Sneak preview presentation at Disney’s El Capitan Theater with director Jon Favreau and visual effects supervisor Rob Legato unveils stunning live-action/CG hybrid environments and characters.
‘Stick Man,’ ‘Shaun The Sheep: The Movie’ and ‘Children of the Holocaust’ battle for honours in Best Long Form; ‘Clangers,’ ‘Hey Duggee’ and ‘Lily’s Driftwood Bay’ nominated in Best Preschool; ‘Amazing World of Gumball,’ ‘Scream Street’ and ‘Rastamouse’ lock horns for Best Children’s Series.
Compositions made from the visual rhythms of urban settings includes work from experimental animator Eric Dyer, Dutch animator Johan Rijpma, and Minnesota indie animator Caleb Wood.
Deadline for submissions to the Disney Art Challenge is April 15; public voting for 10 shortlisted entries takes place July 4-23.
Ultimate fan experience brings animated series to life with stand-up performances and a table read by the cast, audience Q&A, an exclusive sneak-peek at upcoming footage, and surprise celebrity guest appearance.
New series based on Tove Jansson’s beloved characters to be produced under Oscar-winning animation director Steve Box, who will also lead the writing team.
Oscar-nominated short film is awarded the Grand Prix at Anima 2016; Special Jury Award given to Japan’s Yoriko Mizushiri for ‘Maku.’
Five-week workshop for older teens, adults and seniors meets weekly from 7-9pm every Thursday in March in the Cartoon Art Museum’s temporary educational space in the Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center.
Cinesite delivers digital environments, digital make-up and prosthetics, decapitation and limb removal, crowds of computer generated rampaging zombies, and flashbacks to London burning during an attack for zombie-themed reimagined classic.
Led by VFX supervisor Wayne Brinton, Montreal studio delivers grotesque skin transformation, Helicarrier crash sequence, set extensions, and complex sequences requiring fire and embers for Tim Miller’s R-rated depiction of the Marvel Comics anti-superhero.
Oscar-winning cinematographer previously awarded in the ASC feature category for ‘Gravity’ and ‘Birdman.’
The award for Special Visual Effects went to ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ while the BAFTA for Animated Film went to ‘Inside Out,’ and the BAFTA for British Short Animation was presented to ‘Edmond.’
DC Comics universe blasts onto screens with Batman, Superman, the Justice League, the Green Lantern, and shows like ‘Ben 10’ and ‘Thundercats.’
Warner Bros.-based production shingle Hollywood Gang teams with Italian animation studio Rainbow Group to develop and produce a live-action feature inspired by the animated ‘Winx Club’ television series.
Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Transmedia to host director Mark Osborne and stop-motion creative director James Caliri as they discuss their successful blend of animation techniques in ‘The Little Prince.’
Paris-based broadcaster acquires exclusive free-to-air and basic pay-TV rights to DreamWorks Animation’s original TV series in France.
Former Troika EP with more than a decade of production experience spanning broadcast design, integrated content, traditional on-air spots, branded content, digital and social has worked with a wide range of brands.
VFX company’s third office opens its doors in Hell’s Kitchen led by executive producer Colleen Bachman.
CG-animated feature directed by ‘Despicable Me’ co-creator Sergio Pablos enters production at London-based VFX house’s animation division lodged in a new 54,000 square-foot studio located in downtown Montréal.
Digital artists Lawrence Jones and Jason Vega launch content creation studio in Hartford, CT; new studio’s first project is ‘Keep Moving’ spot for Orthopedic Associates of Hartford.
‘Inside Out’ takes best animated feature along with 11 other categories; Filme de Papel’s ‘Boy and the World’ wins best independent animated feature.