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VFX veteran has worked on four Oscar-winning films, including David Fincher's ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ and Peter Jackson's ‘King Kong.’
Former Emmy nominee, known for ‘Apocalypto,’ ‘Beetlejuice’ and ‘Stargate SG-1,’ will supervise VFX teams for ‘Scorpion’ and ‘Stalker.’
Oscar-nominated animated feature from Cartoon Saloon and ‘The Secret of Kells’ director Tomm Moore is now available on Blu-ray and DVD.
Company’s Los Angeles, London and Montreal studios collaborate on previs and virtual camera workflows.
Winner of the grand prize for best animated feature at the Ottawa International Animation Film Festival, Luc Chamberland’s animated documentary will screen as part of the Next program.
Humorous tale strikes a balance between realistic but still-cartoonish CG animation featuring detailed set design and ambient lighting, and a saturated, springtime palette.
Show open traces the evolution of video gaming from the iconic ‘Pong’ through modern-day titles using graphic abstractions and artful compositions.
Part of Viacom’s restructuring efforts, company layoffs include three senior animation executives and two senior-level preschool execs.
Led by VFX supervisor Greg Butler, MPC completes 200 shots -- including complex 3D work -- for Clint Eastwood’s Oscar-nominated feature.
Oscar-winning feature surpasses ‘Tangled’ to become the third biggest Walt Disney Animation Studios release ever globally, behind only ‘Frozen’ and ‘The Lion King.’
Season three to feature guest voice talents including Golden Globe winner Jeffrey Tambor, Hulk Hogan, Hannibal Buress, Christian Slater, Danny Trejo, Cat Power, Paul Scheer, Andy Richter, and more.
Award-winning animation studio behind ‘The Boxtrolls’ cites tight integration, more streamlined workflow and easier collaboration.
Ireland’s Brown Bag Films wins three awards at the Dingle Film Festival’s inaugural Irish Animation Awards.
Renowned BAFTA and César-winning filmmaker has previously been honored at Animafest Zagreb for best animated film for ‘The Three Inventors’ (Les Trois Inventeurs), in 1980, and ‘Azur & Asmar’ (Azur et Asmar), in 2007.
Entertainment studio partners with Gates Foundation and Viacom-founded educational non-profit to award $25,000 scholarship and other prizes to young animators.
Winners to share US$50,000 as #VOFF5 launches with fully-curated showcase of more than 140 animated shorts from 37 countries.