All-new CG animated series hits the air waves in Indonesia, Hong Kong, and Russia; RTV picks up Season 4 of the popular ‘Gogobus.’
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Jonas Rasmussen’s intimate and powerful 2D film tells the untold story of his long-time friend Amin’s life as a gay child growing up in Kabul before his escape via Russia to Denmark.
Riki Group’s popular Russian animated series and its spinoff will be available internationally on the Vietnam-based multimedia company’s YouTube channels in English and German.
Preschool series, co-produced by Pukeko Pictures and Hengxin Shambala Kids, encourages kids to learn through play.
Popular kid’s series being released simultaneously in English, Russian and Chinese, to reach a growing global audience.
Fantawild Animation’s ‘Blast into the Past’ and ‘Fantastica’ will debut September 19 on 1,000 screens in total.
First animated film project for both director and Russian VFX house CGF Studio centers around a young girl and her fearless companion…a sparrow.
Seasons 1 and 2 of CG-animated global hit continues to reach new territories, with a slew of broadcast deals for Season 3 still to be announced.
Spain’s leading Clan TV will broadcast hit 3D family animated television series ‘Masha and the Bear’ from Moscow-based Animaccord.
The only animated video included in the top 10 most viewed videos of all time, ‘Masha and the Bear’ episode ‘Recipe for Disaster’ receives more than 2 billion views on YouTube to become the #5 most watched video on YouTube.
First nine episodes of season 3 of the global hit from Russia’s Animaccord Animation Studio have already been released in cinemas across Europe and Latin America.
Popular Russian series ‘Kikoriki New Adventures’ and ‘Pin-Code’ head to Italy, Latvia, North Africa and the Middle East.
On September 11, 2016 the world lost a renowned animator with the passing of Russian director Eduard Vasilevich Nazarov in Moscow at the age of 75.
Standout shorts range from surreal, hand-drawn interpretations of a bicycle race to painstakingly crafted 3D animation showcasing a formidable range of CG expertise and artistry.
Twelve charming, family-friendly films join four provocative shorts exclusively for mature audiences in the 18th annual Animation of Show of Shows; theatrical run in cities across the U.S. now underway.
Program highlights include the Canadian premiere of Russia’s ‘Quackerz,’ Igor Kovalyov’s ‘Before Love,’ and a female director short film showcase with 11 countries represented.
Russian animated feature, ‘Kikoriki: Legend of the Golden Dragon,’ selected to screen out of competition in the International Panorama category at the 19th Shanghai International Film Festival.
Boston and Santa Monica-based boutique VFX house delivers a plethora of CG effects for the action-packed chase sequence for ‘Hardcore Henry,’ the action-thriller from Russian director Ilya Naishuller.
Rainbow property to start screening across Russia beginning in February thanks to a new deal with Karusel.
‘Masha’s Scary Tales,’ the follow-up to global preschool series ‘Masha and the Bear,’ is produced by Russian animation studio Animaccord with 13 episodes set to launch in 2016.
Stop motion short film inspired by the works of Stephen and Timothy Quay and Jan Švankmajer employs puppets and sets made from found objects.