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Headline News 'Chipmunks', 'Puss in Boots' Win Kids’ Choice Film Awards

Animated films “Puss in Boots” and “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked” were honored at Nickelodeon’s 25th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards live telecast on Saturday, March 31.

Headline News Digital District Collaborates on 'L'Odyssée de Cartier'

French visual effects studio Digital District recently collaborated with director Bruno Aveillan to create “L'Odyssée de Cartier,” a short film commissioned by Cartier to illustrate the rich 165-year history of the renowned jewelry house.

Headline News BiG MACHiNE Creates Main Titles for FOX’s Breaking In

Visual production company BiG MACHiNE created the main titles for the FOX comedy series "Breaking In," starring Christian Slater.

Headline News ADP 2012 Announces Financing & Brands Panel

As part of the Animation Production Day 2012 the conference “Financing & Brands” will take place at Haus der Wirtschaft in Stuttgart on May 9th 2012.

Headline News 'Ingrid Pitt: Beyond the Forest' Wins IFFF Award

“Ingrid Pitt: Beyond the Forest,” animated by 11-year-old filmmaker and award-winning critic Perry Chen, received the award for Best Animation (age 8-13) at the 17th edition of the International Family Film Fest (IFFF).

Headline News MPC Takes a Spin with Mercedes

MPC teamed up with Anonymous Content Director Frederic Planchon and Merkley + Partners GCDs David Fox and Scott Zacaroli, providing VFX for two new Mercedes-Benz spots promoting the E-Class and SL-Class vehicles.

Headline News Blur Studios Talks Titles for 'Dragon Tattoo' at Gnomon

Gnomon School of Visual Effects will hold a special evening with Blur Studio as they share their work on the main titles for “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” on Thursday, April 5, 2012.

Headline News Gary Cureton and Andrew Painter Join Amazing Spectacles

Amazing Spectacles, the Animation Production Company that operates within the Prime Focus Group has announced the signing of animation directors Gary Cureton and Andrew Painter.

Headline News TV Animator Jim Duffy Dies at 75

Television animator Jim Duffy, who worked at Hanna Barbera and spent most of the last two decades supervising Nickelodeon's animated slate at Klasky Csupo, died Friday, March 23, after a long battle with cancer.

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