Shut Up! Cartoons, the new animation channel powered by YouTube heavyweights Smosh, brings you its next animated series: Krogzilla!
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Looking to raise the level of their creative talent to match the complexity and challenges of today’s advertising, Edit1 has added visionary animation director Todd Winter as Creative Director.
The Troopers are back in action in the all-new CGI-animated adventure “Starship Troopers: Invasion”, landing on Blu-ray and DVD with UltraViolet August 28.
No sooner had AniMazSpot 2012 announced the Magoo at the Alex events, that the question was asked, “When will the UPA documentary feature be finished?
Syfy’s “Most Dangerous Night on Television” will premiere two new Original Saturday Movies this July, featuring human-sized bat vampires and an invisible warship from the past.
Intake Studios, is pleased to announce that it has hired Patti Broyles Harper as Producer/Project Manager and Emily O’Brien as Marketing Director.
Platinum Films has announced the forthcoming publication of a range of official comic magazines based on its hit 3D CGI children’s show, "Matt Hatter Chronicles", published by Titan.
Imira Entertainment has signed further licensing agents as it implements its consumer products strategy for new series “Lucky Fred”.
Preschoolers from coast-to-coast will “honk their horns” for “Traintastic Adventures,” the newest addition to the award-winning hit “Chuggington” DVD series from Anchor Bay Entertainment, when it pulls into retail on August 14, 2012.
By popular demand, a brand-new, first-ever collection of “fan favorite” “Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!” episodes will be made available by Anchor Bay Entertainment on DVD.
Disney Animation has released a first look at Paperman, the short film by John Kahrs and Kristina Reed that fuses CG and hand-drawn animation techniques.
Japanese motion picture production company Digital Frontier worked on CG production and compositing for director Mamoru Hosoda’s latest animated film, “Wolf Children.”
Viacom is partnering with Russian production house Bazelevs on an original, locally produced short form animation.
Miles Bullough, the long-serving head of broadcast for Wallace & Gromit producer Aardman Animations, has left the company after nine years to begin a freelance career.
Aptech’s education brand, Arena Animation, has created “Dudolls,” the first television commercial produced in India that has undergone a 3D stereoscopic conversion, making it ready to be viewed on any 3D-supported device including 3D monitors and 3D cinema theater.
In a four-day master class, Oscar winning animation director Suzie Templeton gives insight in her creative process and working methods.
Factory Connect, a cloud-based, on-demand six-piece animation software suite from Factory Studios, is now powered by Fusion ioMemory memory and storage solutions.
You walk in to your apartment to find your roommate making out with a walrus - what's your first thought? You wonder if the trollop has stolen your boyfriend, that's what. Or at least that's the story in the latest spot from Skittles Riddles, featuring VFX from MPC.
“Marvel’s The Avengers” assembles as you’ve never seen it before on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, DVD, Digital and On-Demand platforms on September 25, 2012.
Cinesite announced that Firtina Ozbalikci, a second year computer science student from the University of Bath, is the winner of its 2012 Inspire Internship program.
The production and distribution company Millimages has secured a raft of key broadcast deals across Central and Eastern Europe at Natpe Budapest.
More than two weeks ahead of its July 13 North American debut, Blue Sky Studio’s “Ice Age: Continental Drift” brought in $78 million this weekend, placing the fourth title in the franchise firmly in the top spot at the foreign box office.
Australian VFX studio Iloura was instrumental in creating the furry, foul-mouthed leading star in the Universal comedy, “Ted,” directed by Seth MacFarlane.
Seth MacFarlane’s raunchy comedy Ted, starring Mark Wahlberg, made one of the best R-rated comedy debuts ever, bringing in $54.1 million on its first weekend out.