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Lucas Headline News

FOX’s ADHD Returns November 2

FOX’s new Saturday late-night ANIMATION DOMINATION HIGH-DEF programming block slices into November with all-new installments, featuring Axe Cop and High School USA!,” beginning late-night Saturday, November 2; Lucas Bros. Moving Co. and Golan the Insatiable to preview during special ADHD lineup Saturday, November 23.

Moving Headline News

Hudgens' Beastly Moving Due to Efron's Cloud

To save HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL fans from the dilemma of which film to see on July 30th, CBS Films is moving high-school-set Beauty and the Beast tale, BEASTLY, starring Vanessa Hudgens, to avoid a conflict with Universal's CHARLIE ST. CLOUD, which stars Zac Efron.

Moving Headline News

Moving Pixels Draft For Coors Light And NASCAR

Santa Monica-based design and vfx boutique Moving Pixels was brought in early to anchor a collaborative effort between director Nick Piper of Backyard and Draftfcb for this geared up spot from Coors Light, the official sponsor of NASCAR. See the spot at www.trustcollective.com or movingpixels.com.

Credits:

Client: Coors LightSpot Title: MOUNTAIN RACEAir Date: April 2008

Agency: DraftfcbCD(s): Julio Desir, Bill LindseyCopywriter: Steve BakerArt Director: Jeff HuserAgency Producer: Jim Phox

Moving Headline News

Don't Procrastinate: Check Out The Winners of Jerwood Moving Image Awards

The Jerwood Charitable Foundation announced the winners of the inaugural Jerwood Moving Image Awards.

One of the three winners utilized animation: Johnny Kelly for his film PROCRASTINATION.

Each winner received 10,000 pounds in the first-ever major award in the UK for artists working with digital moving image.

PROCRASTINATION by Johnny Kelly is a vivid and funny account of putting things off, a human experience that anyone can relate to, and whose humor is derived from the sparkling interplay between the droll script and the dazzling visuals.

Animation Events

Still Moving in January

By Guest (not verified) | Tuesday, January 1, 2008 at 11:00am
Begins: January 1, 2008

MoMA continues its regular series derived exclusively from its film collections, featuring works that have been acquired and preserved by MoMA over the last seven decades. This month, Still Moving features animation, from traditional cel animation to puppets, clay, and CGI. Included are three Technicolor Popeye shorts from the Fleischer studio recently restored by the museum, as well as MY NEIGHBORS THE YAMADAS, a disarming chronicle of contemporary daily life by Japanese animation master Isao Takahata.

Festival Events

Learn to See from Pictures In Movement To Moving Images

By Guest (not verified) | Thursday, August 16, 2007 at 11:00am
Begins: August 16, 2007

From Aug. 16, to Sept. 2, 2007, the Zurab Gallery will be demonstrating the project "Learn to See from pictures in movement to moving images," presenting selections of borderline works at the interfaces between abstract arts and animation, among them one film by the cult artist Len Lye and works by Austrian artists. The festival tends to be with the Austrian bias, since the artist Bady Mink has prepared another program of his compatriots along with his own retrospective.

Festival Events

Ann Arbor Film Festival 2006

By Guest (not verified) | Tuesday, March 21, 2006 at 11:00am
Begins: March 21, 2006

The Ann Arbor Film Festival is a non-profit arts organization that has along-standing tradition of showcasing all genres of independent experimental film. Its mission is to provide a worldwide public forum for independent and experimental moving image exhibitions, to encourage and showcase artists of the moving image, to promote the moving image as art and to offer educational outreach. The week after the festival the festival will host a traveling tour of colleges, museums and theaters across the U.S. The early entry deadline is Sept. 1, standard deadline is Oct.

Festival Events

42nd Ann Arbor Film Festival

By Guest (not verified) | Tuesday, March 16, 2004 at 11:00am
Begins: March 16, 2004

The Ann Arbor Film Festival is a non-profit arts organization that has along-standing tradition of showcasing all genres of independent experimental film. Its mission is to provide a worldwide public forum for independent and experimental moving image exhibitions, to encourage and showcase artists of the moving image, to promote the moving image as art and to offer educational outreach. The week after the festival the festival will host a traveling tour of colleges, museums and theaters across the U.S. A total of $18,000 in cash prizes will be awarded by jurors in 22 categories.

Moving Headline News

MPC Does the ‘Hustle’

Ron Scalpello of BBC Broadcast has directed a series of trailers (1 x 60 secs, 1 x 40 secs and 3 x 20 secs and 3 x 5 secs) for Abbott Mead Vickers promoting the new BBC One drama HUSTLE. Visual effects and postproduction were carried out at Moving Picture Co. (MPC).

The series concentrates on a group of charismatic confidence tricksters in the business of making money. The trailers themselves introduce the five main characters: Albert, Stacie, Ash and Danny, with each persons particular traits being described by Mickey, their colleague, during the :60 trailer.

Moving Headline News

Lara Croft to Battle Seabiscuit; 28 Days to Offer Alternate Ending

Paramount's LARA CROFT TOMB RAIDER: THE CRADLE OF LIFE (with VFX by Cinesite (Europe) Ltd., Double Negative and the Moving Picture Co.) will open July 25, 2003 against Universal's SEABISCUIT (with VFX by Pixel Playground Inc., Sony Pictures Imageworks and The Orphanage).