Massive changes in entertainment programming and distribution leave no doubt the Digital Revolution is sweeping the globe.
Two sisters desperately race to overcome their fears and the magical powers that separate them in Disney’s Snow Queen-inspired animated adventure.
The directors of Comedy Central’s sophomore animated hit have found comedy gold in the hills of a dysfunctional national park.
Underneath all the visual design, digital effects and filmmaking technology lies the artistry of the animated performance.
The legendary 3-time Oscar winning animator kicked off his interactive exhibition with a mesmerizing lecture.
Framestore's Tim Webber explains the unique workflow in Alfonso Cuaron's space adventure about floating in zero gravity.
Double Negative's Jody Johnson describes the unique VFX collaboration in Ron Howard's racing biopic.
Manitoba’s Opus VFX tackles 3-D electric bolts and Lady Liberty’s destruction in Metallica’s new music-driven feature film.
The two first time directors sound off on the rigors and joys of bringing a big time animated sequel to the screen.
Mokko Studio brings vicious dog-like jackals to life, alongside some nasty looking mud demons, in David Twohy’s Riddick.
The next set of must / might see animated and visual effects-driven movies coming to theatres this fall.
Former Pixar alums create an animated, AI and speech recognition-based interactive iPad app for kids.
Nordin Rahhali discusses the challenge of animating creatures for the latest Pitch Black sequel directed by David Twohy and starring Vin Diesel.
The long-time DisneyToon Studios production exec discusses the rigors and pressures of bringing Planes to the screen.
VFX Supervisor Richard R. Hoover discusses our favorite little blue friends, plus a CG cat, warm-gray Naughties and a tight Paris location shoot.
The legendary indie animator talks about his brand new film and the Kickstarter campaign that saved the production.
After merging with The Foundry, can Luxology and their new release compete with Maya, Softimage and Lightwave?
Artist Dave Bullock opens up about Beware the Batman.