The animator, writer, story editor, set designer and founder of Tiny Lion animation studio shares how to polish your pitch, connect with studios to deliver it – and what it’s like when you succeed.
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Kirsten Newlands joins the company as EVP Production & Partnerships; Koyalee Chanda as SVP Animation; and Jonathan Abraham as Director of Distribution.
The webcomic creator shares how he teamed up with Dan Harmon to make his viral Instagram IP into a streaming sensation, which he monetized via merchandise such as t-shirts, plushies and a book.
The first free webinar in the new program, featuring animation veteran Wahid Ibn Reza, set for September 23; effort looks to provide guidance for students and professionals in animation and VFX.
Vassey shares her journeys, including how she crossed the bridge from TV and feature animation to CG gaming and what skill level is needed to be a technical artist; also learn about the short she’s currently producing.
London-based independent animation studio expands its creative team with the Italy-based character designer, animator, and illustrator.
The studio’s Québec facility celebrates 10th anniversary and announces addition of Francois Lambert and Jeremy Robert as VFX supervisors; recent deliveries include ‘Barbie,’ ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ and ‘Foundation’ Season 2.
The industry veteran brings 30+ years of experience across television and film with credits on projects including ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,’ ‘Tron: Legacy,’ ‘Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey’ and ‘The Orville.’
The industry veteran comes on board as creative director of animation as the studio expands into feature animation and high-end TV; animation division also recently welcomed Chrissy Metge as executive producer and Louis Flores as VFX supervisor.
The ‘Nimona’ director joins the animation division along with Julie Zackary as head of animation production and Erica Pulcini as creative executive; next animated feature, ‘Foo’ to be helmed by the Oscar-winning Blue Sky co-founder.
Committed the studio’s 2025 hiring goal of 200 diverse animation professionals, foundation and Black Women Animate Studios team up to support development program targeting historically underrepresented and diverse talent.
The 2D animator discusses what industry experience completely changed his view of animation, how he is improving his character performance and building a social media presence for his new short - a work in progress funded via Kickstarter.
Leading mocap and performance capture company names Alex Hill business development manager for gaming, Dan Baybutt post-production supervisor, and Lucy Pennington operations managers.
The CG animator, NOT known for his CG work, talks stop-motion animation, NFTs and where he’s going with his red blob creation, Tomba.
The 30+ year industry veteran will oversee implementation of the organization’s vision and objectives across production, distribution, marketing, and business; he assumes his new role September 11.
The film industry veteran brings 25+ years of experience to the studio, including a BAFTA-nomination for ‘Ant-Man.’
Industry veteran will lead business development and client strategy as the virtual production company expands its service offerings to the filmmaking industry.
The animators discuss how independent paths brought them together at Phil Tippet’s studio and how their mutual trust prompted them to launch their own business - together.
All-in-one system gets redesigned for speed and efficiency to help studios and freelancers bid for jobs of any size while keeping track of their bottom line.
The LA-based animator discusses the challenges of running his own studio and dives into the realities of self-producing a stop-motion short inspired by his journey through cancer treatment.
The visual effects veteran brings 20+ years’ experience to his new role, including an Oscar win on Sir Ridley Scott’s ‘Gladiator’ and a BAFTA win on ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.’
The independent stop-motion animator shares tips on leveraging social media, the challenges of running her own business and what the future holds for her ‘felt’ animation career.
The artist reveals what it takes to build a studio from scratch, how to sell and pitch an animated TV show, and how to start a career as a producer.
Alongside celebrating commencement, the growing animation training program for neurodiverse adults announced festival screenings for ‘Willow’s Tale’ and new project slate for its affiliated animation studio Brainstorm Productions.