Michael Fukushima is named Executive Producer of the National Film Board of Canada’s acclaimed English Program Animation Studio in Montreal.
Category: Short Films
Just in time for Halloween, ComiXology releases the second issue of writer/director/comic book creator Stephan Franck's acclaimed 12-issue mini-series ‘Silver.’
In commemoration of International Animation Day, the National Film Board of Canada launches the seventh edition of ‘Get Animated!,’ a free online screening series including a selection of recent films, two filmmaker showcases, and six brand-new films.
Northern Lights and SuperExploder take home the top prizes at the 2013 AICE Camp Kuleshov for Screwloose and an audio interpretation of the chariot race from Ben Hur respectively.
The International Video Art Festival of Casablanca issues a call for submissions for its 20th edition, to be held April 22-26, 2014, including 2D and 3D animations, fiction movies, documentaries, audiovisual performances and installations.
I quite enjoy the animation films of Joseph "Joe" Pierce. His work serves up a piercing perspective of family, community, social roles and groups.
Disney/Pixar's first special for television, Toy Story OF TERROR!, a spooky new tale featuring the beloved characters from the Toy Story films, has its long-awaited debut, opening at number one among total viewers and adults 18-49, and giving ABC its best performance in the time period in nearly two years.
The classic animated Halloween-themed Peanuts special, “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” created by late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz, airs Thursday, October 31, on the ABC, followed by “You’re Not Elected, Charlie Brown.”
Framestore partners with Saatchi & Saatchi for Hans Strudel, a series of commercials and an online short film for Toaster Strudel.
A call for entries is made for the 15th International Animation Festival in Japan − HIROSHIMA 2014, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the festival office in 1984.
A new animated short film set in the “Unseen University” of Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld produced by the Ireland’s Animation Hub -- the Irish School of Animation at Ballyfermot College of Further Education, Trinity College Dublin and Giant Animation Studios -- launches at a special world premiere screening at the Science Gallery in Trinity College.
The world unfolds in a brilliant animated palette in Nathan Love Director Joe Burrascano’s ‘Power for Change’ promo for energy industry up-and-comers North American Power.
Athena Studios and the Bay Area chapter of the Visual Effects Society restore Black Angel, legendary Star Wars-era short film believed missing for over 30 years.
In honor of Superman’s 75th anniversary, ‘Man of Steel’director Zack Snyder and DC animated universe maestro Bruce Timm craft a two-minute animated short which blasts through the highlights of the character’s many incarnations, from comics to movies, video games and pop art.
The UK’s Northumbria University produces a new animation to challenge stereotypes relating to welfare reforms to be screened at the House of Commons.
LivoBooks announces the availability of the new app, Welcome to the Vampire's Lair...If You Dare, on the iTunes store.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announces the Peanuts Holiday Classics collection, available for the first time in Digital HD exclusively on iTunes.
The Holland Animation Film Festival, the largest animation film festival of the Netherlands highlighting films from art-house and commercial to cartoons and 3D, issues a call for entries for the 2014 edition of the festival, to be held March 19-23.
Winners are announced for Poland’s fourth annual Se-ma-for Stop Motion Film Festival, led by Slovenian-German puppet animation Boles and Norwegian student film, But milk is important by Anna Mantzaris and Eirik Grønmo Bjørnsen.
That's the punch line to a Fozzie Bear joke about Japanese animator, Atsushi Wada and his new film, Anomalies.