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41st Annual Saturn Awards Headline News

‘Interstellar,’ ‘The Winter Soldier’ Lead 2015 Saturn Award Noms

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ and ‘Interstellar’ lead nominations for the 41st Annual Saturn Awards with 11 and 10 nominations, respectively; ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ follows with nine nominations.

Television Headline News

One Animation Launches ‘Oddbods,’ Expands Biz Dev Team

New sketch-based CG-animated comedy series lands on Disney XD in the U.S. and the popular PTDR cartoon slot on the Canal+ Kids channel Télétoon+ in France.

Film London Headline News

Film London Spotlights Local Animation Scene with U.S. Execs

In an effort to encourage international co-production, representatives from FreemantleMedia Enterprises, Marvel Television, Cinema Management Group, Tricon Kids and PBS travel to the British capital in a three-day “familiarization” trip.

Genius Brands International Headline News

Genius Brands Int’l Announces New Broadcast, Licensing Partners

Genius Brands International expands its global distribution with new international broadcast, home entertainment and digital licensing partners for ‘Thomas Edison’s Secret Lab’ and ‘Stan Lee’s Mighty 7.’

Bill Plympton Headline News

New Trailer & Poster Released for Bill Plympton’s ‘Cheatin’

Plympton’s latest hand-drawn feature kicks off its New York theatrical run on Friday, April 3, followed by a national roll-out with stops in Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, Minneapolis, Denver, Portland and other cities.

Bazillion Pictures Headline News

Bazillion Pictures Celebrates Kansas City History with 3D Projection Mapping Spectacle

Full-service boutique’s animation, visual FX & motion graphics talent tapped to create a digital journey that brings the rich history of Kansas City’s iconic Union Station building to life.

HAFF 2015 Headline News

HAFF Announces 2015 Int’l Selections

Feature selections include Studio Ghibli’s ‘When Marnie Was There’ and Aardman’s ‘Shaun the Sheep The Movie’; short film selections include Steven Woloshen’s ‘1000 Plateaus’ and Piotr Dumala’s ‘Hipopotamy.’

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