ATTN:’s Taye Shuayb discusses the rigors of producing and delivering episodes of the adult animated series every weekday while working remotely and safely during the pandemic.
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Recently launched kids’ streaming platform brings free curated content to mobile devices, expanding its reach to millions of U.S. households.
Jim and Brian Kehoe’s new adult comedy series, about Reynold’s unrequited love for Jackson, will be produced by Titmouse.
Preschool series, co-produced by Pukeko Pictures and Hengxin Shambala Kids, encourages kids to learn through play.
Iervolino Entertainment plans 250 five-minute episodes of kid’s show about five puffins dealing with small, fun problems of everyday life.
South African-based animation studio expects to create 60 new jobs over three years in its new Galway location.
Series creator Josh O’Keefe will direct new show about a mobile subterranean pub, an aspiring bartender, and a hellish wasteland.
Created by acclaimed artists Nikolai and Simon Haas, the 2D sci-fi comedy stars Rashida Jones and is executive produced by Will McCormack.
Mobile game is set in an industrial age fantasy world on brink of war; will be available worldwide except East Asia on Android and iOS platforms.
In an effort to help families during the COVID-19 crisis, streaming platform offers free access to its extensive roster, now including Toonz shows like ‘Darwin and Newts.’
Pamela Adlon and David Herman are back in the latest hilarious animated short from mobile-first entertainment company Seriously and Reel FX.
Clay-based stop-motion series chronicles the strangely relatable lives of suburban anthropomorphic blobs.
Maurice LaMarche and Pamela Adlon return in the seventh hilarious animated short from mobile-first entertainment company Seriously and Reel FX.
Veteran designer and modeler Heather Shepherd used nuanced facial animation to bring joy and life to a 3D model.
Pitches now being accepted for unique vertically formatted mobile series; up to 10 artists will be chosen to create 10-episode shows.
Created and developed by children’s media company Dog Ears, brand new original empathy-themed animated TV series and game is directed by John McDaid and Robin Davey.
Award-winning experimental immersive storytelling studio behind the Academy Award-nominated short film ‘Pearl’ and last year’s Oscar-shortlisted ‘Age of Sail’ is no more.
‘Late Afternoon,’ ‘Danger Mouse,’ ‘Space Chickens in Space’ and ‘Angela’s Christmas’ lead nominees for 3rd biennial ceremony taking place in Dingle on March 23th.
Based on the books by Brazilian author Flávia Lins e Silva, 2D-animated series produced by Mono Studios launches across all Nat Geo Kids platforms in Latin America in 2020.
Fifteenth international conference and festival of contemporary character design and art runs May 8-12.
Pollen Music Group’s Scot Stafford employs a modern, minimalist approach to creating the score for director John Kahrs’ sweeping new short film and VR experience for Google Spotlight Stories, ‘Age of Sail.’
Screenings and panels of Oscar-shortlisted animated short films to be followed by a filmmaker signing session.
Produced by Nexus Studios, new twist on the classic fairy tale combines interactive characters, voice recognition and Augmented Reality.
Technical art leads Cassidy Curtis and Theresa Latzko keep things shipshape in their quest to take the cinematic VR Short by Oscar-winning director John Kahrs onto the high seas.