Tagged With: October
Cartoon Network celebrates Halloween all month long with brand new creepy cartoon network originals and spooky specials, all-new, spine-tingling specials from 'Regular Show,' 'Uncle Grandpa,' 'Annoying Orange,' 'Dreamworks Dragons: Defenders of Berk,' 'MAD' and 'Johnny Test.'
Disney Junior celebrates Halloween with themed episodes of hit series Sofia the First, Jake and The Never Land Pirates and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, and popular short-form series Minnie's Bow-Toons.
The Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival announces the lineup for the 2013 edition taking place October 18 – 20.
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) launches the sixth edition of Get Animated!, bringing many of the country’s finest and funniest animated films to communities.
Creepy creatures and scary specters abound in TELETOON’s Halloween programming, airing from Friday, October 19 to Wednesday, October 31, 2012.
For the second straight year, Syfy will serve as tour guide to Halloween in New York City with its imaginative “31 Days of HalloweeNYC.”
Get ready for an eerie-sistible October with Halloween-themed programming all month long on Astral’s Family Channel, Disney Junior and Disney XD.
This October, Escape Studios hosts the first-ever VFX festival in London, celebrating a decade of VFX excellence in the UK.
MTV is launching an all-new animated comedy block this Thursday, October 27, with the premieres of Mike Judge’s “Beavis and Butt-Head” at 10:00 p.m., followed by new series from creator David Gordon Green, “Good Vibes” at 10:30 p.m., featuring the voice talent of Adam Brody, Josh Gad, Danny McBride and Debi Mazar, among others.
On Saturday, October 22nd, Women In Animation International is offering a unique, not-to-be-missed, one-day event to “inspire” you in your personal life and career.
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is launching the fifth edition of Get Animated! from October 22 to November 6, 2011, and offering an expanded array of FREE animation screenings and activities in over 20 cities across Canada.
Cartoon Network is full of ghoulish goods this October with a line-up of frightfully fun new episodes and specials themed around everyone’s favorite haunted holiday.
The next chapters of two big horror franchises will be descending on theaters next October, according to Shock Till You Drop.
Scholastic Media, the entertainment and media division of Scholastic Inc., produces award-winning, top-rated kids' television shows for broadcast and cable channels.
New York City is out of this world again as vampires, zombies and freaks shake up the Big Apple in new episodes of the hit animated comedy series, premiering October 6 at 10:30 p.m.
Corus Entertainment, Canada’s largest kids’ broadcaster, is jam-packed with new and returning series and themed programming in celebration of Halloween and Thanksgiving this October. Highlights include the premiere of Kyle XY as well as Season 2 premieres of original favourites In Real Life and the sketch comedy series That’s So Weird!
Straddling a wide range of topics, style of animation and comedy sensibilities, the ten pilot episodes created through the TELETOON Detour Pilot Project are set to roll out on Sympatico.ca and thedetour.ca from October 23.
Anime Supercon is back and better than ever. South Florida's anime, animation, manga, comic book and cosplay convention is set for the weekend of October 31, November 1 and November 2. Get ready for the biggest Halloween party in the southeast in a new location: the Downtown Miami Hilton. The show will include celebrity guests, artists, writers, vendors, industry guests, Q&A's, parties, costume contests, anime programming, manga, cosplay, workshops, panels, cosplay photo shoots and raves.
Now in its third year, The Florida Media Market is hosting its annual Global Film & Media Conference in Miami Beach, Florida at the Alexander All-Suite Oceanfront Resort from Thursday, October 23 to Sunday, October 26. This international conference will lend for networking, learning, sharing ideas and building new artistic relationships.
Additional Events Surrounding the Conference:
Opening Night Celebration will be held at the Havana Club on Thursday, Oct 23 and will feature live entertainment and hot hors d'oeuvres.
Animation for adult audiences is suddenly a hot trend, affecting the content of films, TV and, of course, the Web. For those of us with a low cuteness threshold, this can only come as welcome relief. If you've ever had an idea for something other than the 6-to-11-year-old demographic, join the conversation on Wednesday, October 22 for WIA/L.A.'s next General Meeting: "Animation Of, By and For Adults."
A panel of creators and executives will discuss the opportunities and pitfalls of programming for the grown-up market. These include:
Patric Verrone -- President, WGA West
Ryan Larkin's SPARE CHANGE will have a Canadian theatrical run before the feature film ALL TOGETHER NOW. Co-directed by Laurie Gordon, SPARE CHANGE is a surreal journey through Larkin's own powerful and ultimately liberating imagination. A street beggar, Astral Pan (voiced by Larkin), takes us from the sidewalks of a wintry Montreal day to the gates of heaven and hell and back. The film features original works by Larkin, including character drawings, flip book animations from earlier in his career and several of Larkin's own paintings.
This month, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr. and sister networks Nicktoons Network and NOGGIN are treating kids to spooky marathons and chill-filled new episodes of their favorite hit shows. Additionally, two of Nickelodeon's kids' websites, Nick.com and Nicktropolis, will feature new Halloween-themed online games to complement "Shocktober" programming.