The 2014 Grand Prize for Best Animated Feature is given to ‘Seth’s Dominion’ by Luc Chamberland at the Ottawa International Animation Festival; ‘Hipopotamy’ by Piotr Dumala wins the Nelvana 2014 Grand Prize for Best Short Animation.
Peter Chernin to produce the feature with Jenno Topping, who is overseeing the development with Mattel.
Reel FX utilizes Pipeline FX’s Qube! for VFX on the Guillermo Del Toro-produced feature, The Book of Life.
Alexander Armstrong to voice Danger Mouse, Kevin Eldon to voice Penfold, and Dave Lamb joins the cast as ‘The Narrator.’
Sony Pictures Animation releases an animation test for director Genndy Tartakovsky's forthcoming CG-animated feature, ‘Popeye.’
Aardman Animations and the British Council are partnering to help children around the world learn English with the stars of Shaun the Sheep and Timmy Time.
Warner Home Video and Adult Swim announce the release of the first season of Rick and Morty on Blu-ray and DVD October 7.
Corus Entertainment appoints Athena Georgaklis as its director of content for TELETOON, where she’ll oversee content development, acquisitions and production for the network’s English and French channels.
The creators of Adult Swim’s new serial-killing dog animated series discuss their particular brand of canine hijinx and mayhem.
The Boxtrolls – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is available on CD September 23, 2014 from Black Lot Music.
Grant Gish, the executive who helped develop ‘Bob’s Burgers’ and ‘American Dad,’ is promoted to Fox TV’s Vice President of Animation.
Latvian Oscar committee lauds the film’s "international language, intimate story, and the director's courage to look at serious personal issues."
The Jim Henson Company expands the role of the newly appointed Global VP Richard Goldsmith with the addition of the company’s international consumer products business.
The Oscar-winning director discusses her film about a special bike and the difficulties of being honest in our closest relationships.
Sitting through David OReilly’s digital punk animations feels a wee bit like the non-stop hallucinations of your last journey on mushrooms.
Based on a story by children’s book author Nancy Guettier, stop-motion animated short centers around a young boy named Julian who takes a fantastic adventure to Mars.