Geographical Region: Asia
Malaysia’s Young Jump Animation announces the company’s first children’s animated co-production venture, “Pumpkin Reports.”
At an auction for assets from Digital Domain Media Group, China’s Beijing Galloping Horse wins the bid for the animated film “The Legend of Tembo.”
Faceware Technologies signs two reseller agreements to aggressively target Japan and China with its facial motion capture technology.
The first annual Asian Animation Summit presents 36 new animated TV projects from producers in Australia, Malaysia, Korea and Singapore.
Post house Company 3 and Hong Kong VFX company Centro utilize remote technology to allow Company 3's Stefan Sonnenfeld to grade a thrilling, VFX-filled Halloween-themed spot for the Haunted Halloween attraction at Disneyland, Hong Kong.
e frontier's “Shade 3D for Unity” software will be free and available through the Mac App Store November 2012
Polygon Pictures forms a partnership with Malaysia's Silver Ant to establish a new joint venture, Silver Ant PPI.
Studio Ghibli’s “From Up On Poppy Hill” is nominated for a 2012 Asia Pacific Screen Award for best animated feature film.
Hasbro Studios signs a production agreement with Malaysia's Vision Animation and Australia's Moody Street Kids.
Toei Animation will introduce “Driland,” its newest animated series based on the hit social game, at MIPCOM 2012.
Digital Domain Media Group wins court approval to sell its business to a partnership of Chinese and Indian film companies.
Yash Raj Films to release next installment of India's blockbuster action franchise in IMAX Theatres.
Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific, Inc. is set to expand its kids’ entertainment portfolio with the launch of Toonami.
A new free app starring Cartoon Network’s favorite action hero has shot straight to the top of the iTunes Store, achieving almost half a million downloads in its first month.
Animator LeSean Thomas speaks at TEDxSinchon about his experience moving to Seoul to work in South Korea’s animation industry.
eOne Family secures a series of acquisitions from major broadcasters across Asia for Peppa Pig and other shows in its portfolio of children’s programming.