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Headline News World Summit On Media For Children Fights For Kids' Rights Around The Globe

The 3rd World Summit On Media For Children will happen March 23-26, 2001 in Thessaloniki, Greece. The Summit aims to create an audiovisual policy supporting the rights of children around the world. Organized by the European Children's Television Centre, the event strives to bring many people, including teachers, researchers and academics, together to investigate the relationship of children's television and new media.

Headline News New Jobs: Animators, Digital Artists, Directors And More...

Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada's Electronic Arts, a leading independent interactive software company, is looking for an ANIMATOR for a new project that relies on their ability to sell the concept of emotion and personality in their characters, and an experienced ART TECHNICIAN/PROGRAMMER to work on graphics and animation for games. . .

Headline News An "Art of Dr. Seuss" Exhibit Comes To So Cal!

By Rick DeMott | Thursday, February 15, 2001 at 12:00am

* Saturday, February 9 Saturday, March 31, 2001. Brea, California, U.S.A.

The Sarah Bain Gallery is presenting an exhibit of the "Art of Dr. Seuss." This is a rare opportunity to catch a glimpse of the "Tufted Gustard" sculpture and purchase limited editions of your favorite artwork. For more information contact the gallery at: http://sarahbaingallery.com.

Headline News Learn More About Putting Your Voice On The Web

By Rick DeMott | Thursday, February 15, 2001 at 12:00am

* Wednesday, February 28, 2001. North Hollywood, California, U.S.A.

The Webisode Academy is holding a voice and sound capture workshop. Attendees will go to an actual sound studio and record their voices. A discussion will follow about the uses of voice capture on the Web. For more information on the workshop: E-mail: info@webisode-academy.com.

Headline News ASIFA-Atlanta Presents Saturday Morning Cartoons Screening

By Rick DeMott | Thursday, February 15, 2001 at 12:00am

* Tuesday, March 6, 2001. Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

ASIFA-Atlanta presents "Saturday Morning Cartoons," a screening of cartoon classics spanning three decades. Take a walk down memory lane with favorites including BEANIE & CECIL, HUCKLEBERRY HOUND, CRUSADER RABBIT, TOM TERRIFIC and ROCKY & BULLWINKLE. The event will run from 8 - 9:45 pm at Fountainhead Lounge, 485 Flat Shoals Avenue SE, Atlanta, Georgia. For more information contact Steve Mank at: Tel.: (404) 874-7200.

Headline News Cast Away Holds Strong At The International Box Office

CAST AWAY is still holding strong at the international box office. In Germany, the desert island adventure rounded up another $3.73 million, escalating its cume to $21.46 million. VERTICAL LIMIT climbed into second with a gross of $1.84 million, raising its German cume to $4.34 million. In third, BEDAZZLED seduced $1.4 million, bringing its German cume to $4.49 million. THE LEGEND OF BAGGER VANCE made its German nod in fourth with a gross of $663,408. At #8, CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON collected $477,415, pushing its German cume to $2.35 million.

Headline News Ottawa International Student Animation Festival Calls For Entries

The next International Student Animation Festival of Ottawa (SAFO) will be held October 18-21, 2001. Now in its third edition, the Ottawa International Student Animation Festival provides a dynamic showcase of the most fresh and innovative animation from around the world. The official competition is divided into five categories: High School Student Films; Undergraduate Student Films (Post-Secondary); Graduate Student Films (Post-Secondary); First Film (e.g. Professional/Independent/Co-op Produced Films); and Children's Animation (Under 12 Years Of Age).

Headline News Gaming Firm Spawns F/X Studio In North Carolina

North Carolina-based SouthPeak Interactive, a former SAS subsidiary that produced computer games, has spawned Alternate Route Studios, a new F/X house. Originally created to produce proprietary technology that promoted "feature film quality" gaming, SouthPeak transformed into Alternate Route after its core technology was sold off last year. Executive director Susan Ellis said, "We are aiming our sights on national spots and features. As part of a proof of concept, we pitched to produce SAS' first national campaign.

Headline News New F/X Studio Mr. X Launches

Visual effects supervisor Dennis Berardi and Toronto-based TOPIX/Mad Dog's Chris Wallace and Sylvain Taillon have launched Mr. X, Inc., a studio providing computer generated visual effects for feature entertainment. The new partnership will combine TOPIX's artists with Berardi, former visual effects supervisor of Toybox, supplying the ideas and directing. Berardi's F/X supervising credits include THE CELL, FIGHT CLUB, EXISTENZ, KEEPING THE FAITH, SUPERSTAR, THOMAS AND THE MAGIC RAILROAD, JASON X and BRIDE OF CHUCKY.

Headline News California SUN Fest Highlights From Student To Studio Productions

* Saturday, March 24, 2001. Northridge, California, U.S.A.

The California SUN International Animation Festival contains animations ranging from student works to studio productions. The event is set up to bring attention to the world of international animation. A special private screening of the films will be held on March 23 at the Museum of Radio & Television in

Headline News Let Your Films Tour The World In The Resfest Digital Film Festival

* Fall 2001. San Francisco and Los Angeles, California; Chicago, Illinois; Seattle, Washington; New York, New York, U.S.A.; Montreal, Canada; Tokyo and Osaka, Japan; Seoul, South Korea; and London, England.

Early Deadline: May 4, 2001

Late Deadline: June 1, 2001

Headline News Cast Away Continues Its Stay At Top Of Int. BO

Around the globe, CAST AWAY remains at the top of the international box office. In Germany, CAST AWAY claimed the top spot with a gross of $4.99 million, lifting its three-week total to $17.74 million. In second, VERTICAL LIMIT made its German debut with a gross of $2.51 million. BEDAZZLED bewitched third place, grossing $1.88 million, raising its German cume to $3.09 million. In fifth, CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON amazed audiences to the tune of $624,096, elevating its German cume to $1.88 million. At #6, UNBREAKABLE secured another $570,085, bringing its German cume to $12.52 million.

Headline News Realviz Raises $9.39 Million

Realviz recently announced that it has completed a third round of financing worth 10 million euros (US$9.39 million). The money will help with the future development of the company and their products. This new fundraising will enable Realviz to finance their international expansion programme in the U.S.A., Europe and Asia, as well as to finance a new Internet solutions business unit.

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