The Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) and Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) today announced a joint call for submissions for the second annual WGA New Media Writing Awards.
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News Corp. COO Chase Carey said that the company is looking into the possibility of launching a digital network dedicated to THE SIMPSONS, reports The Los Angeles Times.
Classic Media, a media company with a portfolio of some of the world’s leading family entertainment brands, and RGH Entertainment, the animation development and production unit of Rubicon Group Holding (RGH), are proud to announce that Postman Pat will be making his big screen debut in ‘Postman Pat: The Movie – You Know You’re the One’.
FX has ordered 13 episodes of an animated comedy from the producers/writers of IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
SOURCE CODE will be getting a TV treatment from the Mark Gordon Company, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
Wuthering Heights is Andrea Arnold’s latest film based on Emily Bronte’s novel and was shot on location with cinematography by Robbie Ryan (Golden Lion Winner at Venice Film Festival 2011).
Pokémon fans across America will be marking their calendars for a special limited engagement theatrical event this holiday season. The newest full-length Pokémon feature film, Pokémon the Movie: White--Victini and Zekrom, is coming to movie theater screens across the U.S. for one weekend only: December 3rd and 4th, 2011!
Leading kids’ and family entertainment specialist, CAKE has been appointed as the distributor of multiple award-winning series, Pocoyo by global content creator and brand manager, Zinkia Entertainment.
Red hot pre-school property Everything’s Rosie will be making its Brand Licensing Europe debut at Stand C030 at this year’s event.
Right on the heels of ABC announcing its own BEAUTY AND THE BEAST series, The CW has announced the development of a new version of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, based on the 1980s series starring Ron Perlman and Linda Hamilton, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
Due to scheduling issues, Kevin Cosnter has had to drop out of Quentin Tarantino's DJANGO UNCHAINED, reports ComingSoon.net.
Stephen Moyer (TRUE BLOOD) will star in a horror film dealing with the Jersey Devil legend, titled THE BARRENS, reports Variety.
Pixeldust Studios, an Emmy and Telly Award winning digital animation and broadcast design studio which creates innovative animations and motion graphics for major broadcast and cable television clients, produced the full graphics package, including the opening main title sequence, for the recently aired, two part MSNBC TV special “Day of Destruction, Decade of War.”
It's seems it only had one life. The Hollywood Reporter writes that ABC Family has cancelled its freshman series THE NINE LIVES OF CHLOE KING.
Mark Rachesky, the top shareholder at Lionsgate, has been named co-chairman of the studio, reports Deadline.com.
Italy’s leading digital media conference has exceeded expectations once again with a line-up of outstanding filmmakers and computer graphics inventers, practitioners, and visionaries gathering in Italy for four days of inspirational talks, extraordinary educational workshops, and astounding visual and audio experiences.
At the Cartoon Forum tonight, Studio Soi's THE LITTLE BOY AND THE BEAST won the coveted Cartoon d'Or prize.
Moonscoop, the worldwide brand management and entertainment company representing properties from some of the leading animation producers across the globe, has signed a raft of pre-sales in advance of MIPCOM for the brand new CGI-animated second season of Casper’s Scare School (52x11’ or 26x22’).
Entertainment One (eOne) has confirmed broadcast and licensing plans for Spain, the latest market to roll-out the pre-school phenomena Peppa Pig – Diviértete con Peppa.
Kadokawa Pictures has announced that it will release Hiroyuki Okiura seven-years-in the-making A LETTER TO MOMO in 300 screens across Japan during the spring holiday of Golden Week, reports Variety.
Sci-fi legend Harlan Ellison has filed suit against New Regency and director Andrew Niccol in order to block the release of their film IN TIME, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
GenArts, Inc., the global leader in visual effects (VFX) software, and PixelFish.com, the leading provider of online video and marketing solutions for local businesses, today announced that GenArts will be the exclusive visual effects solution for PixelFish video advertising.
The two leading 2D animation software developers from Europe are sponsoring the Ottawa International Animation Festival and taking part in the prestigious Television Animation Conference. The United Kingdom’s CelAction and France’s TVPaint Développement re-affirmed today their commitment to supporting Canadian animation.