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Blogs World Animation and VFX Summit Turns Three

AWN correspondent Heather Kenyon takes a working vacation in Los Angeles for the third annual World Animation and VFX Summit, including the Opening Night Gala and two days of panels and discussions.

Headline News Chilemonos Animation Fest Issues 2015 Call for Entries

International Animation Festival Chilemonos premieres a new image and opens a call for entries for the 2015 edition, taking place May 5-10.

Headline News NC Comicon Adds Animation Panels & Screenings

NCCC lineup to include U.S. premiere of DreamWorks Animation’s ‘Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of The Scroll; Director Stephan Franck to introduce screenings of Sony Pictures Animation's ‘The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow’ and fan-favorite ‘The Iron Giant.’

Headline News Syndrome Rejoins Eminem for Live Video Shoot at Inaugural YouTube Awards

Syndrome joins Eminem at the YouTube Awards for the debut of his single Rap God, with the music video being created live in one take before the show’s audience.

Headline News Cut&Paste Launches 12-City Global Design Competition

Cut&Paste, the global digital design competition known for its lively onstage battles and reputation-making performances, will return to 12 cities this year, this time with Adobe as the event's Platinum Sponsor.

Headline News NVIDIA Announces GPU Technology Conference 2012

NVIDIA announced today that the third annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC), the world's most important event showcasing breakthroughs in computational science with the GPU (graphics processing unit), will be held at San Jose's McEnery Convention Center from May 14-17, 2012.

Headline News The Cat In The Hat Knows A Lot About That! Promos Launch

A nationwide hoopla of promotional activities and events are underway this week to herald the debut of THE CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT! an animated television series starring Dr Seuss’s iconic character that premieres Monday, September 6 on PBS KIDS (check local listings).

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