VIZ Media launches Hello Kitty: Here We Go!, a new original title centered around the theme of travel.
DreamWorks Animation announces a new animated feature, Home, with two of the starring roles to be voiced by Steve Martin and Jennifer Lopez.
UK-based Union Visual Effects relocates to a larger facility in London’s Soho district; new studio also houses an advanced review theatre, featuring a 4K projector.
The movie that ushered in the new golden era at Disney is now out as a super special Diamond Edition.
Annoying Orange creator Dane Boedigheimer teams with Collective Digital Studio to launch additional animated series on the Daneboe YouTube channel, beginning with The Misfortune of Being Ned, Gusto Rules and the premiere of Thunder McWylde.
Watch Method Studios Chief Creative Officer Dan Glass talk about his work on Cloud Atlas at VIEW 2012.
ILM's Chief Creative Officer and Senior Visual Effects supervisor John Knoll kicks off the VIEW Conference on October 15.
Forbes writer Scott Mendelson redefines his argument surrounding the glut of mid-summer animated features, noting that the majority of animated features made in the U.S. are specifically targeted at younger children and fashioned in a manner to appeal to that specific demographic.
Framestore's Tim Webber explains the unique workflow in Alfonso Cuaron's space adventure about floating in zero gravity.
Director Guillermo del Toro releases a new book, Cabinet of Curiosities: My Notebooks, Collections, and Other Obsessions, available October 29.
Universal Pictures announces that Ted 2 will be released on Friday, June 26, 2015, with Seth MacFarlane to return as writer, director and co-star.
The character first introduced in a 1991 Sega video game will be CG animated in a new series kicking off on Cartoon Network and French TV fall 2014.
CG Society and The Foundry ask artists to bring a sci-fi hover bike 3D model by the famous designer Harald Belker to life for the 2013 Mari Texture Challenge.
ITV Studios and Pukeko Pictures reveal the voice cast for Thunderbirds Are Go! , which includes David Graham and Rosamund Pike.
Women In Animation hosts “Women Write Royal,’ a panel with all four woman writers on the Disney Junior series, Sofia the First, on Thursday, October 24, at the Animation Guild in Burbank.
London-based commercial editorial house Alex Hagon re-launches as Circus, opening a new office in New York’s Chelsea district led by Jono Griffith; Susanne Kelly handles east coast sales and Cristina Matracia continues to serve as producer.
David Vandervoort’s short film Pinched, produced by Titmouse, Inc., lands on the Apple iTunes marketplace.
The 2013 edition of Italy’s VIEW Conference and VIEWFest highlights storytelling in all its forms, with presentations from filmmakers, animators, visual effects artists, and game and transmedia developers.
Al Jean, executive producer of [i]The Simpsons[/i], reveals plans to kill off a character in the season ahead.