The Encounters Retrospective brings 20 short films from 20 years of Encounters Festival, setting the benchmark for creativity, diversity and impact in short film.
Conference to update Hollywood professionals on emerging “content technologies” and rollout progress for high dynamic range, color gamut, 4K, and UHD.
Governor Jerry Brown signs off on a deal that more than triples funding for California's film and TV tax-credit program to $330 million a year over the next five years.
‘Adventure Time’ Season 6 leads lineup with special screening and panel of voice actors Jake and Princess Bubblegum at FAN EXPO Canada.
The Sundance Film Festival rolls out a 95-minute program of animated shorts to theaters set to premiere at the Sundance Sunset Cinemas in Los Angeles on September 26, 2014, with more dates and cities to be announced in the coming weeks.
The sixth edition of the Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival to feature behind-the-scenes looks at the production of Adult Swim’s ‘Robot Chicken’ and LAIKA’s ‘The Boxtrolls.’
The new animated film from Hiroyuki Okiura and Tokyo-based anime powerhouse Production I.G. opens in select cities August 29.
ASIFA-East announces ‘THE POLISH SCHOOL OF ANIMATION: Next Generations 2,’ a retrospective of Polish animation from the last 60 years featuring work by Tomasz Bagiński, Anita Kwiatkowska, Jerzy Kucia and many more.
Three-part event celebrates the groundbreaking and immortal work of Winsor McCay and Walt Disney, concluding with a screening of Disney's ‘Fantasia.’
Dr. Alvy Ray Smith, Glen Keane and Tom McGrath highlight the 15th annual conference, Italy’s largest computer graphics conference, October 14-17.
From the Academy Award-nominated filmmakers of ‘The Secret of Kells,’ ‘The Song of the Sea’ opens theatrically December 19 in New York and Toronto.
Oscar-winning animator Bill Plympton’s foray into domestic love, lust and jealousy extends its Los Angeles theatrical run through August 28.
Strange Beast directing duo Kijek/Adamski unveil their latest project, an intricate-yet-elegant stop-motion promotional film for Western Australia’s Curtin University.
Danish non-profit to gather 12 artists for two weeks to design, animate, create and produce a short film expressing the heart of Habitat’s intention and community service.
The deadline for submissions to the Japan Image Council’s “Animation Artist in Residence Tokyo 2015” program is September 10, 2014.
The National Film Board of Canada teams with the Toronto International Film Festival to celebrate the 100th birthday of animation legend Norman McLaren with an outdoor program featuring seven short films set to live performances of original scores.
The Ottawa International Animation Festival celebrates the world’s most beloved, successful and pioneering animation studio with a series of screenings, talks and exhibitions with legendary Disney animators.
Shotgun Software holds the first-ever Pipeline Awards to honor excellence in pipeline tool development, integration, engineering and usage at the Shotgun User Group meeting held during SIGGRAPH 2014 in Vancouver.
Seventeen NFB films are selected to this year’s festival, including documentaries on Norman McLaren and Canadian cartoonist Seth.
Austin-based production company Rooster Teeth sells its anime-styled CG-animated web-series ‘RWBY’ to Warner Bros. Home Entertainment for distribution in Japan.
On the heels of this week’s news that VFX house LOOK Effects has closed its doors, moving staff and projects to MassMarket, a group of former employees issues an open letter in order to explain their side of events.
The conference in Vancouver continues with talks from ILM on ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ and LAIKA Studios on ‘The Boxtrolls’, along with tips and tricks from Sony Picture Imageworks, Double Negative and Framestore on the latest ray-tracing render techniques.