Buffalo Gal Pictures and Entremedia Digital Films merge talents and services to create a full media production studio, Buffalo Media Group.
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Hasbro Studios strikes production deal for second season of “Rescue Bots” with Malaysia’s Vision Animation and Australia’s Moody Street Kids.
Antenna, a full-service studio focused on multi-platform content creation for commercial advertising, film and television, launches in Los Angeles.
Cinesite announces that it has completed its first venture into TV production by co-producing and selling its very first TV series.
Animation producer Justin Weyers describes the massive production challenges of turning Chapman’s A Liar’s Autobiography into an animated 3-D feature.
HALON taps Fabric Engine’s Creation Platform to develop a virtual production environment capable of re-targeting motion capture data in real time.
The Jilin Animation Institute is an incredible undertaking. It’s now celebrating over ten years of operation. The student base is over 10,500. That’s NOT a typo. 10,500 students.
Digital Domain dominates discussions at Saturday’s VES Summit 2012 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Marina del Rey.
Monstrou Studio announced that it has signed a deal with Spanish production company Sweatbox and Catalan TV network Televisió de Catalunya.
Hasbro Studios signs a production agreement with Malaysia's Vision Animation and Australia's Moody Street Kids.
Toon Boom Animation and Bento Box Entertainment (BBE) combine their expertise to develop an exclusive and state-of-the-art digital animation production pipeline uniquely designed for Bento Box’s production on prime-time animated television series.
Surprise, surprise - I’m not at 30,000 ft. as I write this latest blog but on a high-speed train, traveling from Moscow to St. Petersburg in Russia.
Createasphere will again present its intensive, career-oriented Post Production Master Class (PPMC) in New York and Los Angeles.
The Glue Society unveils a brand new multi-platform entertainment concept called “Watch With Mother.”
Aside from the very favorable financial picture of creating indigenous animation films, you’ll find it personally rewarding. It’s great to see the faces of children light up when they see a character from their own culture on the screen instead of an old episode of Popeye or Tom & Jerry. It’ll give both of you a sense of pride.