The popular preschool animated comedy-adventure series is a spinoff of the animated movie ‘Snowtime;’ the show encourages kids to use their imaginations to create their own games of make-believe in the outdoor world.
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Deal cements company’s commitment to the local market, providing users with additional resources and creative tools.
Based on ‘My Life in Versailles,’ the acclaimed 2D film inspired by the 2015 attack, new series will follow the film’s main character, 8-year-old Violette, who after losing her parents, is sent to live with a relative where she must face and conquer her traumatic past.
Former Skydance, DreamWorks Animation and Nickelodeon executive will report directly to President & CEO Travis Knight.
Former FX executive, who helped launch network’s ‘Cake’ animation and live-action anthology series, will oversee animated feature and short film slate for J. J. Abrams' production company, including Dr. Seuss’ ‘Oh, the Places You’ll Go!’
Acquisition will expand global talent base throughout company’s diverse global business units; deal will bolster its service offerings in regions including U.S., Canada, Europe and the U.K.
The 20-year industry veteran comes full circle as she returns to the studio where she began her career armed with an impressive list of film credits.
Company’s strike collaborative, multi-territory deal expanding reach on Prime Video of popular animated series and its spin-offs, ‘Masha's Spooky Stories’ and ‘Masha's Tales.’
In her new role, the newly promoted company veteran will be responsible for increasing the division’s strategic efforts to lead growth in the industry.
Check out new trailer for upcoming show from Rainbow Group and Toonz Media Group, who are partnering on CG adaptation of Carlo Collodi’s ‘The Adventures of Pinocchio.’
Konami Cross Media inks new streaming/digital agreements with UK-based Sky Kids and Australian-based anime streaming platform, AnimeLab.
Fleischer Studios taps Global Icons for worldwide representation as the studio seeks new, creative, and strategic opportunities to expand their iconic brands.
Former Disney executive to lead VFX company’s further global expansion into original content and animation.
In partnership with Disney UK & Ireland, AWUK aims to connect industry veterans with the next generation of female talent seeking guidance and support in their professional endeavors.
Company’s new UK-based division kicks off with a slate of five new shows including ‘Peeled Prawn & Shaved Sheep,’ ‘Snö,’ ‘Wise Island Woohoos,’ ‘Trippin,’ and ‘Cassidy’s Castle;’ BGF Invests £6 million, acquiring a minority share in the animation studio.
The illustrious DCEU director returns to the zombie genre in a high-octane heist film that follows a group of mercenaries battling the zombie horde to score the ultimate payoff.
Production to begin Spring 2021; produced by redknot, a joint venture between Nelvana and Discovery, the show is based on the popular graphic novels written and illustrated by Ashley Spires.
Production duo will partner on IP development, bringing the tradition of Lucha Libre from the golden age of Mexican cinema to animated series and new media platforms.
Veteran 3D artist brings 20+ years of experience, having worked as CG supervisor on notable projects including ‘Walking Dead,’ ‘Fear of the Walking Dead’, ‘McGuyver,’ ’Hawaii 5-0,’ and ‘Shameless.’
Animated ‘Pre-Westoric’ show from Industrial Brothers and Boat Rocker Studios celebrates family, teamwork, community, and outdoor fun.
Deadline for submissions is February 7, 2021 - selected MIFA pitch projects receive unique opportunities with access to and meetings with key players in the animation sector; June 14-19 event will be run both online and in-person.
Company founded by the software program’s original creator and Cartoon Saloon’s supervisor of Moho animation will continue developing the technology used on films like ‘Wolfwalkers’ and ‘The Breadwinner.’
The super dark but lovable characters, Gloomy and Pity, take the leap from merchandise to anime stars with their own animated TV series launching in Japan next April.
DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming sequel to their 2017 Oscar-nominated comedy, ‘Boss Baby,’ will now reach theatres on September 17, 2021, taking the scheduled spot of their animated feature ‘The Bad Guys,’ which moves to 2022.