Lupus Film’s ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ was honored as best TV Special at the YouTube livestream of the official Annecy Awards.
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20 years after release of UK studio’s hit comedy, the highest-grossing stop-motion film of all time, we learn from filmmaker’s Annecy presentation that director Sam Fell and team will begin production next year on Ginger and Rocky’s new adventure.
Augmented reality experience from Aardman and Fictioneers consortium introduces their innovative new storytelling technology platform, using Unity tools, backed by UK government funding.
Under Neil Pymer’s creative direction, animated short artfully captures triple platinum-selling musician’s uplifting song about relationships in the digital age.
Coming October 21 on DVD and Blu-ray, the short film collection allows fans to relive the timeless and quintessentially British humor of Wallace and his four-legged companion.
On heels of studio’s recent transition to employee ownership, co-founder Dave Sproxton stepping down after 43 years as Managing Director.
Aardman’s new out-of-this-world animated feature ‘Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon’ arrives in the U.S. on December 13.
This Saturday’s black-tie ceremony recognizing the year’s best in the field of animation to be streamed live on the Annie Awards website.
It’s close encounters of the herd kind in the first official teaser trailer for Aardman’s new out-of-this-world animated feature, ‘Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon.’
Four-time Oscar winner maximizes more organic, stone-age look with targeted CG and no 3D printing on Aardman Animations’ Annie Award-nominated stop-motion feature.
Aardman Animations founders Peter Lord and David Sproxton transfer ownership of the famed Bristol-U.K. stop-motion studio to employees in a bid to retain its independent status.
Four-time Oscar-winning director to receive Lifetime Achievement Award, deliver closing keynote address.
The studio’s co-founder discusses their most recent animated feature, ‘Early Man,’ sharing insights on Oscar-winner Nick Park’s writing and directing process and how more and more CGI is integrated into stop-motion filmmaking.
AWN’s resident Miscweant weighs in on the Home Entertainment release of Oscar-winning director Nick Park’s stop-motion football feature.
Oscar-winning director Nick Park’s prehistoric romp available now on Digital and on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand on May 22.
Project is in early development, with Sam Fell directing and original writers Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Ferrell on board.
Industry veteran will oversee the company’s growing slate of co-productions as well as future productions partnerships.
Bristol-based VFX outfit delivers effects across 1,350 shots on Nick Park’s most-recent Aardman feature.
Animation directors Will Beecher and Merlin Crossingham detail their journey transporting Dug, Hobnob and Goona from the Stone Age to the football stadium.
Aardman animation directors Will Becher and Merlin Crossingham to present ‘The Making of Early Man’ at Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles on February 10th.
First solo feature from four-time Oscar-winning director Nick Park pits caveman against caveman in stone-age football comedy adventure arriving in U.S. theatres on February 16th.
As the venerable British studio releases its seventh feature film, co-founder Dave Sproxton begs the question of why his country lags behind in animated feature film production.
Four-time Oscar-winner’s first solo-directed feature pits caveman against caveman in a stone-age football comedy adventure.