Paramount Pictures and U.K. feature animation studio Locksmith to co-develop and co-produce a series of animated projects with plans to have their first theatrical release in theaters in 2020.
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Bi-coastal creative studio Carbon opens in Chicago, serving the Midwest region with its high-end VFX, post-production, and full-fledged design studio
Prolific cinematographer and director has worked on campaigns for brands including Apple, Coors Light, The Home Depot, Lexus, Visa, Campbell’s, Mercedes, McDonald’s, PNC Bank, Dow, Subaru, and many more.
Marie Soto appointed executive producer; new sales agents added for East and West Coast representation.
Retaining her previous role of acquisitions and co-production international, Persson will now also manage and lead programming strategy across EMEA for all Turner’s kids linear and digital platforms.
Longtime Humble collaborator has worked on commercial campaigns for brands including AT&T, Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Chevy, Proctor & Gamble and Verizon.
Producers of ‘Bob’s Burgers’ to develop and produce ‘The Blues Brothers’ animated series with Dan Aykroyd, Judy Belushi and ‘SNL’ writer Anne Beatts.
Studio partnerships to broaden reach of mission and programming for professional organization aimed at bringing together a global community of animation professionals to empower and support women in the art, science and business of animation.
Industry veteran to oversee global brand development and management across the Nelvana portfolio, including retail management, licensing, consumer products, content sales, and digital.
Former Method Studios exec returns to MPC Advertising as Chief Operating Officer USA with responsibility for managing operations for the business in Los Angeles and New York.
Santa Monica and Melbourne-based visual effects studio strengthens its production management team with the hire of digital production manager Ashley Bettini and the promotions of digital production manager Justin Porter and production supervisor Michael Perdew.
CFO and founding member stepping down from German brand management and media company on April 29 will be replaced by Johannes Walzer from Munich-based Refined Labs.
Creative director Patrick Coleman and producer Sam Clark join Chicago-based production company known for its design-driven work on commercials, brand films, title sequences and more.
New VOD deal with Malaysia’s leading telco provider includes shows such as ‘Thomas & Friends,’ ‘Bob the Builder’ and ‘Teletubbies.’
Hybride strengthens its position on the visual effects market by announcing its partnership with visual effects giant Industrial Light & Magic.
Australian production outfits sign a U.K. publishing deal with Hodder Children’s Books for their new CGI children’s comedy series ‘Bottersnikes & Gumbles.’
Multi-platform kids network launched as an incubator project in 2012 provides video content for kids aged 2-10 years old, generating roughly four billion minutes of watch time monthly.
International preschool TV production and licensing company to leverage new majority investor to expand intellectual property, library rights and digital capabilities, as well as its presence in China.
Toronto-based distributor announces international sales for its three new one-hour PBS-commissioned ‘The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!’ movies.
RTVE acquires broadcast rights to Spanish production company’s newest animated series for pre-schoolers.
DHX to develop, produce and distribute a range of new, multi-platform content inspired by the highly popular property
Los Angeles-based animation studio options ‘The Mighty Machines of Mackie McKeens,’ from author & illustrator Daryl Slaton to develop the property as an animated television series
Company’s growth to be driven by a multi-year distribution agreement with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and expansion of existing brands such as ‘Thomas Edison’s Secret Lab,’ ‘Warren Buffett’s Secret Millionaires Club’ and ‘Stan Lee’s Mighty 7.’
In another sad story about artists ripping off other artists, EDM performer acknowledges unauthorized use of animator and visual artist’s work during a series of live events in 2013-2015.