The 5-day festival opens October 18 with GKIDS’ presentation of the legendary filmmaker and Studio Ghibli’s new film at the Hollywood landmark TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX; program includes special screenings, competitions, panels and premieres.
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Directed by Sam Fell, the sequel to Aardman’s hugely successful stop-motion animated ‘Chicken Run’ hits the streamer in December.
67th BFI London Film Festival to host October 14th gala screening of the award-winning animation studio’s ‘Chicken Run’ sequel at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall.
Animation UK campaigned for the increase in tax incentives and for the inclusion of animated theatrical release films, in addition to animated television programs.
The streamer goes buggin with the studio’s first entirely 3DCG animated comedy kicking off next month as part of the platform’s ‘kids and family’ programming.
Fell will attend in person, presenting on the making of Netflix and Aardman’s upcoming animated comedy about the new adventures of freedom-fighting chickens Ginger and Rocky; the VIEW Conference takes place October 15-20 in Turin, Italy.
The stop-motion show’s second season is accompanied by ‘Morph Thingy-Ma-Bobstacle Course,’ a new interactive game exclusive to Sky Live - the AI-enabled interactive camera from Sky – where you can physically direct Morph along a series of epic obstacle courses, collecting buttons, dodging shapes, and battling bosses to reach the top of the leader board.
Leading multi-platform media company secures North American rights to the animation studio’s award-winning titles ‘Shaun the Sheep,’ ‘Wallace & Gromit,’ ‘Morph,’ and ‘Timmy Time.’
The animator shares fast-track stop-motion skills for beginners and discusses how anyone, in any situation, can pursue their dream career.
For Spain’s El Guiri Studios, Ireland’s Cartoon Saloon, and Chile’s Punkrobot, contributing original shorts to the second season of Lucasfilm’s animated anthology allowed them to pay homage to their home countries through both design and narrative inspiration; the series is now streaming exclusively on Disney+.
The multi-Academy Award-winning stop-motion animation studio delivers a charming 40 second TV spot for the Somerset family cider maker, debuting May 25.
For executive producers James Waugh, Jacqui Lopez, and Josh Rimes, nine original shorts from a roster of top animation studios - created with 2D, 3DCG, stop-motion, and different fusion techniques - embrace global perspectives not always explored in Western narratives; new season debuts May 4 on Disney+.
Presentations include an exclusive screening of ‘Nimona,’ a sneak peek of ‘Leo’ starring Adam Sandler, and a ‘See What's Next @ Netflix’ panel with clips and creator discussions; the festival runs June 11-17.
London event showcases cast and filmmaker panels for animated series ‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch,’ ‘Star Wars: Visions’ Volume 2, and ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars,’ plus trailer debuts and first two episode screening for ‘Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures.’
The Oscar-winning studio and international children’s charity mark the 1-year anniversary of the war in Ukraine with an animated film that sheds light on the plight of refugee children around the world.
ITV and RTÉjr have recommissioned the animated preschool series that helps toddlers understand their emotions.
Lucasfilm’s unique anthology returns May 4 with nine new shorts created by an international line-up of award-winning filmmakers and animation studios, including Cartoon Saloon, Aardman, and Triggerfish, harnessing different animation styles, each offering a new take on the mythos of ‘Star Wars.’
In the newly created role, exec will lead a team covering commercial and creative strategies in digital publishing, as well as the strategic direction of digital monetization across AVOD, FAST and EST.
Produced using Cinema 4D, Redshift and Red Giant, ‘Pop Paper City,’ LoveLove Films’ all-new series, follows a group of paper characters who go on crafting adventures together with the help of their live-action guardian, Helping Hand; the show launched last week in the U.K. and will soon roll out globally.
Watch a trailer for the quirky new animated comedy adventure that follows Lloyd B Fly, a housefly and middle child living at home with his family of 451.
The quirky, new comedy-adventure follows Lloyd B Fly, a housefly and middle child living at home with his family of 224; viewers will be introduced to the weird and wonderful world of insects when the show premieres next month on CITV.
An all-star acting lineup joins Oscar-nominated director Nora Twomey’s upcoming animated feature about a young boy who runs away to rescue a young dragon.
The former Walt Disney Studios exec joins the company March 28 in the newly created role; studio also announces Harry Linden came on board as head of Stop Frame Production earlier this month.
Escape Studio will hold the event’s 10th edition both online and in person, featuring talks, presentations, and career advice aimed at students, emerging talent, and industry professionals; the festival runs March 8-10.