The film, inspired by ‘Norwegian folklore, Medieval gore, contemporary Nordic horror, and tales of young, forbidden love,’ is currently in development.
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Sony Pictures Classics snags the rights for the Bossa Nova-themed feature co-directed by the ‘Chico & Rita’ duo Trueba and Javier Mariscal, with plans for an awards season release.
From ‘Rio 2’ writer Carlos Kotkin, the animated comedy follows the heir of Don Quixote as he and his friends save their hometown in La Mancha.
The studios are already in production on their first project, ‘Pierre the Pigeon-Hawk,’ starring rapper will.i.am, Jennifer Coolidge, Luis Guzmán, Jennifer Hudson, and Snoop Dogg.
The filmmaker discusses how he funded his animation team for ‘It’s Nice in Here,’ the key to his captivating storytelling, and what it’s like to work in the industry in the Netherlands.
Crunchyroll, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Wild Bunch International, and Eurozoom will distribute the anime film in theaters internationally beginning April 12, 2023.
Makoto Shinkai’s latest film follows 17-year-old Suzume as she travels across Japan to close mysterious doors which, when open, usher in destruction and disaster.
The Oscar-qualifying event returns August 11-20 with programs featuring both adult and family-friendly animation; films to screen at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres include ‘New Moon’ by Emmy nominee Colman Domingo, ‘Five Cents’ by Aaron Hughes, and Cannes Selection 2022 ‘Scale’ by Joseph Pierce.
In the ‘Your Name’ and ‘Weathering with You’ director’s latest film, Nanoka Hara voices Suzume, a young woman who finds herself opening a series of doors to disaster that take her on a mysterious journey; slated for a November 11 release in Japan, it rolls out in major territories in early 2023.
The movie, from Philippe Duchene and Jean-Baptiste Cuvelier, is being planned as a multimedia franchise following its international run.
The anime platform teams up with Sony Pictures Entertainment and Wild Bunch to secure distribution rights for the ‘Your Name’ director’s upcoming film; slated for November 11 release in Japan, the film rolls out in major territories in early 2023.
Animated film starring David Tennant, Hugh Laurie, and Emilia Clarke, based on Sir Terry Pratchett's ‘The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents,’ nabs numerous international sales as part of its planned 2022 release.
Created by Telescope Animation using Unreal Engine 5, the film tells the story of a teenage humpback whale who must face his fears and summon a mystical song to save the oceans from a monstrous creature.
GKIDS will release the highly acclaimed Studio Chizu animated feature on January 14th, 2022; check out two new teaser trailers and images.
Filmograf and The Illuminated Film Company ink co-production deal on project about the fantastic journey of an orphaned Syrian brown bear; Iain Gardner will direct, drawing inspiration from Frédéric Back’s ‘The Man Who Planted Trees.’
A 2021 Official Selection in Cannes, the animated feature, based on the manga series by Jiro Taniguchi, hits select US theaters November 24 and UK theaters November 26 prior to streaming on Netflix starting November 30.
Highly anticipated animated musical fantasy will debut as an official selection in upcoming Cannes Premiere section July 15 before hitting Japanese theaters July 16; GKIDS to release theatrically in North America this winter, both in Japanese and English dubbed versions.
The famed Hungarian animation director and historian, who won a Palme d'Or and garnered an Oscar nomination in addition to his ASIFA-Hollywood honor, passed away May 29.
The world’s largest entertainment content market is coming October 11 – 14.
MIPCOM ONLINE+ will enable the international community to connect and share the MIPCOM experience, in Cannes or anywhere worldwide.
The world’s largest entertainment content market is coming October 12 – 15; MIPCOM Online+ gives access to those who can’t attend.
Their ‘The Last Whale Singer’ animated feature heads to theatres in 2023, along with planned prequel game, interactive book and other related content.
In light of the French government's recent ban on indoor events with more than 5,000 people, Reed Midem decides to cancel the long-running international TV content market.