Seoul-born, Los Angeles-based independent stop-motion filmmaker employs Styrofoam and cinematic lighting to create a moving and intimate tribute to his mother.
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Annual computer graphics conference and exhibition, originally scheduled November 17-20 in Daegu, South Korea, moves online due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Popular kids’ animated edutainment STEM series is being shown in over 90 territories, garnering over 15 billion views on VOD platforms.
Deadline is only one week away; conference wants your research papers that introduce new and innovative ideas in a wide range of computer graphics fields.
Entries now being accepted in multiple categories, including shorts, visualizations, VFX sequences, game cinematics, and real-time pieces; deadline to enter is July 31, 2020.
Seventh annual event will showcase 24 new animated projects from Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, Thailand, China and beyond.
Deluxe-owned visual effects studio delivers eight-foot-tall 12,000 pound CG pig for director Bong Joon Ho’s new feature film for Netflix.
CITIA, Image et industries créatives, the SBA Animation Center and SK Broadband sign a partnership agreement to create a new animation festival in South Korea’s Digital Media in Seoul in September 2019.
Stop-motion animated short film produced by Studio Zazac and Nonetheless Productions utilizes 3D printing, textured 2D printouts, hand-drawn animation and 35mm film.
Animated prequel to the live-action box office record-breaker ‘Train To Busan’ directed by Yeon Sang-ho is a fresh and terrifying take on the modern zombie film.
Cinema Republic acquires theatrical, TV, and home video rights to ‘Maya the Bee’ films and ‘Princess Emmy – The Movie’ for the South Korean market.
Theatrical launch for Russian adventure comedy ‘Kikoriki. Legend of the Golden Dragon’ coincides with the Korean national holiday Seollal.
DHX Media signs 10 broadcast deals with networks around the globe for South Korean CG-animated preschool series from CJ E&M.
Short film from the award-winning South Korean filmmaker has won two Oscar-qualifying awards to date from the Melbourne International Film Festival and the Aspen Shortfest.
Entertainment One’s preschool sensation ‘Peppa Pig’ launching on South Korea’s CJ Tooniverse in October.
Animated films screening at Fantasia 2016 include ‘Bad Cat’ (Turkey), ‘Battledream Chronicle’ (Martinique), ‘Harmony’ (Japan), ‘Nova Seed’ (Canadian), ‘Psychonauts, The Forgotten Children’ (Spain) and ‘Seoul Station’ (South Korea), as well as the 4K restoration of the classic ‘Momotaro, Sacred Sailors.’
2D animated feature produced by South Korean studio behind ‘The Legend of Korra’ is set to be released in China on July 8.
Showcasing some of the highest quality creature animation in the Asian film market, Park Hoon-jung’s ‘The Tiger: An Old Hunter’s Tale’ received an Asian Film Awards nomination for best visual effects.
Jury Prize is awarded to South Korea’s ‘Afternoon Class’; award for Best Student Project goes to Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg short ‘Natural Attraction.’