UtopiaPeople announces the launch of UtopiaBook, cloud-based system that works simultaneously as a booking tool, as well as a management and organizational hub.
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Ballistic issues a call for entries for the latest edition of the premier computer arts annual, “EXPOSÉ 11.”
The Oscar-nominated, Annie Award-winning short film, “Adam and Dog,” by Minkyu Lee, is released online in its full entirety.
Blacklist’s Tendril creates a haunting open for “The Art of The Pitch,” the inaugural Style Frames NY conference.
Great Guns teams with Artbox and agency AKQA create a new spot for Nike’s new Hypershield clothing and footwear line.
Framestore creates a 15-second animation that will be displayed on a cube screen in Time Square for Audible.com.
For her Super Bowl XLVII halftime show, Beyoncé collaborated with ThinkBreathLive to create an animated backdrop.
HIT Entertainment welcomes Michael Carrington as of Head of Content and Production, HIT Global Brands.
Take a journey down the Yellow Brick Road with the “Find Your Way to Oz” Chrome experiment, developed in collaboration with Disney and UNIT9 in anticipation of the upcoming film, “Oz The Great and Powerful.”
UCA grad, Mark Waring animates the short film “Captain Sparky v The Flying Saucers” for the DVD/Blu Ray release of “Frankenweenie.”
BBC Kids and FME Kids & Family division sign a five year deal that will see them develop and produce a continuous sequence of new programming.
STUDIO AKA completes the short film, “The Wool Parade,” which brings to life an installation created by Doshi Levien at the Kvadrat showroom in Stockholm.
New multi-platform venture will feature animated superhero TV series broadcast in more than 100 global markets, turbo-charged online content hub, and robust toy and consumer products line.
Sixteen South names HIP the exclusive worldwide distributor for its new preschool series, “Driftwood Bay.”
Framestore’s VFX work on “Lincoln” is all about assisting the filmmakers in an invisible way by recreating America as it was in 1865, ripped in two by civil war.