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Headline News Human Ark To Present Latest Short Lost Town Of Switez In L.A.

Human Ark, Poland’s pre-eminent animation studio will be hosting a special one night screening and reception celebrating their latest award winning film THE LOST TOWN OF SWITEZ – A FILM BY KAMIL POLAK next Thursday in Los Angeles.

Headline News Image Metrics to Host Faceware Demos and Workshop at CTN Animation Expo 2011

Image Metrics, a leading provider of facial animation technology for the entertainment industry, will lead a workshop and presentation on its award-winning facial animation technology Faceware 3.0 at CTN Animation Expo 2011.

Headline News Bad Robot Finds Writers to Adapt Boilerplate Graphic Novel

Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot have tapped JD Payne and Patrick McKay (GOLIATH) to adapt Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett's graphic novel BOILERPLATE: HISTORY’S MECHANICAL MARVEL, reports Deadline.com.

Headline News Sony Animation & Arad Prods. Set Writers For Animated Popeye

Sony Pictures Animation has set screenwriters Jay Scherick & David Ronn to write the screenplay for an all-new POPEYE animated feature, based on the iconic characters of comic strip and cartoon fame.

Headline News Zoic Tells the VFX Story of Once Upon A Time

Zoic Studios, an award-winning visual effects company headquartered in Culver City, CA, is transporting audiences inside the pages of the world’s best known storybooks with visual effects for the new hit ABC series Once Upon a Time.

Headline News Syfy Saturday Movies Brings Washington Destruction, Snow Beasts in Nov.

Yancy Butler (Kick-Ass) and David Chokachi (Baywatch) battle a murderous Yeti, while Jason London (Dazed and Confused) tries saving the nation’s capital from destruction in the November Syfy Saturday Original Movies.

Headline News Nice Shoes Opens Portals for Phillip Glass

When violinist Tim Fain took the stage for the world premiere of Phillip Glass' new work "Partita for Solo Violin" at New York's Symphony Space last month, he performed not to the flurry of live dancers onstage, but to dancers and musicians on five films directed by Black Swan choreographer Benjamin Millepied.

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