The all-new animated series follows Oscar, a wrestling fan who teams up with his wrestling idol to combat supernatural forces of evil; featuring WWE wrestler Óscar Gutiérrez, show will debut in 2022.
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Brothers Roy and Arturo Ambriz’s musical kids’ series, about an enthusiastic ‘ghost writer' and her book of scary stories, brings a modern twist to classic horror, now available on HBO Max Latin America.
Mexican TV network Televisa has picked up Season 5 of the popular kids’ series as well as Animaccord’s new educational musical project ‘Nursery Rhymes,’ starring the popular Masha character; the new animated shows will launch in August 2021.
The event, which promotes Mexican and Ibero-American cinema, is accepting both feature and short film animations for its official competition; the event runs October 1-9 - submission deadline is May 28.
Event has announced an ambitious program to promote Mexican and Latin American creative industries; featured activities include a focus on recruitment, women in animation, and business networking meetings.
Submissions now being accepted, through October 7, for Mexico’s first festival dedicated to the animated image in Mexico and Latin America.
Animated short films from 10 countries including Estonia, Germany, Mexico, Poland and Spain selected to compete at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival running January 24 through February 3.
Jean-Marie Marbach’s abstract short, inspired by Visual Music and made entirely with Trapcode Suite, takes top prize at annual showcase for excellence in computer animation.
Girl Power: Pitch Me The Future development prize awarded to ‘Forgotten Forest’ by Madelein Treviño.
Competition finalists will pitch their ideas in front of Cartoon Network executives at this year’s Pixelatl festival, running September 4-8 in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
‘The Tiniest Man in the World’ and ‘Decorado’ are win in the series and short film categories in the inaugural edition of the awards recognizing achievement in Ibero-American animation.
The first edition of the event gathers more than 250 professionals to the Spanish isle on April 6-7.
Twenty-four works from nine countries are finalists for the first-ever edition of the awards, held on the island of Tenerife, Spain.
Pixar’s most-recent feature opens with strong $71.2 million opening over the five-day Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Stop-motion animated feature directed by Luis Tellez and produced by Paula Astorga and Milko Luis to be completed by 2020.
Third film starring the thunder god has the series’ best opening, while ‘Coco’ continues to sell tickets in Mexico.
First VR project by Mexican director Jorge Gutierrez for Google Spotlight Stories to be presented alongside a production panel with the director, composer/sound designer Scot Stafford, and technical supervisor John Anderholm.
Based on the characters created by Ricardo Arnaiz and the successful trilogy of children’s films created by Mexico’s Anima Estudios, ‘Las Leyendas,’ aka ‘Legend Quest,’ is the first Netflix series to be produced in Latin America.
New 2D-animated series for the American Girl brand is set to launch on Mexico’s Televisa in mid-December.
In a special report from April 1, 2018, harsh realities spur virtual escapism in a post-truth society.
Film Roman teams with Boxel Studios to launch full-service animation and VFX studio Film Roman Baja; new facility overseen by Uriel Reyes Botello and Andres Reyes Botello to service all of Film Roman’s productions.
Created by Anima Estudios in Mexico, season one of the children’s series featuring the work of writer/producer James Krieg will premiere worldwide on the streaming service in 2017.