The CalArts alum and well-respected animation veteran spent almost 40 years as a writer, story artist, and designer on some of the industry's most successful shows.
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Summit will focus on the pandemic, the recently reinvigorated global call for social justice, and their tremendous effects on the animation industry.
Tech giant’s Media & Entertainment software powers the studios behind Academy Award, BAFTA, Annie, VES and Golden Globe-nominated films.
Sony Pictures Animation has just teased the un-named sequel to their 2018 Oscar-winning animated hit with a single image and 10 second clip!
Take a peek as the feathered tykes are launched into outer space, and channel their inner Cowpoke; the sequel to Rovio’s 2016 animated hit, ‘The Angry Birds,’ is available now on Digital, and November 12 on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD.
For first-time VFX supervisor Stirling Duguid, animating water, lava, pig snot and millions of feathers was only part of the fun producing the sequel to Rovio’s 2016 animated hit, ‘The Angry Birds.’
Condensed version of WIA’s annual Summit to feature keynote by Dr. Stacy L. Smith, who will present landmark USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study.
VFX powerhouse DNEG has shared 106 images with AWN, showing in extensive detail some of the concept art and VFX imagery their team, led by VFX supervisor Alessandro Ongaro, produced for Sony Pictures Imageworks on the latest 'MiB' franchise hit, 'Men in Black: International.'
VFX supervisor Jerome Chen discusses staying true to the ‘MiB’ franchise look, and meeting audience expectations, while producing 2,000 visual effects shots in only six-months.
New heads of 2D and 3D animation bring their extensive experience to lead kids and family division production teams.
High-profile creative hires Emile Ghorayeb, Keith Roberts and Spencer Cook join Gilman to bolster studio’s global expansion plans.
Two Genndy Tartakovsky films, including ‘Fixed,’ the studio’s first R-Rated film, plus a new ‘Boondocks’ TV series and anthology based on Anthony Bourdain graphic novel, among new projects just announced.
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‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ director and PUBG CEO are the first announced presenters at upcoming October 21-25 digital media conference in Turin, Italy.
Using customized Nuke tools, Sony Pictures Imageworks created the film’s signature graphic look almost entirely in comp.
It took the combined efforts of directors Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey and Rodney Rothman to channel Phil Lord’s ground-breaking animated comic book vision into a film that captures audiences’ hearts and imaginations.
Cassidy Curtis, technical art lead at Google Spotlight Stories and one of the creative minds behind Oscar-shortlisted animated short film ‘Age of Sail,’ explains why the stylized look of Sony’s awards juggernaut, ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,’ should be a rallying cry for the animation industry.
The veteran producer shares insights on trusting her team of artists, producers and Phil Lord’s original vision in Sony Pictures Animation’s new hit animated adventure about an alternative, and highly stylized Spider-Man universe.
Racking up award nominations, Sony’s ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ lands the largest three-day animated opening of all-time in the month of December with a $35.4 million domestic bow.
Visual effects supervisor Karl Herbst gives a behind-the-scenes peek into the tools and techniques used to bring the winter wonderland of ‘Smallfoot’ to the big screen.
Sony Pictures Animation head of character animation Josh Beveridge helps bring comic books to the big screen with a hand-crafted illustrative visual style that breaks all the rules of traditional CG.
Sequel will be directed by Joaquim Dos Santos of ‘Voltron’ fame; Lauren Montgomery in negotiations to direct untitled project assembling all the female heroes from the Spider-Man universe in one adventure.
SPI to serve as lead animation vendor for Netflix’s animated musical feature film directed by legendary animator and Academy Award-winning filmmaker Glen Keane.
Without the studio’s creative review system, itView, plus a team of 400 artists and Warner Bros.’ decision-making trust, the animated musical comedy might “yeti” still be in production.