Argentina-based Distribution Co. has picked up the rights to the Mexican-Argentinean co-production TOP CAT, based on the Hanna-Barbera character, reports Variety.
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Arc Productions is producing the animation for Matt Hatter Chronicles, a high-end television animation series in 3D, produced by Platinum Films Ltd. and Dream Mill Inc.
Framestore has created the second installment of Andrex’s new CG puppy campaign, a party themed commercial called Collections.
Frima Studio, Canada's leading independent game developer, held a press conference today to announce the launch of its new VFX division, Frima FX.
Framestore’s London office is promoting Helen Hughes to its top commercials production role, Head of Production.
Your series has been sold to the network and you get to guide it creatively and nurture it.It’s like having a baby and putting it up for an open adoption. You will take care of it everyday, but will not own it. You can love it, take care of it, but at the end of the day the adopted parents will make all of the life’s decisions.
The differences between production design for animation and live action will be explored in detail during the first installment of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ series “Evolution or Revolution? Production Design in the 21st Century,” on Monday, April 25, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Academy’s Linwood Dunn Theater in Hollywood.
This year's Animation Production Day will bring together 100 representatives of the German and international animation industries.
Toei Animation Co., Ltd., Toei Animation Inc. and FUNimation Entertainment will stream the official English-subtitled episodes of “Toriko”, an action/adventure anime series for teen audiences.
Bi-coastal production company Stardust has been tapped by BBDO Moscow to create eye-popping holographic video content for client Blackberry MTS that will be shown on a unique, new mixed-reality 'presentation station' (RealFiction's Dreamoc 3D Display).
The Georgia Production Partnership's Government Relations Committee and Executive Board have announced that the state's 30% production tax credit has been renewed, reports Deadline.com.
Another actress has suffered an on-stage injury on SPIDER-MAN: TURN OFF THE DARK, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
The other night I invited Mike Young, co-CEO of Moonscoop, to speak to my class about co-production and the facts of life about where money comes from. Mike’s is one of the few studios that survived post-“Fin-Syn,” which was a ruling in Congress in 1994.
VFX firm Prime Focus is branching out into production with a TV adaptation of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s book GOOD OMENS, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
This is one of the questions being asked. Commercials are the backbone of the money used to license shows or develop content, but what if you don’t have a broadcast deal yet? Where does the money come from?
PLAY, the award-winning creative on-air editorial house dedicated to the craft of creating promos, has launched a live-action production division.
Helsinki's Animaker, Hamburg's Ulysses Filmproduktion, Copenhagen's A. Film Production and Galway's Magma Prods. are developing NIKO 2 — FAMILY AFFAIRS, reports Variety.
Studio 108 has signed Tyler Snidow as head of client services and business development for the hybrid production, visual effect, editorial and audio company.
Moonscoop, one of the leading worldwide kids’ distribution, brand management and entertainment companies, has made a number of key sales for its new animated series The DaVincibles.
Day 2 of Kidscreen and the Delegates Lounge, restaurants and bars at the hotel were a buzz with people talking about creative ideas and how to turn them into the next big hit, and, perhaps most importantly, how to finance them!
China's State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) has revealed that animation production in the county rose 28% in 2010, reports Variety.
Production company 3Foot7 Ltd has announced that production will begin on THE HOBBIT films on March 21, 2011, reports ComingSoon.net.
Co-productions seem to be the standard for most independent animation projects. But what does this mean? Where does this money come from? Today’s co-productions are as solid as a house of cards. A small breeze and the whole thing could collapse. It all starts with a great concept? So, one would think. But really it is sort of a convergence not a start. The first card is a great concept. Will the show idea appeal to an audience? Can it be translated into a brand? Will it be accepted beyond the US territory? Can there be a life beyond the series?