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.
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Animation veteran to serve as Animation Supervisor on Disney’s live-action reboot of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ at Framestore’s Montréal studio.
9 Story Media Group licenses a trio of hit animated children’s shows – ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood,’ ‘Nerds and Monsters,’ and ‘Numb Chucks’ -- to U.K broadcasters ahead of MIPTV.
Color grading pioneer to drive the artistic strategy that defines the Deluxe brand and ensure that the company houses and develops the best creative talent across color, VFX and editorial for film, TV and commercials.
Production tracking software helps Emmy-nominated studio deliver more than 1,500 VFX shots for the first season of the hit series.
Recipients include 30 developers, programmers and artists for their standout projects developed on Unreal Engine 4.
Just days after director Mark Osborne reveals that that Paramount Pictures will no longer be distributing the stop-motion/CG-animated hybrid feature, Netflix swoops in to save the day.
A 1958 graduate of the UCLA Theater Arts Department, McLaughlin served as head of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television’s Animation Workshop from 1970 until his retirement in 2007.
Blackmagic Design’s Fusion Studio helps deliver action-packed main-on-end title sequence for Japanese live-action feature based on the hit manga series by Tsugumi Ohba and Ken Obata.
Commercial known for his 2015 Webby award-winning ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ short prequel, ‘Quarantine,’ has worked with brands including Adidas, Burger King, Coca Cola, Jack Daniels and Microsoft.
Burbank-based visual effects studio helps to recreate colonial America for critically acclaimed Revolutionary War drama.
English-language voice cast includes Paul Giamatti, Tony Hale, Susan Sarandon and J.K. Simmons; film opens March 25th in NYC, April 1st in LA, and expands nationally on April 8th.
Former Sony Pictures Imageworks CTO and Visual Effects Supervisor helped launch ILMxLAB, and has worked on films such as ‘Men in Black 3,’ ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ and ‘Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs.’
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Former Turner Studios exec has worked with almost every major network, broadcaster and media company including Disney/ABC, NBC Universal, CBS, Fox, Warner Brothers Studio, CNN, ESPN, PBS, Disney Channel and Discovery.
As part of The Academy’s recent diversity initiatives, ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ director joins Academy’s 51-seat Board of Governors for a three-year term; Disney animator Floyd Norman appointed to the Education and Outreach Committee.
Based on the highly successful game franchise, new action/comedy animated series to be co-produced by Montreal-based Sardine Productions and Gamerizon Studio.
New animated virtual reality series blends the action of video games with the comedy of animated feature films.
Montreal-based visual effects house goes from wireframe to mayhem with a new VFX breakdown for director Tim Miller’s ‘Deadpool.’
Autodesk launches Stingray Game Engine v1.2 and Maya LT 2016 Extension 3 with feature improvements at GDC 2016.
AAA texturing tool powered by NVIDIA’s Iray renderer streamlines game asset pipeline; photorealistic rendering and curated asset store now available.
New NSFW teaser is timed to coincide with a work-in-progress screening at this year’s SXSW festival in Austin, TX.
New IT staffing agency connects motion picture studios, gaming companies, visual effects houses, post-production facilities and other creative service providers with the industry’s best engineers, IT and pipeline specialists, and programmers.
Director, designer and animator has formerly worked with high-profile production companies such as Psyop, Brand New School, The Mill, HUSH and Buck, working with top-tier brands including Nike, Google, Twitter, Coke Zero and Viacom.