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The production veteran shares her insights on the trials and tribulations of bringing Pixar’s hit feature to the big screen.
The first-time director discusses the dynamics, pressure and satisfaction of helming Pixar’s first prequel.
Oscar-winning filmmaker Nick Park, the magic behind “Wallace & Gromit” and “Chicken Run,” helps kick off a new UN initiative, “Forests for People: UN International Short Film Contest.”
Pam talks about the tremendous outpouring of resources and community support in the wake of Digital Domain’s Port St. Lucie shutdown.
Crowdfunding on sites like Kickstarter has taken off as a financing vehicle for a variety of projects, from music albums to software. Crowdfunding may sound like an apps-to-riches story. But executing a crowdfunding campaign isn’t as simple as it may sound.
Heading into his second term, the NFB Chairman discusses his plans for keeping things artistically and fiscally relevant.
100s of disabled and non-disabled young people from 12 countries and 23 schools are connecting live online to produce an animation celebrating the Paralympics in time for London 2012!
…When we last left Mark, he was battling with a number-crunching Klingon and trying to Trek into the big Comic-Con sessions, where evidently too many had gone before him…
With the Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD of the heroic tale, John Carter, about to be released, acclaimed director Andrew Stanton talks about the epic project in a Q&A.
Through the use of a short story, the Animation Pimp delves into the issue of why short films continue to get bigger.
The brainchild of two former animators, IOnlyDateAnimators.com has reached a milestone, claiming to have signed up its 45th subscriber after only 6 months online.
An Aussie, a Brit, a Latvian and an Israeli walk into a bar - The Animation Pimp discusses the issue of why animators are making such big, fat films.
NYU Media Research Lab founding director Dr. Ken Perlin discusses the past, present and future use of computer graphics technology for human interaction and communication.
NBC has ordered a pilot for the future-set drama BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE from COUGAR TOWN co-exec producer/director Michael McDonald, reports Deadline.com.
I thought I was the only one who came to the realization that I’m not coming home with signed contracts. As a successful producer and creator of content, she said that her expectations are the same as mine. But would she miss a market? No.
Bill Desowitz gets the lowdown on crowd duplication in Moneyball from Edwin Rivera of Rhythm & Hues.
David S. Goyer is set to write and exec produce a TV series based on Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's 100 BULLETS for Showtime, reports Deadline.com.