New York-based internationally recognized, award-winning animator, author and illustrator Jane Aaron designed, produced and directed more than 150 short animated films for ‘Sesame Street.’
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English and French-language versions of ‘Zarafa’ will play at New York’s IFC Center on July 3rd, to be followed by expansion into theaters across North America.
‘MiLESTONES: A Concert of Anime, Cartoon, and Video Game Anniversaries’ celebrating milestone anniversaries of childhood favorites to be performed on Saturday, May 30 at The Sheen Center in Manhattan.
Nate Theis wins Best in Show for ‘Driving.’ ‘Birthday’ by SVU’s Nick Tustin wins the first place student award, followed by ‘Religatio’ by Jaime Giraldo and ‘Panty Fairy’ by Junwei Chen.
Awards will be given out across a variety of categories and craft from student, commercial, and independent entries to excellence in writing, design, and animation.
Running April 24 - May 29 in New York City, ‘Animation Showcase: From Celluloid to CGI’ to include panel with LAIKA and sneak peek of Disney-Pixar’s ‘Inside Out.’
Plympton’s latest hand-drawn feature kicks off its New York theatrical run on Friday, April 3, followed by a national roll-out with stops in Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, Minneapolis, Denver, Portland and other cities.
Industry veteran has worked on feature films including ‘Tron’ and ‘X-Men: First Class,’ and commercials for high-profile brands such as Nike, Microsoft, and Mercedes-Benz.
New York and Brooklyn-based production company opens shop in London’s Shoreditch area, representing directors Yves Geleyn, Dan & Jason, Peter Sluszka, Julia Pott, Gabe Askew, Eran Hilleli and Parallel.
The Room founder Ben Murray assumes new role as VP of Creative Services at Technicolor-PostWorks NY.
Short animation created by New York City-based Italian motion graphics artist Cento Lodigiani uses the simple cube to illustrate the 12 principles as developed by Walt Disney’s ‘nine old men.’
Holiday-themed spots promote Target’s Bullseye’s Playground, a collection of 3D games created in partnership with Google’s Art, Copy & Code team.
Award-winning industry vets Kymber Lim, Dan Schrecker, Dan Levitan and Marshall Krasser push visual effects expertise into the newly-formed Psyop Film & Television division.
FuseFX, a rapidly growing visual effects studio, is currently servicing nearly three dozen television shows and feature films including ‘Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,’ ‘American Horror Story’ and ‘The Blacklist.’
The former Pixar director is busier than ever, completing his next short film ‘Home’ and in the production and pre-production stages of two new projects employing Virtual Reality.
Director of Pixar’s ‘The Blue Umbrella’ will work closely with Passion technologists to tailor executions for the latest immersive and reactive content platforms.
Shuttlecraft, a boutique specializing in live-action and post-production services, opens a new studio in New York.
On the heels of this week’s news that VFX house LOOK Effects has closed its doors, moving staff and projects to MassMarket, a group of former employees issues an open letter in order to explain their side of events.
VFX studio LOOK Effects closes its doors, with staff and projects from its Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver locations moving en masse to commercial VFX boutique MassMarket.
New York-based production and animation company signs veteran commercial director Erik Buth to its already formidable roster of international filmmakers.
This summer’s edition of ABP includes a free outdoor show on Opening Night, special programs from Animation Breakdown Roundup and Titmouse 5 Second Day, and a 35mm screening of the classic film ‘Space Jam.’