Electronic Arts announces change in executive leadership; Larry Probst appointed Executive Chairman.
16th Holland Animation Film Festival, taking place from the 20 to 24 of March 2013 in Utrecht, announces guest programmer René Windig to present “Felix the Cat.”
Brad Anderson turns to ArsenalFX to deliver a pulse-quickening pursuit of an evasive kidnapper in “The Call.”
“It wouldn’t be the first time a labor of love arrived stillborn.” That was the closing line to a 1980s article about animator Richard Williams’ long-gestating animated feature The Thief and the Cobbler.
The Cartoon Art Museum announces the premiere screening of Peter S. Beagle's nationwide theatrical re-release tour for “The Last Unicorn.”
Focal Press releases “Face It,” an exploration of human character modeling and animation by Patricia Beckmann-Wells and Senior Character Artist Scott Wells.
Disney executive Nikki Reed is named Senior Vice President, Programming & Development at The Hub Network.
What a treat to watch this DVD on a big screen TV, comfy couch, warm slippers, hot popcorn and trusty bottle of Makers Mark in hand.
The VFX community calls for an international Town Hall meeting on “Pi Day,” March 14, 2013 with events in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver, Austin, and online.
Creative collective Poetica’s beautifully monochromatic spec film for Trek Bicycles bares the distinct look and feel of a surreal mindscape.
Disney Channels Worldwide presents plan to build on its strength at annual meeting with advertisers; Disney XD booms, expands its popular Marvel Universe Block; Disney Channel grows with original movies, live action and animated series, and exciting new cartoon shorts starring Mickey Mouse.
Brown Bag Films announces digital plans and adds Internet entrepreneur Dylan Collins to its board of directors.
Lucasfilm announces that its animated series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" is ending and that a new series is in development.
Syfy greenlights an originally scripted series, “Helix,” to be produced by Sony Pictures Television for 2013.
G.B. Hajim’s “Strange Frame,” featuring the voices of Tim Curry and George Takei, will debut on DVD March 19.
Academy Award-nominated animator Bill Plympton creates “Film Noir,” a short film “Couch Gag” for an-all new episode of “The Simpsons” on FOX.
Personal insights alongside newly released concept art from Disney's Lorelay Bove, visdev artist on Wreck-It Ralph.