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.’
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Lucian Grainge and Jason Kilar are nominated for election to DreamWorks Animation's Board of Directors; Current Directors Nathan Myhrvold and Richard Sherman to retire from leadership positions.
Tim Godsall, Mike Maguire, Noam Murro, Aaron Stoller, Clay Weiner and Andreas Nilsson direct spots for top brands.
Elastic Director and Annecy International Film Festival winner Andy Hall team with DDB Chicago to create “Paper,” a whimsical new :30 for Safeway’s “just for U” app.
Sony Animation has tapped artists Cody Cameron and Kris Pearn to take the helm of the in-development sequel to CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS, reports Variety.
20th Century Fox has narrowed the field of directors up for THE WOLVERINE to eight, reports Variety.
McG and Breck Eisner are the latest directors to pitch their visions of the OUIJA feature to Universal, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
MAX Corporation (Nasdaq:IMAX) (TSX:IMX) today announced a special meeting of shareholders, scheduled for September 28, 2010 in New York, NY, to elect two directors to fill vacancies created by the recent increase in the number of directors from seven to nine. The nominees for election are I. Martin Pompadur and Eric A. Demirian.
WICKED producer Marc Platt, book writer Winnie Holzman and songwriter Stephen Schwartz have begun talks with directors for a feature adaptation of the Broadway hit, reports Deadline.com.
Swedish alternative singer songwriter Nicolai Dunger recently tapped FilmTecknarna directors Boris Nawratil and David Nord to create a slightly mental music video for Dunger¹s new single Crazy Train.
The 66th Venice Film Festival will debut the 3-D versions of TOY STORY and TOY STORY 2 in conjunction with the lifetime achievement award its will bestow on Pixar's founder John Lasseter and the company's directors. The festival runs from Sept. 2-12.
The fest organizers said for "first time in the history of the Venice Film Festival, the award will honor not only the achievement of a single filmmaker but also the contribution of the directors of a visionary studio."
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER is breaking the news that Warner Bros. and Facebook have inked a deal sync friends on the social networking site with Warner's Blu-ray releases, beginning with WATCHMEN: DIRECTOR'S CUT. Disc owners will utilize BD-Live to simultaneously view the film with their friends and make comments.
VARIETY reports that Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor have left the planned JONAH HEX adaption of the DC Comics comicbook. Josh Brolin (W., MILK) is expected to star as the partly disfigured gunslinger and bounty hunter.
The duo, who wrote the script, departed as directors over "creative differences." Warner Bros. is looking to quickly fill the director's chair in order to keep Brolin and their intended spring start.
Eight incumbents have been reelected to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Board of Governors, along with six other filmmakers who will return to the board after a time away.
The sole first-time governor elected is Annette Bening, representing the Actors Branch. All will serve three-year terms.
Returning to the board after a hiatus are Jeffrey Kurland, Art Directors; Martha Coolidge, Directors; Arthur Hamilton, Music; Don Hall, Sound; and Phil Robinson, Writers.
Celebrating 10 years, ka-chew!, the commercial production company owned by multi Emmy Award winning creative giant Klasky Csupo, Inc., is adding directors and directing teams to its roster.
ka-chew! specialties include CGI, 2D, stop motion, motion design and live action combo.
Six Point Harness, Parallex Studio, Seattle-based independent filmmaker David Russo, directing team Paul Cummings and Tony Fiandaca, Elliot M. Bour, Liz Blazer and Carolle-Shelley Abrams were all signed by ka-chew!
Five Guest Casting Directors Teach Pro Animation ClassPro/Adv Animation VO ClassBurbank, California, USAFeb. 22 -- March 29, 2007
M.J. Lallo is holding a five-week pro animation workshop for VO artists who have had previous classes in VO and feel ready to work out with professional directors and agents. The class is a good opportunity to work with guest directors and make contacts. All guest directors will accept your demos at the class that night.
Guest directors include:* Ilko Drozdoski-TGDM VO Agency (formerly Tisherman)
In the fourth Open Season production diary, Sony Pictures Animation chronicles how it approached consistency in character design and created special rigs.
Scott Sassa has joined GameFlys board of directors. Sassa's more than two decades of entertainment media and Internet industry experience includes serving as president of NBC West Coast, Friendster and Turner Ent. Group.
Viacom Inc. today (Nov. 22, 2005) announced the election of seven independent directors to the boards of the two new publicly traded companies that will be created following the separation of Viacom. Four directors join the board of CBS Corp. and three directors join the board of new Viacom, upon completion of the separation, is expected to occur by the end of 2005.
3rd Director's Cut Contest New York, New York, USADecember 12, 2005Deadline: November 25, 2005
The 3rd Director's Cut contest will be screening the 10 entrants to a panel of established directors, film critics, agents and celebrity guests. Attendees will get to network with the panel. It will be hosted at The Gallery, 7 East 27th Street New York, New York. Please RSVP as numbers are limited. Admission fee is $10.
CINANIMA's purpose is the promotion of the animation art worldwide. Every year CINANIMA holds an International Competitive Program, Panorama Screenings, retrospectives, Special programs, exhibits, seminars and workshops, besides promoting the gathering of directors, animators, producers and the audience in general in a friendly atmosphere. For more information, visit www.cinanima.pt.
The Delaware Chancery Court has ruled that the lawsuit brought by Roy E. Disney and Stanley P. Gold against the Walt Disney Co. and eight directors can go forward with an expedited trial date of August 2005.
The lawsuit, which was filed on May 9, 2005, alleges that the Walt Disney Co. board made false statements to the company's shareholders about its ceo search in order to induce shareholders to vote for the incumbent board at the 2005 annual meeting and to induce Disney and Gold not to run an alternate slate of directors at the meeting.