A Stark Production, WildBrain, and Infinite Studios’ popular 3DCG animated series scores new international distribution in the U.S., Canada, Ireland, Norway and France.
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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.
Emmy Award-winning industry veteran brings 25+ years experience to his new position overseeing client projects and supporting biz dev in the U.K.; will be based out of the company’s London office.
The streamer releases its official trailer and a new set of images from the upcoming animated adventure, directed by Anthony Stacchi, that follows a rebellious and charismatic Monkey and his magical fighting Stick.
‘Deadpool 3,’ ‘Apples Never Fall,’ and ‘Mortal Kombat 2’ are some of the first projects affected as roughly 160,000 film and TV actors take to the picket line after negotiations fail with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
The leading multiplatform media company returns to SDCC with fan favorites, exclusive items, giveaways, and more; for those unable to make it in-person, Shout! TV will air a special re-cutting and re-imagining, Always a Sword: A Sword & Sorcery Adventure, July 19 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.
The Stan Lee brand is getting energized as the company's new film division will develop content leveraging AI technology to create more animation in less time, reducing expenses while maintaining human creativity.
The Academy Award-winning filmmaker’s first feature in 10 years opens this weekend in Japan, will hit theaters in North America later this year.
The award-winning visual effects house’s latest expansion leverages London infrastructure while building on relationships with regional talent; new facility helmed by long-time employee and 2D supervisor Jorge Oliva Ruiz de Leon.
Effort marks the first organizing campaign for The Animation Guild, IATSE Local 839, outside the continental United States.
Roughly 160,000 film and TV actors will join the more than 11,000 writers currently on strike after negotiations failed with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
The industry veteran and co-founder of Atomic Cartoons launches the new production studio in partnership with Manila’s animation studio, Toon City.
Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana Limited has entered into a deal to sell its Emmy Award-winning Montreal-based animation software business for around $147.5 million CAD in cash.
Academy Award-winning ‘Hair Love’ studio gives Nick dibs on its original kids and family IP across animated series, features, short-form, and digital content.
Inna Sahakyan’s harrowing film tells the story of Aurora Mardiganian, who escaped the Armenian Genocide before embarking on an odyssey that took her to the heights of Hollywood stardom.
The animation studio where shows like ‘Dexter’s Laboratory’ and ‘The Powerpuff Girls’ were produced will ditch its iconic Burbank, California spot on August 1 to share offices with Warner Bros. Animation; both divisions will continue to run separately.
After winning the European Commission’s approval and triumphing over the FTC, the hard-fought acquisition may close by July 18 if the U.K.’s CMA block is rejected.
Submissions are now being accepted for next year’s event, taking place in San Diego; the deadline for entries is September 8, 2023.
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 Animation Guild will represent artists and production workers in upcoming negotiations at the studio; Texas becomes the first Right-to-Work state to have union-represented animation workers.
The Vancouver studio teams with Blair Peters and Nick Orchard to reimagine the iconic Canadian series.
Anna Foerster, Olivia Williams, and Emily Watson now star in the upcoming series, set in the 'Dune' universe, which centers on the lives of the fabled religious sect trained to resist the Voice.
The book, written by Skwigly Editor-in-Chief Ben Mitchell, provides insight into the animation industry, from story development and casting to editing and distribution, as well as an exclusive look into the working processes of some of the industry’s most noteworthy indie animation talents, including Signe Baumane, Adam Elliot, Don Hertzfeldt, Kirsten Lepore, Robert Morgan, David OReilly, PES, Bill Plympton, Rosto, Chris Shepherd, and more.
The Canadian-based Pomelo Studio owner discusses his shift from advertising to animation and how he is switching up the traditional studio business model.