Industry luminaries and renowned artists conceptualize the future of videogames; exhibit opens June 10.
Drafthouse Films releases the first U.S. trailer for Ari Folman’s ‘The Congress,’ which will be made available on iTunes and On Demand July 24, followed by a limited theatrical release on August 29.
Twentieth Century Fox releases the first official trailer for ‘Book of Life,’ the animated romantic comedy set during the Mexican holiday of the Day of the Dead.
Bringing more than a decade of business development experience, Carlos Penny joins Oishii Creative as Head of Business Development.
House of Cool hires Russell Ward as SVP Marketing & Business Development in charge of launching the company’s new proprietary interactive publishing platform called Massively.
Chairman of Entertainment Kevin Reilly announces that he will depart Fox Broadcasting Company by the end of June.
New management firm launched by former Superfad managing director offers multi-disciplinary talent & integrated production solutions.
Entertainment branding agency bolsters talent with new creative spaces in New York & Los Angeles, adding Heidi Erney as Executive Producer and Janice Walbrink as Director of Business Development.
Composer Michael Giacchino is set to score Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ -- his second collaboration with director Pete Docter following 2009’s ‘Up.’
Genius Brands International redesigns signature Baby Genius brand characters as part of overall brand re-launch in 2014; character illustrations created by celebrated ‘David & Goliath’ founder and artist Todd Goldman.
Bicoastal creative collective /Wildchild/+bonch announces the addition of new creative talent, including Editors Deirdre Bell, Charlie Cusumano, Keith Olwell and Michael Sullivan, Creative Director David Winkfield, Managing Director Scott Spanjich and Senior Producer Val McAndrews.
Pixar releases the synopsis for its highly -anticipated 'Inside Out,' directed by Pete Docter, which features a star-studded cast as the emotions of a young girl.
The in-progress preview of Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, an animated adaptation of the classic book of poetry produced as a passion project by actress Salma Hayek, makes headlines at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
Tickle your senses and amaze your eyes with Animation Breakdown’s ‘Technicolor Toons,’ a one-night-only screening of 35mm Technicolor cartoons from the ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s presented by animation historian Jerry Beck.
Three years into the project that many had been anticipating based solely upon his involvement, director Edgar Wright exist Marvel’s ‘Ant-Man.’
As production begins in Michigan, Warner Bros. unveils the title of its previously untitled Batman-Superman feature: Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.
CalArts pays tribute to alumnus John Lasseter with an honorary doctorate for his outstanding achievements in animated feature filmmaking.
Award-winning production company Tool announces the addition of Robert Helphand to its commercial team as Executive Producer of Live Action.
The Third Floor’s previs supervisor discusses the extensive use of previs, techvis and postvis on Sony’s latest superhero hit.
Race into summer with the Disney Movies Anywhere premiere of Radiator Springs 500 1/2,’ an exciting first installment in the "Tales from Radiator Springs" series.
Paris’ NAKED Compagnie and New York’s ROOF Studio team up in the Cloud to produce a prolific series of eight second CG bumpers.
In conjunction with the Society of Illustrator’s "Icons of Animation" exhibit, Bill Plympton, Peter de Seve and William Joyce participate in a panel discussion, “The Art of Illustration,” on June 4, 2014.