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Headline News Imagineer Bringing mocha Pro 4 to IBC 2014

Presentations from industry professionals Martin Brennand, Lars Wemmje and Ben Brownlee Heusner to showcase brand-new mocha Pro 4, along with an exclusive preview of the newest features to be released in version 4.1.

Headline News Holland Animation Film Festival Issues Call for Entries

Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2015, HAFF is the largest animation film festival of the Netherlands highlighting films from art-house and commercial to cartoons and 3D.

Headline News Splash Entertainment Launches Feature Film Division

The company's first big screen project will be ‘Norm of the North,’ an animated feature about a fun-loving polar bear featuring the voice talents of Rob Schneider and Heather Graham.

Headline News VIEW Conference Unveils 2014 Lineup

Highlights of the 2014 VIEW Conference include presentations of the Disney short ‘Feast’ by director Patrick Osborne, Sony Pictures Animation’s ‘The Smurfs’ by art director Marcelo Vignali, and ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’ by VFX supervisor Stefen Fangmeier.

Headline News New ‘Boxtrolls’ Featurette Examines ‘Nature of Creation’

The creative team behindThe Boxtrolls’ releases a new featurette that reveals how they brought fire, water and earth into their intricate stop-motion animation world. 

Headline News Amazon to Debut Preschool Series ‘Tumble Leaf’

Amazon debuts seven brand-new episodes of its Annecy International Festival award-winning series, ‘Tumble Leaf,’ on Prime Instant Video on Friday, September 5.

Headline News mOcean Helps Usher In ‘The Simpsons’ On FXX

Entertainment creative agency contributes to the launch campaign for the arrival of ‘The Simpsons’ on FXX, which kicked off on August 21st with a 12-day marathon of the show's complete 25-year catalogue.

Headline News Disney’s ‘Big Hero 6’ to Premiere at 2014 VIEW Conference

Full lineup announced for the 15th annual VIEW Conference, including presentations of Disney’s new short ‘Feast,’ Marvel’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ and Paramount and Nickelodeon’s ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.’

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