Continuing the #GALAXY11 saga, Psyop teams with Cheil Worldwide to release ‘Galaxy 11: The Match’ for Samsung.
Category: Short Films
Brigham Young University students celebrate their second first-place win for ‘Owned,’ a short film about a video game master who meets his match playing against a baby online.
Lord of Barbès director/animator Jeremy Guerrieri and Ivory Coast football star Didier Drogba help the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) ride World Cup fever to further the fight against malaria.
Winners of the Animafest 2014 Grand Competition are announced, with the prize for best short film awarded to the South Korean film ‘Love Games’ (2013) by Yumi Joung.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honors fifteen student winners from colleges and universities around the world at the 41st Student Academy Awards ceremony, with ‘Owned,’ by Daniel Clark and Wesley Tippetts, awarded the gold medal for Animation.
Oscar winner Chris Landreth serves as mentoring director for 10th anniversary of the National Film Board of Canada’s acclaimed Hothouse program for emerging animators.
Cementing its status as a true children’s classic, Magic Light Pictures’ ‘The Gruffalo’ wins a special Prix Jeunesse 50th anniversary award for Best Children’s TV Fiction Programme of the Last 50 Years.
Short film is based on “Nine Lives,” the award-winning graphic novel from Thailand by Songsin Tiewsomboon.
Psyop teams with Samsung Galaxy and Cheil Worldwide to deliver the action-packed four-minute epic, ‘The Training,’ which has already reached nearly 40 million views on YouTube.
Catch All-New ‘Mixels’ shorts during Season Two of ‘Teen Titans Go!’ Thursdays at 6 p.m. (ET/PT) Starting June 5.
Internationally award-winning animation and visual effects company BENT Image Lab opens a new office in New York City.
Gentleman Scholar releases a stunning visual interpretation of poetry in collaboration with Motionpoems, a non-profit that pairs up-and-coming poets with award-winning design, production and visual effects studios.
Korean motion graphics studio Alfred Imageworks releases a hilarious new animated short, ‘Johnny Express.’
Tickle your senses and amaze your eyes with Animation Breakdown’s ‘Technicolor Toons,’ a one-night-only screening of 35mm Technicolor cartoons from the ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s presented by animation historian Jerry Beck.
Short film celebrates university's upcoming centennial to kick off new "Let There Be" fundraising campaign.
Race into summer with the Disney Movies Anywhere premiere of Radiator Springs 500 1/2,’ an exciting first installment in the "Tales from Radiator Springs" series.
Inspired by Apple’s patent filing for a holographic display, animator Mike Ko comes up with a neat concept that imagines what it might look like.
Fifteen students are selected as winners in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 41st Student Academy Awards competition.
The ‘Toy Story’ gang’s frightfully fun adventure releasing for the first time on Blu-ray & DVD; never-before-seen bonus features include parody vintage toy commercials, deleted scenes, audio commentary, and more.