Dolby Digital in San Francisco and Karl Cohen hosted the last Bay Area Oscar Tour screening for ASIFA San Francisco members. The filmmakers greeted ASIFA members in the lobby and talk about their films before the screening began. Marcy Page, producer of Wild Life, joined us for the evening.
Tool Director/DP Robert Richardson took home the Academy Award for Best Cinematography for Martin Scorsese's 3-D film “Hugo” at last night's 84th annual Academy Awards.
Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific today announced plans for the world’s first Cartoon Network-themed waterpark, to be located in idyllic Bang Saray, near Pattaya, on the East Coast of Thailand.
Pixomondo VFX Supervisor Ben Grossmann and Pixomondo Digital Effects Supervisor Alex Henning – along with Hugo’s Visual Effects Supervisor Rob Legato and Special Effects Supervisor Joss Williams – earned the Best Visual Effects Oscar for work on Martin Scorsese’s 3D epic adventure, “Hugo.”
Animated series Chuck Chicken, a co-production between Neptuno Films, Animasia and Agogo, has been acquired for the Indian sub-continent by Nickelodeon India.
Independent films captured 17 Oscars at the 84th Academy Awards, including a Best Picture victory by “The Artist.”
Season three of "Eastbound & Down" has Kenny Powers back on the mound in Myrtle Beach. Now he’s back as K-Swiss CEO.
th1ng Corp., the award-winning British production company, is expanding with a New York production office and studio in Soho.
In this episode of Red Giant TV, director Seth Worley shows you how to create a Sandstorm effect, inspired by “Mission Impossible 4.”
Imira Entertainment, Spain’s leading production and distribution company specializing in youth programming, is set to launch the innovative interactive component of “Lucky Fred” alongside the new series at MIPTV 2012.
Walden Media, the company behind the "Chronicles of Narnia" franchise adaptation, is moving ahead on development of "Rex Libris."
20th Century Fox has released this new promotional video featurette for their fourth Ice Age film, “Ice Age: Continental Drift,” and it's a parody of the Academy Award Nominated film “The Artist.”
Friday is here and we continue at Pixar with the third and last day of our Bay Area tour. It is another gorgeous day as we drive onto the Emeryville campus.
On Wednesday 28 March 2012 the fifteenth edition of the Holland Animation Film Festival (HAFF) takes off.
RareForm Pictures recently completed “Wallenda,” a VFX heavy short film that is currently making its way through the 2012 film festival circuit.
Salma Hayek has teamed up with the Doha Film Institute and Participant Media to adapt Khalil Gibran’s classic novel The Prophet into an animated feature.
Viacom International Media Networks Asia, a division of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB) today announced Nick Jr.’s launch in Thailand through GMM Grammy, the country’s largest entertainment and media conglomerate group.
Production and post production company ShootersNYC has officially moved into its permanent offices in New York’s Flatiron district at 156 Fifth Avenue.
Dover Studios announced the release of its latest visual effects training video, “Maya Advanced Surface Materials,” a practical guide to creating shading networks in Autodesk Maya.
Motion graphics production company ROGER recently united with snackaholic, inc. to create the show open and graphics package for "It Gets Better," an MTV special documenting the struggles of today's LGBT teens.
Technicolor Digital Productions’ animation group has appointed Kristy Scanlan as its VP of business development.
Highlights for FMX 2012 include Martin Scorsese's 3D adventure “Hugo,” TV series “Game of Thrones” and “Bones,” and games such as “Mass Effect 3” and “The Witcher 2.”