Naked Mole Rat Wilbur takes center stage when he decides to do the unthinkable; the animated rock opera hits HBO Max’s Cartoonito on June 30.
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There are only 3 days left for Canadian creators to submit original animated series content to Mercury Filmworks’ annual pitching competition returning in-person to the festival’s TAC business conference, running September 21 – 23; entries must be received by June 30.
Women in Animation’s president addresses the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn Roe v Wade with a call on membership to come ‘Together in Resistance.’
New characters and new adventures await as the CG animated series returns with a new set of episodes.
Scheduled to hit U.S. theaters this August, the upcoming animated musical from the director of ‘Ride Your Wave’ explores 14th-century Japan by way of a “revisionist rock opera.”
The free online workshop offers advice on how to land a dream job in the animation, games, and VFX industries; presented via ZOOM on June 29, the program is open to the public.
Company's week-long celebration begins with the release of its new 100-page guide, a deep dive into using the Unreal Engine for real-time animation; event programming showcases the latest tools, workflows, and free learning resources in the Epic Games ecosystem.
The colorful aliens are back, trying harder than ever to make the jump from ‘team’ to ‘family’ – but they can’t agree on anything! All-new episodes hit Hulu on July 13.
The ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ director and ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ writer-producer join the Marvel Studios production, which will delve deeper into the long-running story of Marvel’s antagonist-turned-Avenger, who made his first appearance in the comics in the 1960s.
Massive slate includes more than new and returning titles with an expansive list of Japanese simulcasts; series dropping in July include ‘Rent-a-Girlfriend Season 2,’ ‘Engage Kiss’ and ‘RWBY: Ice Queendom.’
The distributor has acquired rights to the movie, ‘Evangelion:3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon a Time,’ a year after its resonant release in Japan.
Based on the books by Benji Davies, ‘The Storm Whale Trilogy’ follows the adventures of a young boy who finds a whale and brings it home.
Based on Nick Bruel’s best-selling kids’ books series, the show will follow the misadventures of a chaotic cat throughout her owner’s home.
The highly anticipated movie comes to theaters in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand this fall; Toei Animation announces special ‘One Piece’ events slated for next month’s Anime Expo 2022 in Los Angeles.
Sponsored by Netflix Canada, the ACE program creates opportunities for new and diverse voices to tell their stories; participants will receive mentoring, training, and support in developing original IP.
The storyboard artist and filmmaker discusses how he made the leap from animation supervisor to his storyboard artist, how to self-fund your film and what mentality is needed to reinvent yourself.
Inspired by YouTube creator James Rallison’s popular online comic videos, the show will debut on the streamer later this year.
Academy Award-winning industry veterans Eric Brevig and Greg Butler join the visual effects and animation company at a time of unprecedented growth.
Our favorite fearless friends keep chasing their NYC dreams outside their Zoo habitat in seven all-new episodes coming to Hulu and Peacock on June 30.
At the Netflix FYSEE event, Melinda Dilger, Jennifer Flackett, Kelly Galuska, and Emily Dean discussed their hit shows – ‘Arcane,’ ‘Big Mouth,’ ‘Human Resources,’ and ‘The Very Pulse of the Machine’ from ‘Love, Death + Robots’ – and their unlikely paths to success.
Nickelodeon Animation and Paramount Pictures’ photoshoot, inspired by the iconic photo, honors 55 creators, story artists, animators, directors, and executives and their lasting contributions to the industry.
The cutting-edge technology company joins other leading organizations in the open Forum designed to foster industry-wide cooperation on interoperability standards, laying the foundation for and tapping the potential of the Metaverse.
Sony’s new trailer showcases the titular croc’s singing skills and introduces the family who embraces him as one of their own; film hits theaters this Fall.
VFX supervisor John Gajdecki and VFX producer Matthew Gore, working with more than a dozen vendors as well as an inhouse team of 44 artists, increased the Season 1 shot count by 25%, across a wide array of complex visuals, in The CW show’s Season 2 production.