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Blogs Developing Indigenous Animation Films

By IACG | Thursday, September 6, 2012 at 12:04pm

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.

Headline News Disney Halts Henry Selick’s Stop-Motion Animated Feature

Disney has decided not to move forward with Henry Selick's untitled stop-motion feature, ending production on the film that was scheduled for release October 4, 2013.

Headline News Autodesk, Lightstorm and Weta Drive Virtual Production Forward

Autodesk, Inc. has partnered with Lightstorm Entertainment and Weta Digital to develop the next generation of virtual production technology for the motion picture industry.

Blogs Wait, Weight? Don’t Tell Me, I Can’t Be…

By IACG | Sunday, July 8, 2012 at 3:22pm

I’m in the UK having recently returned from attending the Cannes Film Festival, followed shortly thereafter by the Annecy International Animation Festival. These two events, both in France, separated by just a few days, are the premiere festivals in the international calendar for live action and animation respectively.

Headline News Bron Animation Launches with 'Mighty Mighty Monsters'

Bron Studios announces the launch of Bron Animation to develop and produce original kid’s animated intellectual properties for television and film starting with animated series “Mighty Mighty Monsters.”

Headline News Mistika Powers AFA Winner 'Flying Swords of Dragon Gate'

SGO's Mistika was used for the stereoscopic 3D post production work for China's first 3D IMAX martial arts action film “The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate,” which won Best Visual Effects and Best Costume Designer at the Asian Film Awards.

Headline News iartists Launches with International Roster

With a mission to connect high-end talent with awesome brands, iartists has launched in Los Angeles to represent directors, designers, animators, visual effects pros, storytellers and digital experts, working across platforms, devices and spaces.

Headline News FMX 2012 to Highlight Virtual Production

FMX 2012 will highlight the advent of Virtual Production with programming tracks on World Building and Previs, Megasessions covering “Reel Steel,” “Tintin” and “Hugo,” VFX showcases on “Battleship” and “The Hunger Games,” and animation highlights covering “Dr. Seuss' The Lorax” and Marvel's “The Avengers.”

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