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Awards Headline News

Winners Announced for 12th Festival Stop Motion Montreal

Top honors go to multi-national list of films including ‘The Silly Duck Wizard’ by Terry Ibele; ‘Une de Perdue’ by Marie Clerc; ‘Uzi’ by Dina Velikovskaya; and ‘Un Coeur d'Or’ by Simon Filliot.

Stop-Motion Headline News

Online Festival Stop Motion Montreal Coming September 14-20

‘Home Sweet Home’ 12th edition will connect the international stop-motion animation community virtually.

Business Headline News

Cinesite Bolsters Management Team with Three New Hires

Melissa Taylor, Siobhan Bentley and Tamara Boutcher will oversee feature animation and VFX services in London and Montreal studios.

DNeg Headline News

DNEG Expands TV Business in Vancouver and Montréal

Award-winning VFX house expands Vancouver and Montréal facilities, hires veteran television and VFX producer Michelle Eisenreich to lead Vancouver operations.

Digital Dimension Headline News

Digital Dimension Appoints Frédérick Faubert Chief Creative Officer

Former Hibernum founder and president & CCO brings 20 years of experience in the animation, video game and the toy industries.

NFB Headline News

Seven NFB Films to Screen at 17th Annual Sommets du Cinéma D’animation

Oscar-winners Snowden and Fine’s hilarious ‘Animal Behaviour’ and pinscreen gem ‘Embraced’ lead National Film Board’s impressive festival roster.   

Stop-Motion Headline News

Max Porter and Ru Kuwahata’s ‘Negative Space’ Tops Montreal Stop Motion Festival

Sofia Carrillo’s ‘Cerulia’ awarded best independent film; Mark C. Smith’s ‘Two Balloons’ named best Youth Film.

Cinesite VFXWorld

Cinesite Delivers Superhero-Sized VFX & Animation for ‘Ant-Man And The Wasp’

Led by VFX supervisor Stephane Paris, the Montreal studio delivers 200 visual effects shots for the latest Marvel Studios feature directed by Peyton Reed.

Annecy 2018 Headline News

Digital Dimension Bringing ‘Improbable Pirate Adventures’ to Annecy 2018

Real-time rendering within Epic Games Unreal 4 game engine powers new CG-animated short-form series aimed at 6-11-year-olds.

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