BRB Internacional teams up with Maya Studio to launch a new animated series, HighSkull, based on Javi Molner’s Calaveritas characters.
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Studio 100 Media announces a content deal with Chello Central Europe for the newly revived CGI animation series’ Vic The Viking and Heidi.
Smith Micro releases a Spanish version of 2D animation creation software Anime Studio Debut 9.5 and Anime Studio Pro 9.5.
Studio AKA traces the history of Rev. Henry Duncan and the history behind the building of the TSB bank in The Story.
Russian theater chain operator Luxor and film company Argus Entertainment join forces to create a new animation studio, LA Studio; first major project to be a feature-length animated film based on “Ruslan and Ludmila,” a poem by renowned 19th century poet Alexander Pushkin.
London-based visual effects company MPC announces the opening of a new studio in Amsterdam, specializing in high-end VFX, motion graphics and color grading for the Dutch market.
Disney announces that it will be handling North American theatrical distribution of the newest film from Studio Ghibli, Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises.
Smith Micro Software releases the latest version of their all-in-one animation solution, Anime Studio Pro 9.5.
Studio AKA creates a unique world for Blue Diamond in Breezeville, where the town’s milkman Al and Breezy the dog show all the different ways that Almond Breeze can be used as an alternative to other milks.
e-on announces the availability of LumenRT 4.1 Studio, which features extended capabilities for large microstation models and Revit.
Animation and visual effects company Worker Studio secures the option to produce an animated property based on the comedy album, “Phil Hartman’s Flat TV.”
Studio 100 Media announces a deal with Molly & The Monsters GbR to sell the international TV rights to “Molly Monster.”
Tippett Studio brings Ted, the title character from Universal Pictures’ blockbuster live action/CG-animated comedy, back to life for the 85th Annual Academy Awards telecast.
Telegael launches a new stop motion studio, Beochan, to create the second season of prehistoric preschool series, “Igam Ogam.”
Canada's Guru Studio announces the expansion of two key business areas, Interactive Content and 2D Animation.
DreamWorks Animation, with 2,350 employees, was the only Hollywood studio to make Fortune magazine's 2013 list of the 100 best U.S. employers.