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Willem Thijssen launches crowd funding campaign for his new film Ticking Away

The renowned Dutch producer/director Willem Thijssen has launched a crowd funding campaign for his new production, a film by director Michael Sewnarain called Ticking Away.  Willem won an Academy Award in 1987 for the animated short Een Griekse Tragedie and a Dutch newspaper has already written "Give a hand to a new Oscar candidate film".

See Willem's message, and follow the link to watch a teaser and find out how to become part of this exciting new project.

DQ Entertainment Headline News

DQ Entertainment Posts Year-End Earnings

India’s DQE shows adjusted pre-tax profits of $306.2 million, up from last year’s earnings of $299.9 million; operating profit before financing costs and foreign exchange rose to $964.2 million from $647 million. 

AIAF Events

Australian International Animation Festival 2015

By Hages | Sunday, April 19, 2015 at 6:16am
Begins: May 15, 2015

CSU Animation and Visual Effects present the 12th Anniversary of the Australian International Animation Festival, running Friday, May 15 through Sunday, May 17.

Digital Headline News

Illumination’s Meledandri to Keynote 2013 VES Summit

Chris Meledandri to give keynote address at 2013 VES Summit; Andrew Merkin, Head of Special Projects and Transmedia at Mirada Studios, and Max Michael, Head of Business Development, Asia at UTA, among highlighted Speakers.

Production Headline News

First UK Kids Projects Receive Tax Certificates

The British Film Institute’s Certification Unit issues tax certificates to two CBeebies’ series, stop-motion comedy series Calamity Island from UK-based Famous Flying Films and Mackinnon & Saunders, and Karrot Animation’s 2D-animated preschool series Sarah and Duck.

Production Headline News

Andrew Z. Davis Joins Columbia

Andrew Z. Davis is named President of Production Administration for Columbia Pictures, where he will supervise all aspects of physical production including post production and visual effects for all Columbia Pictures films as well as live-action portions of films from Sony Pictures Animation.

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