Right Stuf has launched 5 Points Pictures, a new division with a focus on the distribution of eclectic live-action programming.
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Leading kids’ and family entertainment specialist CAKE has today announced the appointment of Helen Blayney as VP of International Sales, alongside two internal promotions within the sales team.
Production company Digital Frontier used thinkingParticles, one of the flagship VFX products developed by cebas Visual Technology, to create the visual effects for Japan’s 3D computer-animated CG film, “TEKKEN Blood Vengeance 3D.”
iPi Soft, LLC, announced that iPi Motion Capture Version 2.0 -- the next generation in the company’s scalable line of markerless motion capture technology -- is scheduled for availability in Spring 2012.
The deadline for submissions to Hiroshima 2012, the 14th International Animation Festival in Japan, is April 1, 2012.
Classic Media announced that it has inked a range of new deals across the Asia-Pacific region, placing over 1,200 hours of programming with Free & Pay TV and Home Entertainment partners, as well as increasing the catalogue’s presence on IPTV platforms.
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.
Animated series Chuck Chicken, a co-production between Neptuno Films, Animasia and Agogo, has been acquired for the Indian sub-continent by Nickelodeon India.
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.
Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific has appointed 19-year industry veteran Glen Bartlett as its creative director.
Toei Animation is celebrating the 25th year of its perennial series, Saint Seiya, by introducing a brand new television series to global buyers this spring.
Rango, recognized with awards in four categories, is the night's most honored project A surprise appearance by Martin Scorsese is one of evening's highlights.
CCTV ANIMATION, INC., along with production partners Dalian Tsanghao Digital Technology Co., Foxfield Entertainment, and Studio CHOPS, announce the production of Mr. Dragon’s Park, a 26-episode preschool series already in production for delivery in early 2013.
Sony’s deputy president Kazuo Hirai will succeed Howard Stringer as president and CEO of Sony Corp. effective April 1.
The date for the 12th Japanese Film Festival Nippon Connection in Frankfurt am Main is set: From May 2-6, 2012, the biggest festival for Japanese cinema worldwide will once more present more than 100 of the latest Japanese short and feature films.
Top Japanese distributor Toho is entering a joint venture called My Theater D.D., which will stream its films on the Web, reports Variety.
Digital Domain Media Group, Inc. (NYSE: DDMG), a leading digital production company focused on visual effects, original content animation and major studio co-productions, today launched its expansion into the high growth China film market with the announcement of the company's first strategic partnership in China.
IMAX Corporation (NYSE: IMAX; TSX: IMX) and Bona Film Group (Nasdaq: BONA), a leading film distributor in China, today announced that the 3D martial arts motion picture Flying Swords of Dragon Gate will be released in China, in the immersive IMAX 3D format beginning Thursday, December 15.
Rendering is always the most expensive part of any production. That is why savvy and expanding Chinese 3D animation outsourcing company, Original Force, chose the top full service render farm management company, PipelineFX, and their software, Qube!, to organize and optimize their rapidly growing rendering pipeline.
Leading rights management group Target Entertainment has signed a number of new broadcast deals for Novel Entertainment’s Horrid Henry (156 x 11’) including a prestigious Asian deal following ATF.
DHX Media, a leading international producer and distributor of television programming and interactive content, has signed a raft of deals from its catalogue of kids entertainment with broadcasters in Asia as it prepares to attend this year’s Asia Television Forum.