Framestore’s New York office creates 35 minutes of effects, opening titles for Alex Gibney’s Wikileaks documentary, “We Steal Secrets.”
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Mercury Filmworks and Technicolor finalize development deal with Teletoon Canada for new animated television series, “Atomic Puppet.”
European distributor Alphanim finalizes deals with Disney XD Latin America and Disney Southeast Asia for its highly successful animated series “Dude, That’s My Ghost!”
New multi-platform venture will feature animated superhero TV series broadcast in more than 100 global markets, turbo-charged online content hub, and robust toy and consumer products line.
Entertainment One Family announces the appointment of Monica Candiani as Head of International Sales.
The Visual Effects Society announces the 2013 Board of Director officers, who were elected at the January 2013 board meeting.
Movie reviewer Leonard Maltin and voice actors Rob Paulsen & Maurice Lamarche are to share hosting honors at the 40th Annie Awards on Saturday, February 2, with a special appearance by Seth Green.
Sixteen South names HIP the exclusive worldwide distributor for its new preschool series, “Driftwood Bay.”
Cartoon Network is jumping ahead of the customary Kids Upfront season and taking its show on the road with the Cartoon Network Road Tour.
Framestore’s VFX work on “Lincoln” is all about assisting the filmmakers in an invisible way by recreating America as it was in 1865, ripped in two by civil war.
9 Story expands its international distribution beginning with the new animated series “Nerds and Monsters.”
Framestore announces the opening of its Montreal office, which will accommodate confirmed film VFX work for 2013.
Imira Entertainment and Zumbastico Studios are collaborating to co-develop and co-produce “Horatio and the Plasticines.”
“Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome” will premiere as a full length TV movie February 10 on Syfy
Visual effects and animation studio Atomic Fiction taps Shotgun Software’s Shotgun production management tool for Robert Zemeckis’ aviation drama “Flight.”
SAG-AFTRA presents its coveted Actor statuette for the outstanding motion picture and primetime television performances of 2012 at the “19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards,” held Sunday, Jan. 27, at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center.
Disney's "Wreck-It Ralph" receives the Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures award from the Producers Guild of America.
J.J. Abrams is to direct “Star Wars: Episode VII,” the first of a new series of “Star Wars” films to come from Lucasfilm under the leadership of Kathleen Kennedy.
Paramount and MGM's R-rated action-comedy “Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters,” tops the weekend chart, followed by Guillermo del Toro’s “Mama” and David O. Russell's “Silver Linings Playbook.”
Entertainment One promotes Laura Clunie to Vice President of Creative Affairs and will help to expand eOne Family presence in Canada.