Slated for Fall 2015, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment in partnership with Mattel are launching a new super hero universe designed just for girls.
Alex McDowell, world-building expert and Professor at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, discusses world building, film and animation production design, and more as part of AWN’s series of exclusive video interviews from FMX 2014.
Academy Award-winning films are part of the Lighting & Rendering track, a recurring series of presentations among the most relevant and successful components of every FMX program.
Aimed at furthering Amazon’s mission of “lifelong creative learning,” new board includes Maker Media president and CEO Dale Dougherty, Families and Work Institute president and co-founder Ellen Galinsky, author and illustrator Jarrett Krosoczka, and MIT Education Arcade creative director Scot Osterweil.
Highlights include a keynote presentation given by independent transmedia architect Michel Reilhac entitled “Interactive Storytelling, After the Excitation: Where is the Urge? Where is the Money?”
Film and television production company acquires worldwide rights for the award-winning property, including an animated feature film, television series and an Oculus Rift VR Experience.
The International Animation Film Market, held in conjunction with the Annecy International Animation Film Festival, issues a call for submissions to the 2015 pitch sessions.
Written and directed by Joel Dos Reis Viegas and Sébastien Larroudé, ‘Urbance’ is animated by Japanese Studio Ghibli legend Hiroshi Shimizu.
While MIPTV’s waning emphasis on kids’ content was noticeable, there were some valuable lessons to be learned.
LAIKA/house teams with McCann New York to create a new integrated stop-motion campaign for Jose Cuervo Tradicional with a 60-second spot that takes viewers on a journey through Cuervo’s history.