Holiday-themed spots promote Target’s Bullseye’s Playground, a collection of 3D games created in partnership with Google’s Art, Copy & Code team.
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Argentinian animation studio Gizmo creates a new CG-animated holiday-themed spot for Netflix to help launch the streaming service’s new line of gift cards.
‘Fast & Furious’ director replaces Roberto Orci, who exited the project in early December but will still serve as producer.
The deadline for submissions to the second annual Comic and Cartoon Art Competition is January 5, 2015.
Director of ‘Noah,’ ‘Black Swan’ and ‘The Wrestler’ will be recognized for outstanding contributions to the art of cinema at the 2015 MPSE Golden Reel Awards set for February 15.
MPC completes 250 shots for Shawn Levy’s ‘Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, including the creation of a variety of characters, digi-doubles and CG environments.
LAIKA head Travis Knight making his directorial debut with new 3D animated stop-motion/CG hybrid feature set for release on August 19, 2016.
Led by previs supervisor Eric Benedict, visualization house provides extensive previs and postvis services to 20th Century Fox’s latest release.
Peter Jackson's ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ opens to a massive $90.6 million in North America, while new entries ‘Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb’ and ‘Annie’ both suffer soft starts heading into the year-end holidays.
yU+co’s groundbreaking display will envelop City Hall in sound and 3D imagery in the culmination of The Music Center’s annual New Year’s celebration.
Kidscreen Summit 2015 announces Malik Ducard as the keynote speaker and the official conference schedule.
The Hollywood Post Alliance announces the lineup for the HPA Tech Retreat taking place February 9th to the 13th in Palm Springs.
Channel Frederator Network adds 185 new channels and expands subscriber base to 14 million during the month of November.
New study compares top grossing animated children’s movies from 1937 to 2013 with top grossing films for adults.
Directed by Max Fleischer and produced by the Detroit-based Jam Handy Company, 1948 animated cartoon was originally intended as a promotional piece for Montgomery Ward department stores.
John Lasseter’s short film ‘Luxo Jr.,’ nominated for an Academy Award in 1986 for best animated short, is added to the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.
The first PSA Campaign ever to develop consumer products’ program continues to engage fans with game app ‘Dumb Ways to Die 2.’
Custom typography featured in now-famous title sequence animated using Adobe After Effects, Autodesk Maya, The Foundry's Nuke, and Tweak RV.