Supported by Post New York Alliance and NY State VFX/Animation tax credits, visual effects providers eye a post-COVID-19 comeback.
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The School of Visual Arts in New York City is offering a peek at some of its outstanding in-progress thesis projects from the school’s various animation-driven departments.
French animation festival to feature 15 premieres, animated shorts, features and discussions with acclaimed filmmakers.
The Misweant writes about a different labyrinth and definitely not those ‘Turtles;’ plus, with apologies to Rocket J. Squirrel, ‘that voice… where have I heard that voice?’
In this video featurette, the director discusses his decision to use animation over live-action as well as his approach to capturing actors’ performances, on his film about Luis Buñuel's famous documentary, ‘Las Hurdes: Land Without Bread.’
To support upcoming theatrical release, GKIDS shares featurette with director Salvador Simó discussing animation used for a specific look in his film about Luis Buñuel's famous documentary, ‘Las Hurdes: Land Without Bread.’
Festival returns June 21 with a First Day of Summer showcase featuring new work from noted event alumni.
Berlin-based Pictoplasma Conference returns to New York November 7 & 8 to present today’s most trailblazing and trendsetting character design with speakers including Réka Bucsi, Peter Sluszka and Sophie Koko Gate.
AWN’s resident Miscweant attends The Academy’s September New York City event honoring celebrated New York animators Signe Baumane, Emily Hubley, Candy Kugel and Debra Solomon.
Monthly Academy at Metrograph residency program in New York City to present groundbreaking independent filmmakers Signe Baumane, Emily Hubley, Candy Kugel and Debra Solomon.
Cutting-edge design and animation studio occupies adjacent studio space in SoHo to Psyop and sister company Blacklist.
Berlin-based Pictoplasma Conference returns to New York to present today’s most trailblazing and trendsetting character design with speakers including Réka Bucsi, Peter Sluszka and Sophie Koko Gate.
Independent creative animation and design studio expands to new location in New York City led by creative director Guilherme Marcondes, art director Felipe Jornada and executive producer Luis Ribeiro.
Ten graduate and undergraduate recipients selected for this year’s Animation Educators Forum scholarships.
Company will fully integrate Blacklist into its operations and has invests in a minority purchase in London-based animation studio Golden Wolf.
Clip puts spotlight on screening of family 3D title ‘Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants’ and a program of erotic animated short films.
Hire ushers in a period of expansion for the VFX and design studio, which also names Carolyn Reps to handle East Coast sales.