Vme Television partners with BRB Internacional on a long-term venture to provide top-quality international shows for children beginning with five animated series for preschoolers.
Brown Bag Films CEO to discuss the current climate, the necessity of innovation and the studio’s plans for the future at Manchester animation festival and conference.
Wizart Animation signs new international deals at the American Film Market for its film ‘The Snow Queen.’
Aspen Shortsfest is now accepting submissions with a regular entry deadline of November 21 for festival's International Competition, taking place April 7-12, 2015.
AWN correspondent Heather Kenyon takes a working vacation in Los Angeles for the third annual World Animation and VFX Summit, including the Opening Night Gala and two days of panels and discussions.
Presented in conjunction with the National Film Board of Canada, more than 62,000 people took part in over 80 events, ranging from exhibitions, screenings, workshops and performances at 41 venues in Stirling, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and across the rest of the U.K.
Director of Pixar’s ‘The Blue Umbrella’ will work closely with Passion technologists to tailor executions for the latest immersive and reactive content platforms.
Kidscreen unveils 18 new animation concepts from Australia, Malaysia, Korea, Thailand, Singapore and New Zealand that will be showcased the 2014 Asian Animation Summit.
DHX Media announces a collaboration with China National Television to release a new multi-platform children’s content platform.
The International Animation Film Market, held in conjunction with the Annecy International Animation Film Festival, issues a call for submissions to the 2015 pitch sessions.
Digital Domain co-founder Scott Ross and Columbia University Professor Steven Feiner to share expert insights into computer graphics and augmented reality at the 7th ACM SIGGRAPH Asia Conference and Exhibition running December 3-6 in Shenzhen, China.
International Animation Festival Chilemonos premieres a new image and opens a call for entries for the 2015 edition, taking place May 5-10.
We Think Things, founded by motion graphics artists and directors Pascal Monaco and Felix Mayer, signs with The Academy for commercial representation.
Editor Terry King helms the recently completed 13,000 SF Detroit-based flagship facility with a roster of talent tapped to cut national spots on location, from LA to NY.
Ahead of the Fall 2014 semester, USC School of Cinematic Arts installs OptiTrack motion capture and tracking systems in three key locations within the Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts.
Festival organizers announce public call for submission of animated films of all lengths; application deadline is February 1, 2015.
Festival showcases animated short films from over 40 countries in a variety techniques, including CG, stop motion, 2D digital, experimental and traditional hand-drawn animation.
‘The Looking Planet,’ directed by Eric Law Anderson, wins Best Animated Film at the 17th annual Savannah Film Festival.
U.K. animation duo Becky&Joe release the third installment of their ‘Don’t Hug Me, I’m Scared’ series.
Exhibit housed in The Old Operating Theatre in London Bridge features forty animations by students from the MA Character Animation program.
Second annual free, all-ages event to be held at the Old Mint Building in San Francisco’s Mint Plaza on Saturday, November 1, 2014.
Toei Animation will screen ‘Saint Seiya: Legend of Sanctuary’ at Lucca Comics and Games Festival in Italy before its nationwide release in February 2015.
Ridley Scott’s RSA Films teams with theatrical advertising company Wild Card to launch new venture geared towards the development of new forms of content and marketing for modern, global audiences.