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Former Sony Pictures Animation SVP will head up project and talent development, working with known books and IP as well as original ideas.
The Annie and Critics’ Choice Award-nominated feature from DreamWorks Animation and Pearl Studio shows that in the right hands, a U.S. / China co-production can resonate with all audiences and find international success.
Nominated for four Annie Awards, the film about a young city girl who helps a mysterious Yeti elude captors and travel 2,000 miles to reach his Himalayan home, will also be released on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on December 17.
DreamWorks Animation and Pearl Studio’s just released US-China co-production shows animation’s true power to cross cultural boundaries with an entertaining, relatable and emotional story.
Andy Erekson’s stylized look at a grumpy robot, C-0R13, set in the not too distant future, will debut next month during the studio’s expansive set of sneak peeks and work-in-progress presentations during the Annecy Animation Festival.
Program lineup and initial list of presenters for third annual symposium, taking place June 10, highlight important focus on “Belonging” and critical topics affecting women working in the animation industry.
Former Sony Pictures Entertainment President will oversee strategic planning and primary business operations.
Feature programming includes an extended preview of ‘Abominable’ and world premiere of the short film ‘Marooned’; TV studio focus to offer first look of ‘Fast & Furious’ animated series and new footage from ‘She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.’
Newly-appointed studio President Margie Cohn announces new Chief Creative Officer roles and management structure.
Chris deFaria to depart DWA following the global release of ‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’; Illumination founder and CEO Chris Meledandri to continue to act as senior advisor.
Announced at MIPJunior, ‘Archibald’s Next Big Thing,’ ‘Gabby’s Dollhouse’ and ‘Rhyme Time Town’ join growing list of DWA shows launching in 2019 and 2020.
In creating multiple family-friendly series for Netflix streaming, the studio finds an exhilarating creative freedom.
Series based on Universal’s long-running live-action auto-action series part of an expansion of the studio’s deal with the streaming service.
Co-presidents Bonnie Arnold and Mireille Soria tapped to run DWA’s feature animation group, reporting to Universal Pictures chairman Donna Langley; president Ann Daly to step down.
Margie Cohn and Dave Smith discuss their new 2D comedy talk show series for kids featuring the iconic characters now available on Netflix.
Women In Animation co-presidents Marge Dean and Kristy Scanlan present findings and host a panel discussion with advisory board members Bonnie Arnold, Margie Cohn, Lenora Hume and Adina Pitt on the state of women in animation.
Annecy International Animation Film Festival gives ladies top billing in 2015, with great support by WIA on all levels of participation.
Industry veteran will supervise day-to-day production of more than a dozen new series DreamWorks Animation is producing for distribution.