The program, developed in partnership with Media Cymru and the University of South Wales, is open to Wales-based creators and producers with 3+ years’ experience; the training runs January 8-12, 2024, deadline to apply is December 1, 2023.
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The annual initiative seeks to discover new talent and boost advanced animation production from a technical and narrative perspective; entries accepted from individuals and groups – the deadline is December 13.
22 years after the final episode of ‘Mister Rogers' Neighborhood’ aired, Fred Rogers Productions continues its mission to create quality kid’s content with a slate of award-winning series and its innovative, eight-week program for emerging BIPOC writers that focuses on how to build and sustain a career as a freelance writer in children's media.
Running November 13-15, the M&E-focused virtual event invites artists and creative professionals to learn about emerging technology, master cutting-edge techniques, and participate in live portfolio reviews – free!
With a wealth of guides, video courses, documentation, and code samples, the company is making a growing pool of resources available to help build tools and extensions on Omniverse Enterprise; GTC 2024 early bird pricing is now available.
Nine modular topics range from volume design to ACES color management and virtual production workflows; participants earn an online certificate.
Exclusively for candidates in Scotland, the 3-year fully funded fellowship is now accepting applications through November 17; in partnership with NYU, the Virtual Production Master Class begins on October 30, applications are open.
To be located in the historic Haras d’Annecy, the new Cité internationale du cinéma d’animation d’Annecy will promote animation to a wide audience, boasting a screening room, artist’s residence, training facilities, and exhibition space for temporary and permanent collections.
Available now for a limited time, the course helps animators with little-to-no Unreal Engine experience learn real-time animation skills; 15-class webinar kicks off today and runs through September 28.
The first free webinar in the new program, featuring animation veteran Wahid Ibn Reza, set for September 23; effort looks to provide guidance for students and professionals in animation and VFX.
Committed the studio’s 2025 hiring goal of 200 diverse animation professionals, foundation and Black Women Animate Studios team up to support development program targeting historically underrepresented and diverse talent.
The conference heads to the New Orleans Convention Center October 3-5, this year featuring over 150 sessions, hands-on training, and networking opportunities.
The conference, taking place March 18-21, 2024 in San Jose, California, seeks submissions for talks, posters, and training labs by September 8, 2023.
The title changes are key to ensuring that SVA keeps up with an evolving industry and will be effective this fall; the class of 2024 will be the first to graduate under the new program names.
Alongside celebrating commencement, the growing animation training program for neurodiverse adults announced festival screenings for ‘Willow’s Tale’ and new project slate for its affiliated animation studio Brainstorm Productions.
The 18th edition of Animest, the only Oscar qualifying event in Romania, will take place October 6-15.
Dive into the world of VFX with this creative contest using After Effects, Maya, and Nuke to incorporate CG creatures into live-action footage; 1st prize is an Insta360 X3 Camera; free to enter, the submission deadline is August 31, 2023.
Along with program partners 4Wall and ZeroSpace, the company aims to provide trainees with the tools and knowledge to create cinematic content on a large scale; the immersive learning experience is open to all skill levels.
‘Small Things Considered’ is this year’s theme for the three-month paid mentorship in all-inclusive, real-world animation filmmaking; the deadline for submission is July 10.
Sony Pictures Animation and Sony Pictures Imageworks’ ‘LENS’ program cohort took the stage today in front of a packed Petite Salle crowd for the world premiere of their new film, set within the ‘Spider-Verse’ world; program provides candidates from underrepresented groups an opportunity to produce their own film while gaining valuable leadership experience.
The career animator turned educator reflects on student life at VFS, the school’s investment in its animation studio and how students have changed over the last 10 years.
The Unreal Engine creator rolls out Chapter 1 of its step-by-step hands-on look at how to get started with virtual production visualization workflows.
Amazon will award $10,000 for the Best Overall Film and $5,000 for an Audience Award, plus lead a discussion panel on the future of LGBTQIA+ storytelling; the selected films will premiere at the October 2023 festival.
Funding valued up to $158k will support students training at Vancouver Film School programs in film, animation, and design; the submission deadline is May 31.