The longtime Pixar technologist, who joined TCS in 2019, takes on new role to drive development of new technology platforms, enhancing the company’s digital capabilities.
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Animation studio taps development executive to help foster growing slate of kids and family entertainment and original IP-driven content.
French VFX studio adds digital visual effects veteran to oversee all graphic creation for films and series.
The artist, also known for his competition show ‘Robot Wars,’ passed away November 24 of complications related to Parkinson’s Disease, shared his daughter Megan Feffer on Facebook.
As chief content officer and EVP of production, the 30+ year VFX veteran will oversee all production, new business development, and content partnerships.
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Several claims have been dismissed within the suit that alleges special content for the adult animated series was created for Paramount+ using ‘grammatical sleight of hand,’ despite a $500 million licensing deal granting streaming rights of all new and historic episodes to HBO Max.
Previous animation division executive producer at the global animation and VFX studio will now lead studio’s international teams.
The Hudson Valley, New York-based creative agency, led by husband-wife duo Laney Coletti-Saracino and David Saracino, offers services blending artistic vision with technical expertise.
Studio brings on Pete Candeland along with the Annie Award-winning pair Victor Maldonado and Alfredo Torres, respectively, bolstering the animation division’s creative roster.
Kevin Afghani has assumed the role of the iconic Italian duo, Mario and Luigi, in the upcoming video game ‘Super Mario Bros. Wonder,’ after original actor Charles Martinet stepped away from the roles earlier this year.
22-year VFX veteran bolsters studio’s supervisory team; studio’s recent project deliveries include ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3,’ ‘Barbie,’ ‘The Little Mermaid’ and ‘Loki’ Season 2.
The five-time Oscar winner, BAFTA winner, and senior VFX supervisor of James Cameron’s groundbreaking sci-fi sequel Avatar: The Way of Water, will be honored at the upcoming VIEW Conference, which runs October 15-20 in Torino, Italy.
Ingenuity founder David Lebensfeld is appointed president to helm both studios providing visual effects for motion pictures and television.
The former CEO of Sergio Pablos Animation fills the role of retiring 20-year studio veteran Pam Marsden.
The VFX veteran gets the nod as her ongoing leadership has bolstered company’s growth in innovation and ground-breaking visual effects, including its hugely successful, critically acclaimed animated feature ‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.’
The famed Studio Ghibli co-founder and Oscar-winning director recently came out of retirement for one more film, ‘The Boy and the Heron,’ currently hitting theaters globally, but producer Toshio Suzuki claims the animation Midas won’t ever be done.
On the new spin-off of Cartoon Network’s Emmy, GLAAD and NAACP Image Award-nominated ‘Craig of the Creek,’ Craig’s little sister Jessica is always on a quest to get ‘big’ and take on the world, with her friends, even if she does suck her thumb… sometimes; show debuts on CN today, October 2, streaming October 7 on Max.
The Microsoft and Lucasfilm veteran will oversee company offerings, including its HoloSuite tools and new Mixed Reality Capture System.
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On the heels of recent brand and digital platform launches along with a transition to the NYSE, the company adds the entertainment, media and high-tech industry executive who has held positions at the NFL Hall of Fame, Live Nation Entertainment, Warner Bros. and Universal Studios.
The three-time Oscar nominee is adapting Caldecott Honor winner Peter Brown’s 2016 NY Times bestseller, with Jeff Hermann producing and Dean DeBlois, with whom he wrote and directed both ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ and ‘Lilo & Stitch,’ executive producing.
The multiple Oscar nominee, named Co-Chief Creative Officer alongside Chief Creative Officer Eric Darnell, will work on the studio’s ‘Momoguro’ franchise that includes games and a series in development, as well as shows in development with Disney+.
Kirsten Newlands joins the company as EVP Production & Partnerships; Koyalee Chanda as SVP Animation; and Jonathan Abraham as Director of Distribution.
Matthew A. Cherry’s new animated series, based on his Oscar-winning ‘Hair Love’ short, offers an honest, heartfelt, and comedic take on a millennial couple and their young daughter as they juggle careers, parenthood, social issues, and multi-generational dynamics while working to make a better life for themselves; show debuts September 21 on Max.