London-based visual effects company expands its commercial output with CG animation studio behind the animated visual sculpture for the 2015 Chemical Brothers’ tour.
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Director Rok Predin uses MAXON Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects to create an homage to the 1990s with the isometric look of early 16-bit video games such as ‘Street Fighter’ and ‘Sim City.’
Kim Libreri, CTO, and Ray Davis, Unreal Engine GM, from Epic Games, talk about opportunities for Unreal Engine in VR.
Company hires industry veteran Nicolas Atlan as President of Animation, and Terry Kalagian as Vice President, Creative for Animation.
Marc Weigert, CEO of Uncharted Territory, talks about economic realities, production strategies and the inherent difficulties in making a good VFX-driven film.
Licensing agent TLC to build and manage the cable network’s original animated properties – including the newly-rebooted ‘Powerpuff Girls’ -- across France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Benelux.
VFX artists Leo Weston, Richard Russell, James Dooley and Lorenzo Newell create a viral video sensation in their spare time.
Max Solomon, an animation supervisor at Framestore, discusses his work as on 'Jupiter Ascending' and 'Gravity.'
Tasked with the creation of the film’s main character, an artificially intelligent android named Ava, VFX supervisor Andrew Whitehurst and the DNeg team helped make the low-budget sci-fi feature one of the standout movies of the year.
New service offered as a supplement to the existing line-up of perpetual licenses is designed to meet the challenges of production environments.
Director Junior Martinez creates a poetic and unnerving music video for ‘Sweet 84,’ from composers Joe Wilson and Tom Kingston’s self-titled debut album.
Filmakademie graduate and Disney/Pixar Character TD Tanja Krampfert discusses the creation of Joy in ‘Inside Out,’ while DoP Patrick Lin illuminates the special camera set-up designed to parallel the main character’s emotional journey.
Joe Letteri, senior VFX supervisor and studio director at Weta Digital, discusses the use of digital characters and virtual production technology on the three 'Hobbit' films.
World's first real-time, high fidelity live performance system is driven by groundbreaking computer vision.
Thirteen films, 23 series and three gaming and special projects selected to participate in the 10th anniversary edition of international co-production marketplace running April 28th & 29th alongside the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film and FMX 2016.
French animation powerhouse teams with Simon & Schuster, Universal Music Publishing and Startling Music for the TV adaptation of the book ‘Octopus's Garden,’ based on the famous song written and sung by Ringo Starr.
French/Belgium co-production ‘A Town Called Panic: Return to School,’ directed by Vincent Patar and Stéphane Aubier, was awarded the Grand Prize for a short film, and also took home the Audience Award for ages 12-17.
Japan’s ‘Track’ by Tochka, Kazue Monno and Takeshi Nagata, wins the Grand Prix award in the non-narrative short category; ‘Cafard,’ directed by Jan Bultheel, is awarded the Grand Prix for feature animation; Nina Gantz wins the Grand Prix award in the student film category for ‘Edmond.’
BAFTA-nominated directors create a series of animated shorts aimed at an audience of 12-18 year-olds to help build awareness and tackle relationship abuse in all its forms.
Animated special produced by Lupus Films and Walker Productions and distributed by Union Media secures significant overseas deals in Australia, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
Ubisoft announces ongoing record sell-through sales for ‘Tom Clancy’s The Division,’ which has grossed more than $330 million worldwide in its first five days.
Official selections include 54 short films in competition -- 34 percent of them made by women -- out of nearly 2,700 submissions, with France, Belgium, Canada and Germany leading the pack.
Films nominated for the Grand Prix for Best Dutch Animation at HAFF 2016 are ‘Andrej’ by Julia Veldman c, ‘De Staat: Witch Doctor’ by Floris Kaayk/Studio Smack, and Professional Award for Dutch Animation winner ‘Zeezucht’ (‘Jonas and the Sea’) by Marlies van der Wel.