for Infinity Films’ supernatural reality drama, Siberia, which debuted on NBC in July.