The deadline for submissions to the 12th Annual VES Awards honoring the most outstanding visual effects in film, television, animation, commercials, special venue projects and video games is November 22, 2013.
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Relativity Media moves its animated film “Turkeys” up by a year with a new release date of November 1, 2013.
Disney/Pixar releases “Brave,” the year’s #1 animated movie and Pixar Animation Studio’s 13th consecutive hit, on November 13, 2012.
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) launches the sixth edition of Get Animated!, bringing many of the country’s finest and funniest animated films to communities.
Yancy Butler (Kick-Ass) and David Chokachi (Baywatch) battle a murderous Yeti, while Jason London (Dazed and Confused) tries saving the nation’s capital from destruction in the November Syfy Saturday Original Movies.
This Thanksgiving weekend, Syfy will be serving up a mega James Bond movie marathon featuring EVERY leading man from Sean Connery and Roger Moore to Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig (along with George Lazenby and Timothy Dalton).
Teletoon At Night is a special programming block on Teletoon for older teens and adult audiences who have an appetite for smart and culturally topical comedy shows.
Nickelodeon brings to the table a cornucopia of animation during "Superstuffed Nicktoons Weekend," the network's Thanksgiving celebration airing Wednesday, November 26, through Sunday, November 30.
Asifa India is presenting the 7th International Animation Day (IAD) celebrations. IAD is an annual global celebration to recognize the people involved in the art and technology of animation, celebrated every year on October 28.
Since its start in 2002, IAD has been a film festival that has provided the Indian animation artists a platform to interact and build a community. Being amongst the first animation festivals in India, IAD has been actively supported by the artists community and the industry at large.
Baz Luhrmann's big budget romance AUSTRALIA will be released in the U.S. on November 26, more fallout from the HARRY POTTER shift to 2009, per VARIETY.
AUSTRALIA was set to be unveiled November 14, just after its Australia premiere on November 13. The film will now open in both countries on November 26.
Starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman, the film is the saga of an English woman who comes to the Australian Outback and falls in love with a cattle rancher during World War II. The move by Twentieth Century Fox gives Luhrmann more time to finish.
More dust is settling after the HARRY POTTER push-back last week: Sony's QUANTUM OF SOLACE has been moved to a November 14 opening, per VARIETY.
The new James Bond flick had been slated to open November 7 with DreamWorks Animation's MADAGASCAR: ESCAPE 2 AFRICA, which for now has the weekend to itself. Bond titles have traditionally opened the weekend before Thanksgiving, but HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE was set to open November 21 -- it's now set for July 2009.
Sam Raimi's syndicated series WIZARD'S FIRST RULE is set to debut on November 1, per THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
The hour-long epic fantasy series from Disney-ABC Domestic Television and ABC Studios will start with a two-hour premiere. Raimi exec produces the show with Rob Tapert, Joshua Donen, Ned Nalle and Kenneth Biller, which stars Craig Horner and Bridget Regan.
As that adorable feminine feline, Hello Kitty turns 30 on Nov. 1, 2004, ADV Films releases HELLO KITTY & FRIENDS: HOLIDAY FUN, a deluxe two-disc set collection features 10 episodes from the TV series plus two bonus mini-episodes and three all-new special episodes. The collection hits the streets November 2.
STAR WARS fans may get an animated fix as Cartoon Network starts airing in the U.S. STAR WARS: CLONE WARS, an epic micro-series consisting of 20 animated, three-minute shorts, beginning Nov. 7, 2003 at 8:00 pm.
AFMA announced June 16, 2003 that it will shift its annual Santa Monica, California-based American Film Market from February to November beginning in 2004. The last winter AFM will be held on February 25 to March 3, 2004. The first fall AFM will be held November 3-10, 2004, meaning indie players and business will need to make plans to attend the AFM twice in 2004. This removes the AFM from the busy awards season as well as the nearby Sundance and Berlin fests.
They're at it again. Disney announced yesterday that it's releasing the next Pixar film, Brad Bird's THE INCREDIBLES, on November 5, 2004, the same date that DreamWorks had already positioned for the launch of SHARKSLAYER, its very own computer-animated underwater answer to Pixar's FINDING NEMO. So rather than going head-to-head, DreamWorks has decided to find another slot, though the family film traffic is already heavy in November, with POLAR EXPRESS, the CGI reteaming of Tom Hanks and Robert Zemeckis, bowing on November 19 along with the first SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS theatrical feature.
The 4th Angoulême International Technologies Forum/Cartoon Master, will kick off on Thursday, November 14, 2002, with a session on 3D character animation from Isaac Kerlow, Disney's Digital Production Director. The Forum will continue through November 16 and host representatives from major U.S. and European studios who will update participants on technological breakthroughs, which are changing the present field of animation production, especially in the field of feature films.
This week's updates to the Calendar of Events include Santa vs. the Snowman 3D In IMAX Theaters Worldwide: Friday, November 01, 2002 - Wednesday, January 01, 2003, various IMAX theaters, USA . . . Free Gigantor Screening: Saturday, November 02, 2002, Los Angeles, California USA . . . From Another Planet: Kenny & Bob: Tuesday, November 05, 2002, Los Angeles, California USA . . . Animators Doing Comic Books: Wednesday, November 06, 2002, Glendale, California USA . . .
After successful screenings in San Francisco and New York, the 6th Annual RESFEST will come to Hollywood's Egyptian Theater October 30-November 3, 2002. Showcasing innovative digital films, music videos and animation, the directors of RESFEST created seven thematic shorts programs from over 1,500 submissions. Notable animation screenings include Robert Bradbrook's Cartoon d'Or winning film HOME ROAD MOVIES and the U.S. premiere of Phil Mulloy's THE INVASION.