Cartoon Network is continuing its support of local Australian original content with the acquisition of a package of 10 new children’s short-form series from Australian Children’s Television Foundation (ACTF).
Category: Short Films
Shorts International and Magnolia Pictures will release The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2011 in over 150 theatres across the United States and Canada from February 11th, 2011.
Warner Premiere today announced development of a live-action digital series based on the best-selling "Mortal Kombat" videogame franchise.
UFO has just finished work on two ident packages for VIVA Germany. The director team started work developing ideas for the two concepts in early October 2010.
Classic Media, a global media company with a portfolio of some of the world’s leading family entertainment brands, today announced that it has secured an ongoing commitment from premium children’s platform, CBeebies, for the UK’s favourite postie and popular pre-school series, Postman Pat®, until 2015.
The full list of nominees for the 2011 Orange British Academy Film Awards were announced today at BAFTA's headquarters in Piccadilly.
The directors and producer of Day & Night and Tick Tock Tale discuss how small films really are big at their studios.
The 19th edition of the International Animation Festival of Brazil, Anima Mundi 2011 takes place from July 15 to 24 in Rio de Janeiro and from July 27 to 31 in Sao Paulo.
It is our pleasure to inform you that you can now submit your films for the 4th edition of the International Animated Film Competition at ANIMATOR\2011 Festival!
Little Airplane Productions Founder and President Josh Selig will have his short, live-action film “The Time-Out Chair” featured in The Museum of Modern Art’s Family Films series.
Charlex's latest creation, ShapeShifter, opens mysteriously on a dark car, speeding through the night on winding mountain roads. It is set to a haunting musical composition and prose poem, performed by Gabriel Byrne.
After all the early winter excitements (Solstice, Christmas, New Year) now is the time for the midwinter excitements: flu, snow and annual Kodak Animation Event!
The Visual Effects Society (VES) today announced the nominees for the 9th Annual VES Awards ceremony recognizing outstanding visual effects artistry in 24 categories of film, animation, television, commercials and video games.
Who doesn't like to break stuff? TEAK does, as they clearly demonstrated in a five-minute-plus YouTube video for Google.
Without good direction, you end up with drek. Problems with sequence timing or the render pipeline can be solved with relative ease – problems of mismanagement are difficult to overcome and usually spell doom. Animation directors aren’t directing animation, they’re directing a group of people who are working in arguably the most time consuming and exacting of creative mediums. David Levy's new book Directing Animation at its heart strives to teach the reader how to keep an animation production crew happy, productive and on task.
The Aniboom Virtual Studio (aniboom.com), the world’s first virtual animation studio, is proud to announce the arrival of Leeor Goldberg to Aniboom.
There's been a lot of response to my last article. This really interesting challenge just arrived in my inbox. In fact, it’s so strong that I’m publishing it in full. It’s from Janet Blatter, a cognitive scientist, author, and film script and development consultant.
Animazing Spotlight’s international panel has completed scoring the animated shorts entries for the first quarter of their 2011 season.
PES's latest short film, "The Deep," has gone live as part of Showtime's new "Short Stories" Series.
Rick DeMott looks at how the standard of heart and humor plays into which films might receive Oscar nominations.