AWN Headline News
The Palo Alto International Film Festival announces a panel on the future of cinema to be moderated by Bill Desowitz.
Italy’s leading computer graphics symposium announces highlights from its upcoming 13th annual confab.
The Jim Henson Company releases an interactive app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch based on the company’s PAJANIMALS preschool series.
Digital Domain Media Group files for bankruptcy protection, saying its production business will be sold.
MPC LA, Team One and RSA Director Brett Foraker collaborate on a pair of spots for the new Lexus ES and the first ever ES Hybrid.
Boston Festival of Indie Games announces featured keynote speakers: Get Lamp’s Jason Scott and Kotaku’s Leigh Alexander.
MarVista Entertainment appointed exclusive international distributor for animated preschool television series.
New series expands Cartoon Network Studios’ thriving original comedy slate joining genre trailblazers “Adventure Time” and “Regular Show.”
Fox Animation options the recently published “Cardboard” from graphic novelist Doug TenNapel for development under the WedgeWorks banner.
It remains unclear what direction the company is heading in as it restructures and tries to avoid Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Cameron Pace Group founders James Cameron and Vincent Pace will receive the 3D Visionary Award on September 20, 2012, at the 3D Entertainment Summit in Los Angeles.
The Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences votes to present the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award to philanthropist Jeffrey Katzenberg.
International visual effects, design and brand communications company Gravity completed a new, five-spot campaign promoting Ford’s 2013 F-Series Trucks.
A record number of participants are registered to attend this week’s Cartoon Forum in Toulouse, France.
Brickyard VFX teams with 180 L.A. and Tool of North America on Mitsubishi's "Unpretentious" TV spots and accompanying Facebook app.
The slate of films from DreamWorks Animation includes the newly announced “B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherwordly Operations,” voiced by Seth Rogen, and “How to Train Your Dragon 3.”
Render farm management software upgrade brings mobile access, augmented priority controls, and workstation management tools to render pipelines.
With the box office at its lowest point in years, Lionsgate’s supernatural thriller The Possession took first place again this weekend, bringing in $9.5 million for a total of $33.3 million.