Multi-Academy Award-winning digital production company Digital Domain has added depth to its roster with the recent hiring of veteran visual effects supervisor Carey Villegas.
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David Fury (TV's BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER) has joined the writing staff of FRINGE, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. (Nasdaq:DWA), Paramount Pictures and Zynga (www.zynga.com) today announced a new in-game item and quest for players of the popular game CityVille to promote the opening of Kung Fu Panda 2, which debuts in theaters on Thursday, May 26th.
Stephen Fry is heading to New Zealand to join THE HOBBIT, writes Peter Jackson on his Facebook page.
Syfy has acquired both seasons (26 episodes) of the hit Canadian supernatural drama Lost Girl from Prodigy Pictures, it was announced today by Thomas Vitale, Executive Vice President, Programming and Original Movies, Syfy.
In March of 2010, Janimation, Inc. was chosen to re-design the international brand standard for Mexico City based, Grupo Bimbo. The iconic Bimbo Bear came to life at the Dallas based production house with the loving hands of Animation Director, Greg Punchatz at the helm of the Janimation team.
The internet radio stream Toon Radio (toonradio.net) proudly introduces three brand new animation talk shows to its streams.
A new 30-second spot for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, produced by Charged Studios, challenges the phrase “Guns don’t kill people, people do.”
Distribution360 will be at the LA Screenings from May 17-24 to meet with potential buyers from domestic and international markets. The company’s slate includes over 200 hours of content across all genres.
12 students from nine U.S. colleges and universities and three students from outside the U.S. have been selected as winners in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 38th Annual Student Academy Awards competition.
Zoic Studios announced today that Raoul Bolognini has been promoted to Executive Producer, Feature Films.
Artist owned and operated bi-coastal effects boutique Brickyard VFX recently worked on a new campaign for Volkswagen via Deutsch LA. Brickyard provided compositing, beauty work and color correction throughout the campaign.
Leading visual effects software developer, The Foundry (www.thefoundry.co.uk), has ranked 54th in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 100. Published May 8th, the second annual The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s private companies with the fastest-growing international sales.
Click 3X, provided their full-service creative and editorial operation to provide all design, animation, graphics, editorial and color correction for the project.
Veteran EP merges his live action company, Space Program, into Curious as the studio announces the opening of an office in L.A.
As the Fiat 500 rolls off the assembly line and into US showrooms, director Mark Kudsi of commercial production company Motion Theory is upping the excitement with a kinetic branded music video that tells the story of Fiat owner and car preparing to meet each other.
Entity FX has created visual effects for the series finale of Smallville. The work, which included nearly 80 visual effects to help bring the program's characters and story arc to a close, caps off Entity FX's nine consecutive years of developing and delivering all visual effects for the popular teen Superman-themed show.
This multimedia exhibit includes character design drawings, animation keyframes & concept art, photos by Allen Ginsberg, storyboards, animatics, and images from Drooker’s graphic novel version of the poem.
Toon Boom announces its withdrawal from MIFA, due to a fundamental disagreement with the organizers. The executive team will be embarking on a Harmony Launch Tour throughout Europe in June.
Fox has released a teaser trailer for their midseason 2012 animated series Napoleon Dynamite. The series, based on the 2004 cult classic film of the same name, teams the original cast behind the lineup of odd-duck characters.
CTP is software specifically designed for broadcast and film quality animated series production. To run the CTP just a standard Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 computer, a simple scanner and a graphics tablet are needed to produce animated series in broadcast-, high-definition- or film resolutions.