On heels of studio’s recent transition to employee ownership, co-founder Dave Sproxton stepping down after 43 years as Managing Director.
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Three-day festival features screenings, panel discussions, presentations and top talent from Pixar Animation Studios, Google Creative Lab, and DreamWorks Animation.
Spark CG hosts the 11th annual Spark Animation Festival in Vancouver, promising a window into the leading minds of GC and animation.
Veteran finishing artist brings two decades of experience on shows like HBO’s ‘The Wire’ and ‘Sex in the City.’
Former Smoke & Mirrors producer brings his global expertise to further the company’s reach across their integrated advertising platform.
Animated #MeToon video featuring interviews with women working in animation details how ‘Loud House’ creator Chris Savino was fired from Nickelodeon following dozens of allegations of sexual harassment.
Key roles realigned, with SVP Meredith Roberts to oversee Emily Hart, Shane Prigmore and Alyssa Sapire in leading the development of animated programming for Disney Channel, Disney Junior and the upcoming Disney+ streaming service.
David Piombino appointed deputy head of 2D alongside VFX supervisor Thiago Porto, CG lead Dan Fine and senior FX/CG supervisor Santosh Gunaseelan.
Media and entertainment trade union BECTU calls for new industry code of practice to better protect freelance workers when companies go into administration.
Sold-out inaugural 2019 BRIC Talent and Innovation Summit gathers a diverse array of creative professionals and leaders in entertainment and technology to reinvent how the industry recruits, supports and nurtures talent.
Academy Award, Golden Globe, and BAFTA Award-winning producer will develop and produce new animated and live-action feature films and series aimed at a global family audience.
First-ever all-day interactive summit aims to support the next generation of creative leaders and industry disrupters.
Aardman Animations founders Peter Lord and David Sproxton transfer ownership of the famed Bristol-U.K. stop-motion studio to employees in a bid to retain its independent status.
New pact improves coverage of productions made for streaming services, preserves members’ health and pension benefits, and raises wage minimums for covered work.
One-day U.K. animation industry event kicks off ahead of the Manchester Animation Festival on Monday, November 12.
Three-day symposium spotlighting female contributions to the field of animation and exploring solutions to sexual harassment, bias, and lack of diversity within the industry calls for heightened awareness of and increased empowerment for women, people of color, and those in the LGBTQ+ community.
Brent Butt, Fred Seibert headline; pitching programs return to the Ottawa Festival’s industry-driven event, The Animation Conference, running September 26-28 alongside OIAF 2018.
September 29 event merges Professional Development Day talks and Career Fair activities with new interactive components for an all-out art fun-day at OIAF 2018.
New talent platform showcases work by women, trans and non-binary people working in the largely male animation and motion industry.
Visual effects veteran has worked for some of the world’s biggest studios on major feature films including ‘Avengers: Infinity War,’ ‘Doctor Strange’ and ‘Star Trek.’
Settlement in the class-action lawsuit filed in December 2014 on behalf of animation and VFX workers to be paid out in July and August.
Former Pixar artist pens pro-equality manifesto, “Pixar’s Sexist Boys Club,” in a #MeToo “Call for Radical Change.”
The creator-driven network reveals a new partnership with The Animation Workshop to sponsor a female student in EMEA.