Disney XD gets back on the Grid, announcing the premiere of new animated series “TRON: Uprising” for June 23.
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Space Enterprises Ltd. teams up with children’s game giant Avanquest to bring TV hit "The Hive" to the iPad and iPhone.
The first CG-animated movie based on "Bella Sara," the popular brand and virtual fantasy world of horses, has started production under the Magical Horses banner, with post-production being done by Telegael in Ireland.
Stardust creative director Alan Bibby teamed up with music video director Adria Petty to co-write and co-direct Coldplay and Rihanna's epic music video for "Princess of China.”
Autodesk announced that its Smoke 2013 video editing software is now available as a free trial download.
The deadline for applications to participate as a student volunteer at SIGGRAPH Asia 2012 is July 3.
Vicon, developer of motion capture systems for the entertainment, life science and engineering industries, recently installed a new motion capture system equipped with Vicon's T160 16-megapixel cameras at central Paris-based Mocaplab.
TELETOON Canada announced its latest original production slate featuring kids’ comedies “Dr. Dimensionpants” and “Endangered Species” as well as fresh seasons of “Johnny Test,” “Detentionaire” and “Fugget About It.”
Fuel VFX delivered more than 200 complex visual effects shots for Ridley Scott’s sci-fi epic “Prometheus” as one of the three lead visual effects vendors on the film.
“Snow White and the Huntsman” features more than 270 visual effects shots created by international VFX company Pixomondo.
FremantleMedia Enterprises secures new distribution deals for its epic boy’s action-adventure series “Monsuno.”
Little Airplane’s “Small Potatoes” secures trio of new deals, and passes one million "likes" on Facebook.
Walt Disney Studios announces a touring exhibition of the art of "Frankenweenie," the new stop-motion feature from Tim Burton.
“Ultimate Spider-Man,” Disney XD’s #1 animated series, joins the Marvel Universe programming block for its second season.
Warner Bros. has officially opened its new $154.6 million UK studio, which previously housed the “Harry Potter” franchise.
Walt Disney Animation Studios presents an epic tale of adventure and comedy in “Frozen,” a computer-animated feature film slated for the big screen in November 2013.
Hasbro’s TONKA line of toy trucks is coming to the big screen in a fully animated motion picture to be produced by Sony Pictures Animation, Hasbro and Happy Madison Productions.
MPC Creative is bringing versatile and multi-talented directing collective Blac Ionica to the US for the first time.
Award-winning post house Company 3 provided sophisticated grading and post production services for Twentieth Century Fox's action thriller, “Prometheus.”
Shout! Factory, in partnership with entertainment industry veteran Fred Seibert, has acquired the wildly popular Video Time Machine iOS app from Original Victories.
In a move that consolidates its comedy department, 20th Century Fox TV’s Jonathan Davis has been promoted to executive vice president, comedy development and animation; senior vice president of animation Jennifer Howell will report to Davis.
Family animated tentpole “Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted” landed at the top of the domestic box office with a stand-out $60.4 million opening this weekend, beating the $50 million scored by Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic “Prometheus.”
Tonight’s closing ceremonies brought more than the jury selections of prize winning films as Serge Bromberg announced that after 14 years at the helm, he was stepping down as Annecy festival director.