Animation and VFX conference, set for next April 30-May 3, will highlight worldviews and workflows that inspire artistic exchange.
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Berlin-based Pictoplasma Conference returns to New York November 7 & 8 to present today’s most trailblazing and trendsetting character design with speakers including Réka Bucsi, Peter Sluszka and Sophie Koko Gate.
Berlin-based Pictoplasma Conference returns to New York to present today’s most trailblazing and trendsetting character design with speakers including Réka Bucsi, Peter Sluszka and Sophie Koko Gate.
Privately-owned digital entertainment studio acquires 100 percent of leading European provider of VFX and animation for an undisclosed amount.
Seven animated features selected to compete at the 2018 Ottawa International Animation Festival; Virtual Reality and Young Audience selections also announced.
Producers will assemble April 26 and 27 in Stuttgart to present projects and meet with potential business partners.
International conference and festival of contemporary character design and art announces speakers, programs for May 2-6 event in Berlin.
Event confirms Phil Tippett and Aardman’s David Sproxton as speakers at the annual conference set for April 24-27 in Stuttgart, Germany.
Event assembles producers, broadcasters, distributors, sales agents, funding bodies and banks for one-to-one meetings.
Broadcasters in Germany and Italy among the first to sign on to carry the award-winning show’s third season.
Festival will celebrate its 25th anniversary edition with six-day celebration and associated events in the heart of Germany.
Robust program largely dedicated to the work of female directors and women who specialize in stop-motion animation runs September 15-17, 2017.
Event highlights include hearing from international VFX professionals and the 33 animago-AWARDS nominated projects from all over the world.
Disney Channel licenses seasons 3, 4 & 5 of the beloved cartoon produced by France’s Xilam for broadcast in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Despite serious competition from shows on rival networks Nickelodeon, Super RTL and Disney, the Award-winning, 3D-animated Insectibles, a co-production between One Animation, KiKA, Discovery and ZDF-Enterprises, has topped the ratings charts for kids TV in Germany.
Thirty-three nominees selected from 962 submissions from 58 countries to compete in 11 categories encompassing 3D Animation & Still, Visual Effects, Visualization and Design.