Mind Candy confirms Moshi Monsters The Movie, the first ever Moshi Monster movie, set for a UK and Ireland release December 20.
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Motion Theory’s directorial team Akama creates a short animated trailer for Ubisoft’s upcoming cross-platform game Rayman Legends.
Geek & Sundry's animated web series, Outlands, created and produced by Adam de la Peña, attracts notice on the Internet.
eOne reveals the UK licensing program for upcoming CG animated movie, Justin and the Knights of Valour.
Blue Sky Animation’s Epic, directed by Chris Wedge, arrives on Blu-ray combo pack, deluxe edition Blu-ray and DVD August 20.
International children’s channel KidsCo licenses CG-animated series Sendokai Champions from media agent Nottingham Forest.
The British Film Institute’s Certification Unit issues tax certificates to two CBeebies’ series, stop-motion comedy series Calamity Island from UK-based Famous Flying Films and Mackinnon & Saunders, and Karrot Animation’s 2D-animated preschool series Sarah and Duck.
Industrial Light & Magic’s new Chief Creative Officer to highlight Italy’s largest computer graphics conference.
On Saturday, September 21 from 1 to 3 pm the Cartoon Art Museum will host artist Sarah Clark as part of the ongoing Cartoon-in-Residence program.
Anchor Bay Entertainment partners with My Gym to celebrate the launch of the latest Chuggington DVD, Chug Patrol: Ready to Rescue, available August 20.
Pacific Post expands their company footprint, team, and services with the opening of a new location in North Hollywood.
Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products announce highlights of their portfolio for Brand Licensing Europe 2013.
The Disney Channel premiere of Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel ranks as Friday’s #1 TV telecast across major youth demos and was the number one cable TV telecast in total viewers.
Culver City/Vancouver-based visual effects house Zoic Studios helps create a new social film, “The Power Inside,” for Intel and Toshiba via agency Pereira & O’Dell, San Francisco.
Giving animation fans a reason to cheer, a record number of animated features landed in movie theaters this summer but many have performed below expectations.
The serial nature of TV and its inherent short deadlines allow VFX facilities and effects artists to find a satisfying and stable niche.
Four new films open at the North American box office, led by The Weinstein Co. release The Butler. Animated family features remain strong, including Disney Cars spinoff Planes, Sony’s The Smurfs 2 and worldwide box office juggernaut Despicable Me 2.
All episodes of fan favorites Goosebumps and The Magic School Bus available for SVOD exclusively on Netflix.
Aliens battle it out in Cartoon Network’s latest DVD release starring international alien-fighting hero Ben Tennyson.
The Norwegian Film Institute announces 13 new films to be released in the upcoming season, including two fully-animated features celebrating the 100th anniversary of Norwegian animation.