South American studio collective Los Amigos produces first season of 1-minute episodes featuring the young Angry Birds flock - Red, Bomb, Chuck, Stella and Silver – inspired by the ‘Angry Birds Dream Blast’ mobile game.
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From Shout! Studios, home entertainment release of the Annie Award-nominated Brazilian animated feature includes an interview with filmmakers Gustavo Steinberg and Gabriel Bitar.
Director Gustavo Steinberg and producer Daniel Greco tackle adult themes of political fear and media distortion in their critically acclaimed independent animated feature aimed at young audiences.
Based on the books by Brazilian author Flávia Lins e Silva, 2D-animated series produced by Mono Studios launches across all Nat Geo Kids platforms in Latin America in 2020.
Award-winning animated feature opens in New York City January 25, with theatrical openings in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Philadelphia and Arizona to follow on February 1.
Brazilian animator and director also known as BlinkMyBrain collaborates with agency R/GA Shanghai and production company Final Frontier for 2D-animated ‘Guardian.’
São Paulo-based duo behind ‘100 Years in 100 Seconds,’ the short film created for the 2018 Annecy Festival celebrating 100 years of Brazilian animation, signs with international creative animation and design studio for global representation.
Shout! Studios acquires North American theatrical, digital and home entertainment rights to highly-anticipated animated feature from Brazil.
Independent creative animation and design studio expands to new location in New York City led by creative director Guilherme Marcondes, art director Felipe Jornada and executive producer Luis Ribeiro.
ANIMAGE 2018 aims to offer a safe-haven for the freedom of ideas by sheltering the visual creations of filmmakers in the conflicted contemporary context of Brazil and the world.
From the country’s first recorded animation from 1917 to the vibrant contemporary scene, the 2018 Annecy International Animated Film Festival presents the best of a century of Brazilian animation.
Twenty-five years since leaving his native country of Brazil, DreamWorks Animation head of story Ennio Torresan is actively pursuing projects with a Brazilian flavor.
Director of hits from ‘Ice Age’ to ‘Ferdinand’ will receive the festival’s Iconic Director award and present a master class.
The first edition of the event gathers more than 250 professionals to the Spanish isle on April 6-7.
Twenty-four works from nine countries are finalists for the first-ever edition of the awards, held on the island of Tenerife, Spain.
Miami will serve as the base for the producer of such series as ‘Earth to Luna!,’ ‘Fishtronaut’ and ‘Ping and Pong.’