Visual effects supervisor James Hattin and producer Nate Smalley led company’s global remote team in creating photorealistic effects for HBO Max’s inner-city coming to age drama.
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Universal Everything’s VR crowd game offers a unique immersive experience allowing exploration of the individual and the collective.
Free 10-day digital festival, featuring 100 films, including DreamWorks shorts and Annecy animation selections, begins May 29 on YouTube.
Park City, Utah welcomes back Slamdance for a showcase of raw and innovative filmmaking.
The definitive event for independent filmmaking invites you to support and discover the very best work from around the world.
Story about three Renees who go on a quest to find God tops 14 other films for the juried animation award.
Animated short films from 10 countries including Estonia, Germany, Mexico, Poland and Spain selected to compete at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival running January 24 through February 3.
Produced by Open the Portal and studio ZAZAC, four-minute stop-motion short sequel to the filmmaker’s ‘Deer Flower’ first premiered at Sundance.
Global toy and play company branching into theatrical feature film production based on their big brand franchises.
A sequel to the filmmaker’s ‘Deer Flower,’ the film is the first original in-house production from L.A.-based stop-motion studio Open The Portal.
Project based on the book by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean aims to make the audience a part of the storytelling experience.
Diane Obomsawin’s I Like Girls, Chintis Lundgren’s Manivald and Eva Cvijanović’s Hedgehog’s Home to be featured in the shorts program.
Reinvention of the National Film Board of Canada’s award-winning documentary has been showcased at IDFA DocLab and the New Frontiers VR Bar at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Emmy-nominated actor and director helps VR storytelling go mainstream as the voice of “Cheez” in Baobab Studios’ newest animated virtual reality experience.
Official New Frontier selection from ‘Antz’ and ‘Madagascar’ director Eric Darnell is the follow-up to this year’s ‘INVASION!’
2017 edition of New Frontier showcase to include 20 VR experiences and 11 installations across three Park City venues.
In select U.S. theaters now, ‘Snowtime!’ is directed by Jean-François Pouliot and co-director François Brisson, and had its premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
More than 35 of Sundance’s hit films were created using BlackMagic Design technology, including Spike Lee’s ‘Michael Jackson’s Journey from Motown to Off the Wall,’ Kevin Smith’s ‘Yoga Hosers,’ indie superhero movie ‘Sleight,’ and Todd Solondz’s ‘Wiener-Dog.’
Five-minute VR film experience created by developers Jack Caron, Todd Bryant, Omer Shapira and Uros Otasevic and shot in 6K is rendered using the Unreal Engine 4 game engine accelerated by NVIDIA Quadro M6000 GPUs.
CarpeDiem feature is directed by Jean-François Pouliot and co-director François Brisson and produced by Marie-Claude Beauchamp; Ross Lynch, Sandra Oh, Angela Galuppo, Lucinda Davis, Sonja Ball, Don Shepherd, Jenna Wheeler, Heidi Lynne Weeks, Elisabeth MacRae and Holly Gauthier lead all-star voice cast.
Twelve animated shorts are selected to screen in competition, including ‘Bob Dylan Hates Me,’ ‘A Coat Made Dark,’ ‘Deer Flower,’ ‘Edmond,’ ‘Glove,’ ‘The Grandfather Drum,’ ‘The Itching,’ ‘Life Smartphone,’ ‘Limbo Limbo Travel,’ ‘Pombo Loves You,’ Shiny’ and ‘Waves '98.’
An interactive experience “for human beings between 5 and 105 years old,” ‘Way to Go’ is the follow-up to Morisset’s 2014 SXSW winner ‘BLA BLA.’
‘Storm Hits Jacket’ from French director and screenwriter Paul Cabon receives the Short Film Jury Award for Animation.