Heading into its 20th year, Women in Animation relaunches under new executive leadership of Mattel’s Margaret Dean and Technicolor’s Kristy Scanlan.
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Technicolor-owned visual effects company MPC announces plans to open a new studio in Montréal, Quebec in fall 2013.
Technicolor announces a partnership with ABC Television Australia and A Stark Production to develop the graphic novel series, The Deep, as a CGI animated children’s series.
Autodesk signs an enterprise technology agreement with Technicolor, which includes flexible global access to Autodesk’s entire technology portfolio, at NAB 2013.
Technicolor wraps production on Mattel’s latest Barbie DVD/Blu-ray feature, “Barbie in The Pink Shoes,” which marks the first Barbie feature released on Blu-ray disc.
CGI adventure series to mirror broad appeal of Tom Taylor and James Brouwer’s worldwide hit property, “The Deep.”
Technicolor announces that it has established a new high-end game art and animation team dedicated to working with Rockstar Games.
Technicolor enteres into an agreement with Canada’s Mercury Filmworks to co-develop and co-produce the animated children’s television series, “Atomic Puppet.”
Technicolor (Euronext Paris: TCH) today announces the addition of three key staff to strengthen its animated content development and production team.
Technicolor (Euronext Paris 18453; NYSE: TCH), in line with its corporate rebranding efforts, and as a follow-up to its recent purchase of 100% ownership of Paprikaas, announced today that it has rebranded its Paprikaas animation studio to Technicolor India.
Paramount Home Entertainment is recalling the Sapphire Series Blu-ray edition of /Saving Private Ryan /(with vfx by ILM, supervised by Stefen Fangmeier) recently released in North America, the UK and the Benelux countries due to an audio synch error that occurred during Technicolor's authoring process.
The president of Technicolor Digital discusses their first animated series, Pete & Pickles, and going global.
Addressing the demand for children's animated content, and the rapid growth and success of its Bangalore, India-based animation studio, Technicolor today announced the formation of a new team to develop and produce animated broadcast content.
Technicolor (Euronext Paris 18453; NYSE: TCH) today announced that Nickelodeon, part of MTV Networks, a division of Viacom Inc. (NYSE: KDE), has awarded Technicolor's Bangalore-based animation studio, Paprikaas, the Kung Fu Panda TV series, which will be produced as an animated series for the worldwide broadcast market, initially comprising 26 episodes.
Technicolor has confirmed that it has bought out the minority shareholders of Paprikaas and now owns the Bangalore-based animation studio entirely.
We've been negotiating for a while with MPC to cover its new Santa Monica-based boutique, and finally you can read Ellen Wolff's informative report.
Thomson has appointed Tim Sarnoff as president of its Technicolor Digital Productions division. This new division, within the Technicolor Business Group, will focus on the company's expertise in animation, games and visual effects. Its mission will be to develop Technicolor's animation operations in Bangalore and VFX operations in Beijing, as well as under the MPC brand in London, Los Angeles and Vancouver, into centers of excellence and growth.
Thomsons Technicolor will be opening its first studio-based digital intermediate (DI) facility, built at Sony Studios in Culver City, California.
Christie Digital Systems now has a competitor, as Thomsons Services division has reached digital cinema usage agreements with DreamWorks, Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, and Warner Bros. to accelerate the deployment of digital cinema systems in North America. In addition, the company is in late stage negotiations with Twentieth Century Fox, New Line Cinema, and The Weinstein Co., and expects these studios to be part of the initial deployment.
As part of its "Toons Gone Wild!" series, the Two Boots Pioneer Theatre will be screening vintage "golden age" cartoons that are rarely shown anywhere. Many have not been shown on TV since the 1950s and are unlikely to be ever be available on DVD. A special ToonTalk will follow immediately after each screening. At 6:00 pm, "I.B. Damned!: What Glorious Technicolor" will screen Technicolor cartoons made in the no-longer-used "I.B.Tech" (imbibition) dye transfer process. Tickets are $9.00 and $6.50 members.
ASIFA-Hollywood is presenting a screening of Hollywood Cartoons in Technicolor, hosted by animation historian Jerry Beck. The show will feature rare 16 mm prints of classic cartoons, one from each Hollywood cartoon studio during the golden age of animation. Each cartoon is complete, uncut in vivid 3-strip IB Technicolor. You cannot see this on TV, video or anywhere else! The event will begin at 7:30 pm. The entry fee will be US$2 for members and $5 for non-members. Seating is limited.