Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific’s Toonami is slated to launch in Thailand on January 14, 2015
The Hollywood Post Alliance announces the lineup for the HPA Tech Retreat taking place February 9th to the 13th in Palm Springs.
ITFS 2015 program highlights to include stop motion specialists Anna Solanas and Marc Riba, as well as an exploration of the work of Spanish stop motion pioneer Segundo de Chomón.
Framestore hires executive producer Luis Ribeiro to oversee business development for integrated advertising in New York.
Nexus Interactive Arts will debut FutureVille, an interactive installation created by director Jim le Fevre, as part of The Science Museum’s exhibition Engineer Your Future.
Portfolio Entertainment announces international broadcast sales for ‘Cat In The Hat Knows A Lot About That!’ and ‘The Cat In The Hat Knows a Lot About Christmas!’'
An almost-complete copy of ‘Empty Socks,’ starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, has been discovered by the National Library of Norway.
U.K. directorial duo Alasdair Brotherson and Jock Mooney create a festive new video for Coca-Cola USA.
Award-winning industry vets Kymber Lim, Dan Schrecker, Dan Levitan and Marshall Krasser push visual effects expertise into the newly-formed Psyop Film & Television division.
With a special spotlight on projects from Latvia and The Netherlands, the 2015 edition of the Brussels International Animation Film Festival will be held February 13-22.
‘Kung Fu Panda’ director Mark Osborne helms the CG/stop-motion hybrid film adaptation, due to be released in France on October 7, 2015.
Turner’s second flagship kids brand returns to the region, complete with new look and first-run content.
Five-title animation package of more than 80 hours of children’s content destined for Thailand, Laos and Myanmar.
Leading industry professionals share top-notch innovations at Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center.
Japan’s leading animation studio maximizes internal computing resources with Deadline, Thinkbox Software’s customizable render management solution.
Alex Pejic, Stephane Nazé, Nigel Denton-Howes and Oscar-winner George Murphy join Framstore’s London and Montreal film offices.
Claude Joli-Coeur is appointed Government Film Commissioner and Chair of the National Film Board of Canada for a term of five years.