Fettle Animation’s BBC series, ‘Children of the Holocaust,’ set to screen at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival in June.
New interactive projects for Google’s Spotlight Stories to include work from ‘Wallace and Gromit’ producers Aardman, ‘Feast’ director Patrick Osborne, ‘Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends’ creator Shannon Tindle, and ‘Furious 7’ director Justin Lin.
9 Story Media Group licenses second season of award-winning preschool series ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood’ to Disney Junior Latin America.
Live-action/animation hybrid short by Owen Rixon to compete for the prestigious McLaren Award at the 69th Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Season two of award-winning series from Tat Productions and Master Films headed to France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Poland, Lithuania, Quebec, the Middle East, Indonesia and New Zealand.
The Jim Henson Company promotes Blanca Lista to Vice President of Feature Film Production overseeing the Company’s feature film development slate for live action, animation and puppet features.
Annecy International Animation Film Festival gives ladies top billing in 2015, with great support by WIA on all levels of participation.
Quebec government is lending Montreal-based visual effects studio $1 million to expand its operations, part of a $4 million investment.
Animation strand at the 69th edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival to spotlight British stop motion animator Barry Purves and American cult-favorite Ralph Bakshi.
Croatia’s Museum of Contemporary Art unveils the 2015 edition of Animation Goes MSU! with site-specific animations from international artists such as Max Hattler, Simona Galizia and Nikki Schuster.
Cartoon Saloon also receives the award for best animated short with ‘Somewhere Down The Line,’ written and directed by Julien Regnard.
Private U.K. equity firm HgCapital to assume majority ownership from The Carlyle Group in a deal valued at $312 million.
Director Hiromasa Yonebayashi discusses his latest heroines, 2D animation and the future of Japan’s famed Studio Ghibli.
2D-animated diploma film by Gwenn Germain uses Studio Ghibli founder Hayao Miyazaki, designer and concept artist Syd Mead, and French comic illustrator Jean “Mœbius” Giraud as influences.
Chief creative officer John Lasseter hosts a detailed two-hour presentation on the upcoming slate of Disney/Pixar animated films at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
Malaysian 2D animated series slated to air in August 2015 on Disney Channel in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Sydney and Los Angeles-based visual effects and animation studio expands into Vancouver with three-picture deal with Warner Bros. beginning with ‘The LEGO Movie Sequel.’
Award-winning preschool series co-produced by Vivement Lundi! and Gaumont Animation begins broadcasting on Canal+ Family.
9 Story Media Group licenses ‘Get Ace’ and ‘Nerds and Monsters’ to Globosat’s Brazilian children’s TV channel Gloob Brazil.